…or genderqueer or gender nonconforming or gender fluid…..
There are things you experience that others do not when your kid falls into one or all of the above categories.
Kris and Andy are home for spring break this week. Yay! We stopped at a fast food place for lunch and needed a bathroom break before ordering our food. Andy and I went to our respective restrooms with Kris trailing behind. I idly wondered if he would end up in the women’s room or not. Although he used the men’s room most of the time, since coming out he had come in with me twice in 4 years. This time he did not.
When I joined Kris and Andy, I moved toward the counter to order. “I still need to use the restroom.” I turned to Kris. “I haven’t decided which one to use.”
I told him I thought he had gone in with Andy. Andy added that he was surprised when Kris did not follow him in and then concluded that Kris had ended up with me.
Kris shook his head and said, “No. I wasn’t sure which one I wanted to go in.”
It was kind of a funny moment and Kris went off to use the facilities.
You might be wondering which one he chose? I don’t know because in the end, does it really matter?