“All of you think I am weird, and I don’t even know why. I don’t even know why I feel this way, or why this is uncomfortable for me.” – Tyler Armstrong

At age three, Tyler knew he was different.  His family knew he was different.  Fourteen years later, Tyler and his dad sit down with Latter Gay Stories to share their journey as a trans family. Tyler talks about bathrooms, boys, church dresses, therapy, coming out, and bishop’s interviews.

Drew opens up about his experiences advocating for the LGBT community even before his then daughter—now son transitioned.  He shares the difficult parts of religion and what we can do to better understand this topic.

Tyler and Drew invite you to ask questions and create a conversation below!  Together, they want to open a dialogue to better help each of us understand transgender topics.

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Comments (2)
  1. Woodro (reply)

    December 30, 2019 at 12:58 am

    Thank you Tyler for sharing your experience. I am sure it will mean allot to other transgender youth you need to hear your story and be inspired from it. Some of us older individuals who are adults and have teenagers wish they had come out in the LGBT community in their youth, yet during the 80’s and 90’s in Salt Lake City, it was not so accepted. May God Bless you!

  2. Zeke (reply)

    August 21, 2019 at 12:52 am

    I have never really understood the transgender issue. This was a smackdown. What some incredible people. I get it now. Please let Tyler & his Dad know they are among my heroes now.

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