Trans woman shares what her mom posted about her. It’s heart-warming
A post by a transgender woman about what her mother posted has turned into a source of happiness for many. The mother’s heart-warming words have also left many emotional. There is a chance that her note will make your heart melt into a puddle too.
Twitter user who goes by the name Ginefilia posted a screenshot of what her mother posted on Instagram. She also shared an image of herself.
“I have a transgender daughter. She is the love of my life, we share a soul, losing her would destroy my heart forever. I would not be able to go on with life without her. She doesn’t even realize how much she means to me. I fight the urge to call her every day to ask her if she is okay & offering to whoop anyones behind that made my baby sad. I admire her courage & count myself lucky that my heart understands and accepts her. I love her unconditionally. I support her & the rest of us. And wish all of us a beautiful life. I’m proud of your pride,” reads the share the mom posted.
Take a look at the post the daughter shared:
Since being shared a few days ago, the post has accumulated nearly 5.2 lakh likes and the numbers are only increasing. The share has also prompted people to post various comments. Many wrote how much they love the mom’s appreciation post for her daughter.
“Oh y'all wanted a twist, eh??” wrote the Twitter user and also shared an image that shows her image side by side with one of her mother’s from her younger days.
“Bruh, why am I crying ? I don’t even know y’all,” posted a Twitter user. “As a mom of a transgender kiddo - I feel the exact same way. I can’t imagine feeling any other way toward my kids. That’s just what parenthood is in my mind. That’s how it’s supposed to be. I’m so glad you’ve got a good one in your corner,” shared another. “Your mom deserves this. Also like at least 100000 hugs from the hugs dispenser. Point is. Your mom is wonderful and I hope she knows that. More parents should be like her,” expressed a third.
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