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Zach Avery: five year old chose to be a girl

by | 21st, February 2012

ZACH Avery is the five-year-old boy who lives like a girl. Says his mum Theresa in the Sun :

“Other kids haven’t batted an eyelid. There’s been no problems.”

What about their mums and dads?

The mum-of-four said: “He just turned round to me one day and said: ‘Mummy… I’m a girl’.”

Zach has Gender Identity Disorder. Says mum:

“At first I just left it at that. But then it got serious and he would become upset if anyone referred to him as a boy. He used to cry and try to cut off his willy out of frustration.”

But now everything is fine because Zach is wearing a dress:

He has now been living happily as a girl for more than a year. At home Zach wears pink dresses and ribbons in his long, blond hair and even has a purple tutu. And at school, Purfleet Primary in Essex, he is totally accepted by the other kids.

Says mum:

“We explained to the other kids at the school that Zach’s body was that of a boy but in his brain he was a girl. The other kids haven’t batted an eyelid, they’ve accepted Zach as Zach and there have been no problems with bullying. The school has been brilliant and really supportive. They have changed the toilets and they address him as a girl, which is what he wants.

“When he gets a bit older, there will be more difficulties surrounding the bathroom issue, but we’ll cross that bridge when we come to it — it may be that Zach will use the staff toilets.”

So. Having being diagnosed with GID, mum then tells the Sun :

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