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Surname 1 Name of student Professor Course Date For the most part, responding to a decision of a friend to transition is the same as responding to any other decision, but with some twists. From my perspective, I will not judge him or her. I will give non-judgmental opinions to this person since it is ok to weigh in on difficult issues but it is not good to blame his or her problems of life on such transition. I will call that individual on it just like I could have done before but keep in mind that the act of transitioning is wrong. I would not allow the transitioning to make our relationship go sour because it will be my fault. This might sound a bit conceited to many people, but from my view, it is a simple truth. If you liked someone before transitioning then you stop loving him or her after transitioning, then you never really cared for that person in the first place.
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  • Fall '16
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  • person, Yes-no question, Transwoman, Transitioning, real life experience

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