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It must be difficult to live in the public eye,so for all of them(Cher,Chaz,etc) I commend their courage. Gender reassignment is a process that is several years in the making...psychological counseling for a few years,medications ,then finally the surgery.I admire Chaz's partner for sticking by his side.I wish all those involved the best!
After the "transition" is complete, does this mean that Chaz will no longer self identify as a homosexual? Does the transition mean that Chaz never was a homosexual? Does this mean that gender-based roles forced this "transition"? Is this merely a way for Chaz to be married to the sweetie?
Agreed with the other posters. Cher's love is deep to be able to continue devotion to her child in these circumstances. How much did Chaz' early introduction to lesbianism contribute to the desire to "become a man?"
I'm old enough to remember the Sonny and Cher show and this cute little blonde girl they brought onstage every now and then who was their daughter. Now we have this person who looks like a man and is obese -- just mind-blowing, especially considering how ultra-feminine and thin Chaz's mother is. Her father was also always very thin. This is not a judgmental critique at all and I agree with Cab that it's pretty gracious that Cher is supporting Chaz . . . still . . . it's just such a wild departure from the parents that it boggles the imagination.
I've got a lot of respect for Cher. It must be difficult to have a child go through this...especially in the public eye. Her statement, "The one thing that will never change is my abiding love for my child," is a very gracious and supportive one. Good luck to both of them.
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