My Mom Took Care Of Me After Top Surgery




My mom has struggled to accept my trans identity, but I know she’ll always love me. As/Is Boldly has changed its name to As/Is–don’t worry, it’s the same content …

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My Mom Took Care Of Me After Top Surgery

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  1. I think that you should be a bit easy on your mom and dad on how they describe you, they literally made you. This can be stressful for both sides and I think you should accept your parents saying your original name but you are anew and those people who first discover you, you should let them know what your current name is instead of confusing both names/genders.

  2. This was amazing to watch and I felt a personal connection with you because of your given name and mine being Lauren B, I am cis so I cant relate to your struggles but this video was beautiful and I think really important to the trans and non-binary communities

  3. Romans 1
    26 Because of this, God gave them over to shameful lusts. Even their women exchanged natural sexual relations for unnatural ones. 27 In the same way the men also abandoned natural relations with women and were inflamed with lust for one another. Men committed shameful acts with other men, and received in themselves the due penalty for their error.

  4. As a mom of 2 I don't care if my kids end up being gay or trans or whatever, as long as they're happy. I kind of get the mom's thought process of "if you don't identify as either gender then why do you need to transition through surgery", but if it made them happy then I'd go along with it.

  5. I'm in tears as I finish watching this. I'm trans nonbinary too, and saving up for top surgery. Thank you so much, Branson, for sharing your story with us. And thank you Branson's mom for sharing your story as well and loving your child through their transition. It is so, so important to have support and love through physical transition. I hope more people can see this video and know that you don't have to completely understand gender identity and expression to love someone. ♥️

  6. i'm trans and in an unsupportive home. watching this video kind of made me hopeful for a future where i might be able to have a relationship like this with my mom. thank you, branson, for sharing your story with us.

  7. THIS IS THE KIND OF STUFF I WANT TO SEE ON THE NEWS I DONT CARE WJOS BLOWING UP WHO GIVE ME GOOD STORIES ABOUT ACCEPTNCE AND LOVE FOR TRANS/QUEER/LGBT KIDS PLEASE AND THANK YOU

  8. if and when i'm ever able to get my top surgery i hope my mum is this supportive and loving. i have been on t for almost six months and even tho she hasn't actually called me by my chosen name/male pronouns, she has stopped using my birth name/female pronouns, and actually wrote my christmas card using my chosen name. i know surgery freaks her out, and she still doesn't understand being transgender, but she's getting there little by little and two years ago when she called me a freak when i came out to her, i never thought we'd be here. she's truly the most important person in the world to me, and i often still feel guilty for taking away her daughter.. still dealing with that. i can tell she struggles with me passing in public when we're together, but she sometimes watches me shave now and doesn't flinch when i mention mens toilets or 'male' experiences i've had at work. not sure where i was going with this comment, this video just really touched me and i think it will do the same for a lot of other people

  9. My grandma Also still calls my mom by the wrong name, and she didnt even really change it but wanted everyone to call her by her second name and not the first due to bad experienced with others with her name.. everyone calls her J but still my grandparents and her sister most of the time call her E..

  10. What is non Binary? Will genitlia be operated too? As a mom I can understand your mom. She may feel she is loosing a daughter but hope she can gain from the person you have become and be proud you are strong to go for your needs. She is being very loving to put aside what her instinct feels to be there for the new you.

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