So, I kind of just came out to my son today. (he's a 10-year-old with Aspergers) He’s so awesome. I know he doesn’t REALLY get it yet, and the reality of it will be a lot different than talking about it, but I feel like he has a good foundation. I started by asking if he’s even heard of what gay/lesbian/trans is. He’d only heard “gay” and I asked if he knew what it meant and he said it’s “sexy boys” (lol). So, I explained what being gay, lesbian, and trans meant. Then I asked what he felt about those things (without using any prompting one way or the other, which was hard because I naturally wanted to help him along). He just said he wasn’t sure, even though he did kind of act like wanting to date someone of the same gender was a little gross even though I’ve told him before today that it’s not gross or weird. (Thanks so much, society). But when I explained trans he actually started engaging more and before I really said much he was like “Yeah, I’m a girl.” This isn’t the first time he’s said or hinted at stuff like that, but he always seems to be joking or kind of confusing societal gender roles that he doesn’t conform to into meaning he’s a girl. It’s really hard to tell if that’s really what he’s feeling or if he’s just a boy with feminine traits and likes sometimes, because he has a lot of typical "boy" in him too. Or, he could just be fluid... which seems more likely to me at this point. He DID say he wishes he could wear a dress but doesn’t want to get made fun of. So it's possible I might have a transgender or gender fluid kid. Is it common at all for that to happen? Two trans people in the same immediate family?