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    4 year old grandson wants to be a Girl
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    An_264264 posted:
    My grandson wants to be a girl, he cries and says he doesn't want to be a boy. He wears t-shirts on his head and big shirts to pretend he has a dress on, his Dad isn't in the picture, but he has my husband and Uncles and boy Cousins who are around him all the time, he is more girly than his girl cousins, he loves all things girly, he is so sensitive, he cries when his cousins tell him he's not a girl. The most stressfull part of all this is that his Mom gets so mad about her son wanting to be a girl and she's a Lesbian! She says its not normal! please help someone!
     
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    cos16 responded:
    See a behaviorist.
    a friend of mine "guy" said he noticed since he was a kid that he liked boys and not girls.

    Nothing wrong with that.


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