Just push it out of your mind and wash anything he touches with a glove on your hand and a stronger detergent.

“Please,somebody tell me that the crusty socks I just found behind some little boys bed, is merely just crusty from gross feet. Idk the kid, just some random icky child-but I know he’s only 12(actually only 11,for 2 more weeks) that’s too young to be anything but sweaty feet right?!?!”
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Try not to think too hard about it. Wash the sock. Wash your hands. Push it far out of your mind.

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If you must know it, far side of the Bell Curve goes down to 9. Parents are usually encouraged by doctors to put them on “stop puberty” medicine ’till they’re a few years older.

Just push it out of your mind and wash anything he touches with a glove on your hand and a stronger detergent.

[my useless stash of trivia comes in handy sometimes]

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I only first heard about it when that transgender kid was on TV a couple of years ago. Jazz – that’s the name. She’s a biological boy but is a girl in other ways and doctors agreed to put her on stop-puberty meds until she’s old enough to get the surgery (or change her mind).

After that, I heard about it in a few other places. But I don’t know how long it’s been around for.

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I think it’s to avoid awkwardness mostly. Social benefits. Maybe sock benefits too? I dunno.

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