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Just my two cents… no, this would not damage your kids. If anything, it will teach them understanding and acceptance of people who are different from them. I do think you should make sure that your wife and you are on the same page with this decision. If you fear being outed, yeah, I’ll bet the youngest is likely to blurt it out to friends. Maybe there is a sweet spot with age to tell them? As far as the older child, teens probably already know friends either in person or online, who are all over the LGBTQ+ spectrum. It may be less of a big deal than you think. Granted I don’t know your kids, community, etc. I believe I have shared this story before. But when I told one of my teens, I was so worried and had to build up my courage to do it for a long time. When that talk came, I just tried to explain that I felt like there was a feminine side to me too, and I sometimes like to express that part of me too. Their response was, “Oh, so you’re non-binary. Ok.” No big deal, instant total acceptance. We actually went out and did some shopping yesterday, with me dressed. Kids are pretty open minded and accepting, and in many cases, already far more cultured in these things than we think. 🙂


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