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Ask a Homo: How Do I Explain to My Friends That My Dad Is Now a Woman?

Welcome back to Ask a Homo, a judgment-free zone where the queers of Outward answer questions about LGBTQ politics, culture, etiquette, language, and other conundrums. Today, our correspondent wonders how to explain to his friends that the parent he grew up calling Dad has now transitioned.

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Can I Call Myself a “Fag Hag”?
Would Gay Friends Who’ve Been Rejected by Their Families Want to Hang Out With My Mom?

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Is the Guy Who Keeps Touching Me on the Butt Gay?
How Do Transgender People Fit Into LGBTQ?
What to Do When You Unintentionally Misgender a Trans Person?
Do I Really Have to Call a Transgender Woman She?
What Do Parents Pay for in a Same-Sex Wedding?
Do Gay Men Prefer Shorter or Longer Names?

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