The first family of fluids of gender of Great Britain prepares for the total transformation

Nikki (right) and Louise Draven (left) with her son Star, now five, plan to undergo sex reassignment surgery

The first British family of gender fluids is preparing for a total transformation since both parents have gender reassignment operations.

Louise and Nikki Draven, who are the parents of Star Cloud, five years old, plan to undergo surgery and be in their "ideal bodies" by the time their son is ten years old.

Biological father Louise, 32, which Star calls mummy, will become a woman and said that the change has taken "to arrive".

Nikki (right) and Louise Draven (left) with her son Star, now five, plan to undergo sex reassignment surgery

Nikki (right) and Louise Draven (left) with her son Star, now five, plan to undergo sex reassignment surgery

Star's biological mother, Nikki, will undergo a woman-to-man procedure and her name will be Charlie, reports the Mirror.

The Middlesborough couple, whose son is free to play with the toys he likes and paints his nails at home, said they care "like all parents."

They said: "If we waited until Star was older, he would spend his childhood with parents who felt incomplete."

Star is raised as gender-neutral, since her parents focus on raising a "person" and not a "child," and she is said to have "a five-year understanding" of the family situation.

Although he described Star as a well adjusted Charlie, he did say he started asking questions.

"Recently he asked me why I had to wear a swimsuit in the pool and not trunks like other dads, I tell Star that Mom will go to a special doctor who will take her duckling, which is Star's penis word.

Louise (right) - whom mom calls mummy -
Man was born, but she is becoming a woman

Louise (right) - whom mom calls mummy -
Man was born, but she is becoming a woman

The couple's son can play with any toy he likes and paint his nails at home

The couple's son can play with any toy he likes and paint his nails at home

The biological father Louise, 32 years old (in the photo with the red hair), that Star already calls a mummy, will become a woman and said that the change has taken "to arrive". Nikki (left and right) is making the transition to becoming a man and is now known as Charlie

Five-year-old Star Cloud has been raised as a "person" instead of a "child" and can choose which toys she plays with and the colors she uses. He recently cut his long hair in a shorter style

Five-year-old Star Cloud has been raised as a "person" instead of a "child" and can choose which toys she plays with and the colors she uses. He recently cut his long hair in a shorter style

Five-year-old Star Cloud has been raised as a "person" instead of a "child" and can choose which toys she plays with and the colors she uses. He recently cut his long hair in a shorter style

The little boy can play with dolls and paint his nails at home. He even cut his long hair this year, but is said to be unsure of his new style.

Louise said about the exchange operation: "I have doubts all the time, but that is part of my transition.

"No one chooses these feelings, but when people do, they need the outside of their bodies to match the inside."

Louise began preparing for the transition process in 2011 and lost 16 stones to have the operation in December.

He has also shaved his red and black hair after hormone treatment has left him thinner.

Nikki, now known as Charlie, said: "I never liked having periods or increased breasts." It felt all wrong.

"So I did an examination of conscience and I realized that I've always wanted to be a man."

The couple said they care like all parents, but they said, "If we wait until Star is older, he will spend his childhood with parents who feel incomplete."

The couple said they care like all parents, but they said, "If we wait until Star is older, he will spend his childhood with parents who feel incomplete."

The couple said they care like all parents, but they said, "If we wait until Star is older, he will spend his childhood with parents who feel incomplete."

The Dravens, who were married in a pagan ceremony in 2012, are believed to be the first fully fluid gender family in Britain.

"None of us is obsessed with the gender we were born with," said Louise, 30. "We do not want our son to be limited by that either." We are simply a common family and we are who we want to be. "

Last year, the Dravens talked about their experiences and the struggles with other children are imposing their views on him.

They said: "Star is alone in the daycare, but he has already been pressured by other children. The other day he came home saying: "I can not play with dolls, they are for girls".

"We sat him down and explained that anyone can play with dolls and that it is a good practice for when he grows up and becomes a father.

"He said:" It may not be a dad, it could be a mommy! & # 39;

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