reply to post by Selahobed
I think this is kinda like the time my oldest son told me he is gay? Of course that was some years ago and now who knows what he is??
The thoughts that were running around my head when he told me was, ok and why are you telling me this?? My kids are my kids nothing is going to change
Same goes with your sibling. Sure people are going to stare at you when your in public if it is that obvious. Heck you might get into fights with
others, might even get hurt?
Gosh there was a book back in the ......70's? Called "My Brothers Keeper". Now I really cant recall what it was about per say, but the title of it
comes to mind now and again. I am not my brothers keeper. My brother could wear a dress and get boobs, why should I care?? Ya he might embarrassed me
if he did such a thing (omg his wife and kids would be devastated?), but that is really my problem, right?
The cause of your distress is your brothers choices he has made for himself. It does effect you on a family scale. Though really aren't you talking
about yourself? You love your brother and feel you need to stick up for him. BUT cant he do that himself?? Maybe he does not need you to stick up for
him? Maybe he is a strong willed individual who needs no one but himself?
Let it ride its course as I did with my son. You still love him. You still care for him. Boy , girl, who cares what he looks like, all topical. Who
cares who he has sex with, your not there. Only thing that should matter here is your brother is happy.
Isn't happiness, contentment what we are all striving for? Good luck with your emotions k.
BTW if we want to get scientific about this issue - everyone has male and female hormones. The human body is more alike then people want to admit.
Black, white, purple, green, boy, girl who really cares..... The soul of a person is neither boy, girl, black, white. In the big picture it just