Actress, Megan Fox has revealed she purchased books written by transgender youngsters for her son Noah – after he began displaying a desire to put on dresses.
The actress, who’s engaged to rapper, Machine Gun Kelly, claimed she encourages her offspring to express himself by clothes ‘however they need’ while assuring it has nothing to do with their sexuality.
She shares Noah, 9, Bodhi, eight, and Journey, 5, along with her ex-husband Brian Austin Green, who she was married to between 2010 and 2021.
Gracing the quilt of Glamour UK’s April Issue, Fox, 35, mentioned;
‘I purchased a bunch of books that sort of addressed this stuff and addressed a full spectrum of what that is.
‘A number of the books are written by transgender youngsters. A number of the books are nearly how you can be a boy and put on a dress; you possibly can express your self by your clothes however you want.
‘And that does not even need to have something to do with your sexuality. So from the time they were very young, I’ve included these issues into their daily lives in order that no person seems like they’re bizarre or unusual or completely different.’
‘I do have a baby that suffers. So I’ve lots of worries about that, as a result of I simply wish that humanity was not like this.
‘Though my child is so brave and my baby is so brave and I do know that they’ve chosen this journey for a motive. It is simply hard as a mother.’
She has beforehand revealed Noah is usually taunted by his mates at college for wearing attire, although she added that he ‘does not mind’ their teasing.
Whereas chatting on The View in 2019, Megan mentioned;
‘He designs, he draws outfits. He is very proficient, however he is still six,’ she mentioned.
‘He is actually into style. He is the one, like sometimes, he’ll costume himself and he likes to put on attire, generally.
‘And I send him to a really liberal, like hippy school,’ she continued. ‘However even there, right here in California, he still has little boys going like, ‘Boys do not wear attire,’ or ‘Boys do not put on pink.”
Regardless of the taunts from different boys, Megan has been instructing her son to comply with his personal course in life.
‘We’re going by that now, the place I am trying to show him to be confident it doesn’t matter what anybody else says.’
‘He came home and I used to be like, ‘How was it? Did any of the buddies at school have something to say?’ And he was like, ‘Well, all the boys laughed once I came in,’ however he is like, ‘I do not care, I like attire too much.”
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