Proud Mother

Marsha Aizumi, proud mother of a trans son who is writing a memoir”Two Spirits, One Heart,” speaks out.

Posted by on April 28th, 2011 at 08:00 am

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5 Responses to “Proud Mother”

  1. Konstant

    Thank you Mrs. Aizumi. You are a beautiful human being.


    Anon replied:

    I agree. Your son is lucky to have such an awesome and supportive mom.


  2. XylophoneGender

    Anyone interested can read her first chapter here:


  3. Jessica

    Your son has a worthy mother. It is the fact of people like you that convinces me that, even now, this desperate nation has a future.


  4. Hayley

    I’ve never commented on the site, I just like clicking through sometimes. I wanted to comment on this because it is just incredibly well-spoken. It’s important to have LGBT representation by a diverse group of people–particularly age. Sometimes I feel like the LGBT movement is headed entirely by young white student-types (of which I am one!) which makes it seem like a trend or something. It’s so great to see such a well-spoken, adult, nonwhite ally speaking up for her son. We need more compassionate people like Mrs. Aizumi in the LGBT movement, on every issue, in every country.


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