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School pupil, 8, earnings to school a girl after bold decision to change genders

A SCHOOL student has started the new educational year as a girl after holding the decision to change genders.

Tegan Dyason, 8, pronounced it used to make her “sick” to wear a boy’s uniform to school and is now “a million per cent happier”.

 Tegan Dyason, with her older hermit Josh, started the new school year as a girl
Tegan Dyason, with her older hermit Josh, started the new school year as a girl

She was innate Tom but allowed to start Year 4 as Tegan after revelation her mom she wish to be a girl, reported the Mirror Online.

She said: “I am a million per cent happy. we was so vehement about going to school as Tegan, we was up at 3.45am and my uniform was unresolved up in my room.

“But when my silent started doing my hair in bunches we started great since we got frightened and worried I’d get bullied.

“Then in my conduct we thought: ‘You know what! I’m just going to go to school and blow my mind off!’”

 Tegan (right) was innate Tom but told her silent that she wanted to be a girl
Tegan (right) was innate Tom but told her silent that she wanted to be a girl
 Tegan's silent Michelle pronounced her youngest had never finished 'typical child things' flourishing up
Tegan’s silent Michelle pronounced her youngest had never finished ‘typical child things’ flourishing up

Her silent Michelle, who also has an 11-year-old son called Josh, pronounced her youngest child was never a standard child flourishing up.

The 39-year-old said: “When she was starting to make her own decisions, she refused to play with boys’ toys. She has never played with cars or anything like that.

“She would get them for Christmas and chuck them opposite the room. She’d contend to me: “Throw it”.

“She never played with them. She wanted a kitchen. Then she wanted a doll and a pram. They were the things that she wanted.”

Parents at Tegan’s school in Yorkshire were sent a minute from the school before the educational year started that Tom was returning to school as Tegan.

Tegan said: “Before it done me feel sick to put a boy’s uniform on and at school they called me ‘gay’ and a Barbie girl.

“I told them we wasn’t happy – we was a girl. But they just pronounced ‘being a girl is gay!’”

She added: “Life is really extraordinary as a girl and I’m so happy.”

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