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Your son has a female best friend. He's walked her home several times because she is scared of the dark. Your son enjoys hiking, mountain climbing, kickball, wrestling, and enjoys adventure films.
He was never touched inappropriately, he's generally a happy child. But you do have a couple of gay family members. So, what do you do now?
Ahhh female best friend. Don't worry he's just confused his butterflies aren't even real. I'd just spend more time with him be his best friend so he could look upto someone. Has he no other friends though?
The other two are boys
The gay family members, if they had an influence on him, I'd just tell him to have a mind of his own and see the world by his own eyes, look at each person and try to feel the things they feel.
Happiness, sad etc. He's just 12 he's just started to discover, and it sounds like he told he had butterflies through someone's eyes.
I'd ask him these questions."Does your girl best friend had butterflies in their stomach while seeing him"? If he says yes, then I wouldn't worry at all.2)"the gay family members told you anything cute to look for in boys?" If he said yes I'd be mad as hell, but I wouldn't worry about him because that's not his choice he was forced to find attractiveness in a boy.
A person has both a masculine and feminine side, that's what I believe, the side which you feed will live, he is just 12 he would eventually find titties amusing. I'd teach him how to be strong yet loving, perfectly balanced.
He says that he's never gotten butterflies around her. That your gay family members never told him what to look for in a boy. He says that sometimes the boy in school, and sometimes guys at the grocery store gives him butterflies
No, ask him where he got this idea of butterflies, an what he thinks of it?
Hmm he's 12, what about his childhood? Whom did he look upto?
He should've shown signs of being unique throught childhood, noticed something different from him and other boys?
He looked up to super heroes and doctors. He says that he wants to be a dentist when he grows up. As a child he loved climbing, swimming, playing sports, and he always protected and stood up for people, including girls. Whenever his female friend didn't have money for ice cream at the park, he'd buy her snacks and walk her home because she's scared of the dark.
Well, at 9 you'd notice him blushing at other boys or him saying how he feels tingly around other boys sometimes but that's it
Okay, he's clearly confused. I'm guessing girls had an really big influence on him as a child. Ask him whether he knows why he is feeling butterflies? If he says no, it's best you make him meditate
He says he doesn't know what it is about some boys then asks you is this normal.
The first time I had butterflies was when I was 13, I didn't even know it was butterflies back then, he's confusing butterflies with something else or he's maturing way too much for his age.
I guess :pI started having crushes at 11
I'd tell him my butterfly experience and then tell him it's normal
Tell him it's normal but rare
Even if your son was traditionaly masculine and liked doing boyish things? Even if he had a female friend that he walked home several times because she was scared of the dark?
Gay men aren’t traditionally masculine. Nice try distorting reality.
Loo yeah only old people use that term right?
Even when I was 12 I only saw it in old books.