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    Serious Trans kid

    I donít know where to post this, I thought the coming out forum would be the most apropriate.
    As you may already know, Iím a musician. This year Iím teaching a class of 7 year old beginners. Just yesterday the school principal told me one of the boys is a transsexual (the principal and the kidís mother had a meeting the day before). She -the mother- explained that the boy has been on therapy for months and now itís time for ęhimĽ to become ęherĽ and change her name, identity, documents and everything. This week theyíve done it at the primary school. We must do the same at music school. Luckily for me the principal is going to tell the other children and lead this crucial moment (I donít feel I could manage that by myself).

    Iím still processing my feelings on that. First of all I feel love and compassion for him/her. I imagine what she can feel and the suffering sheís gone through. I feel a strong respect and admire her determination. I fear making a mistake and maybe calling her by her old boy name some time (that would be a disaster!). I feel a need to talk to her and tell her all this, and tell her she's the funniest girl in the class no matter what. Also, Iím a bit concerned about the other kids reaction.

    Iím making a deliberate effort to think of her as E. (instead of think of him as B.) and in my head Iím projecting future situations where I naturally call her E. I hope this will help me make the change.

    Honestly, this looks like a Tv drama to me. Itís something I could never expect in real life. Just needed to tell. If you have any advice please share. I just want to do what's best for her.

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    Re: Trans kid

    Kudos to you for supporting her! I can’t imagine what she’s going through either, and I shudder to think how vicious kids can be at that age.

    Have you ever seen Jamie Raines’s YouTube videos? (His channel is under the name of Jammidodger.) His story is a little different from what you’re describing: he came out in high school and is now in his mid-twenties, FTM. He does a great job of explaining trans issues and doing it in a funny nonjudgmental way.

    I don’t have any experience with trans kids (and 7 does strike me as very young) but I do have experience with friends coming out. I’ve had at least three friends come out to me over the years. The feelings you’re describing, esp. wanting to be careful about names and pronouns, are totally normal. And I’ll be honest: I’ve slipped up more than once, especially in the beginning when they first announced their transition. But over time, you get the hang of it. Eventually their new names & pronouns get to be second nature, especially once they get more comfortable in their own skin.

    The main thing is that you treat them with dignity and respect. After all, that’s what they’re really after: they want to live their lives based on how they feel on the inside, and they want to be treated accordingly. That’s really all you can do. That, and give them an ear and/or shoulder to cry on if needed....

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