• Newark, United States
  • 2 years ago

I am a Boy !

Some people think my son Hunter is a girl it’s getting so bad that he has been stop 2 times in a public bathroom to go to the girls room my son who has receptive and expression speech delay ( autism spectrum) so it’s hard for him to express himself to communicate he’s a boy he leave the rest room and get me ( I wait for him by the door ) I try to take him in the bathroom with me ( women’s bathroom) but he refuses but it is difficult. I tell him whoever is in the bathroom if they say something to him to tell them I’m a boy !!! Does anyone else have suggestions? My son is in the pic ❤️
  • F
  • Portland, United States
  • 5 months ago

If this continues I would start asking the employees to use a private bathroom so your child doesn’t get embarrassed. And if they refuse ask to speak to manager

  • S
  • LA, US
  • 6 months ago

he’s so handsome! his eyes and eyelashes are phenomenally gorgeous!! 😍😍

  • Newark, United States
  • 6 months ago

Thank you hun 🥰

  • M
  • Bakersfield, United States
  • 8 months ago

I’m sorry . He’s so handsome ❤️

  • Newark, United States
  • 8 months ago

Thank you Miya

  • L
  • NY, US
  • 8 months ago

He’s perfect! My advice to you is stay consistent. “I am a boy” is a perfect, straight forward statement. Confidence is key and being assertive is not wrong. Remind him to keep his chin up and instill more confidence in him. Tell him he is smart, and handsome. My dms are always open

  • Newark, United States
  • 8 months ago

Awee thanks Linda ❤️❤️

  • V
  • Harker Heights, United States
  • 9 months ago

He’s BEAUTIFUL ! My sons only one and to me and my family he undoubtedly looks like a boy. But, he is FREQUENTLY... almost constantly referred to as she or my daughter. I haven’t found a solution yet other than to walk away because I just don’t think people even put in the effort and I just don’t have the time or patience.

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