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My Trans Son: One Mom’s Journey

From “my little girl” to “my handsome young man”

a giggling girl and her sporty laughing mom in the bleachers
My son and I when he was 12. © Teresa Wymore

My son shares some of his journey in this story, but this post is mostly about my journey as his mom: the concerns I had, why I had them, and how he helped me move beyond them. Most of my objections came from my own experience. That’s where being a parent…




Amplifying LGBTQ voices through the art of storytelling

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Teresa Wymore

Teresa Wymore

Power, sex & damage in many genres. Not your average queer polyamorous mom. See my lists. | she/her

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