At first his parents thought he may be autistic, but after several months a child phycologist diagnosed Zach, affectionately called Zachy, with GID. If this is the route he wants to take - if this is what makes him happy - then so be it. There are people out there but they don't want to talk about it. A spokesperson at Tavistock Clinic in London said they were unable to comment on individual case, but only seven children under the age of 5 were diagnosed last year - making Zach one of the youngest. Theresa said: "They told us that although he had a male body, his brain was telling him he was a girl. We said Zach was just happier being a girl than a boy. Little Zach was just three when he began refusing to live as a boy, instead choosing to wear pink dresses and ribbons in his long, blonde hair - because he has Gender Identity Disorder GID. We remain in contact with young people often for many years. And we still put some neutral clothes in his wardrobe if he ever decides he wants to wear them.
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