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I am so glad my son has good friends


I am so glad my son has good friends.They have been good to him.He has his long time friends since he was a kid.Plus he has his good friends in the crossdressing community when he is dressed as his female persona Laura.They came into his life 3 years ago and learned he has a couple of them that have Asperger's too.His long time friends,they are cool about his crossdressing and enjoy being around his female persona Laura.My husband is glad of this too

Gerald Wilgus

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Having accepting friends is so important in life. He is fortunate. I gather that you must live somewhere that does not promote bigotry against people who cross dress. It is hard enough being autistic without additional cruelty.
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