like seriously, if you’ve just come out to them, then start bitching and moaning about how they don’t call you your preferred name and pronouns, and how they “just don’t understand you” then tbh i think you’re being just alittle bit spoilt and naive.
Guess what guys, you’re right, your parents DON’T understand, being transgender is not a common thing, no parent is prepared for their child to say that to them.
Your parents are going to need time, they’ve seen you as one way for x amount of years, and suddenly they have to re-think how they approach you, that will take time.
Your parents, family and friends probably will have some ignorant questions, instead of getting angry at them, HELP them understand, not just scream at them “I’M A BOY YOU NEED TO RESPECT ME WAHHHHHH” because that will make people less inclined to listen.
They will probably voice concern, don’t just cast them off as silly - they care about you and that’s why they’re concerned.
They won’t be able to buy you a new wardrobe straight away, they won’t be able to see you as a guy straight away, and they won’t be able to call you a guy straight away.
I came out to my parents 4 years ago, i’ve only just got my family around to acknowledging my preferred name and pronouns, for ages my mum fought back me wearing strictly mens clothes, my dad has only just stopped fighting back my medical transition, i had to ask my sister if i could be the uncle to her unborn kid.
These things take time, sure, be angry if years down the line they are still being ignorant to you and your transition, but jesus christ if you only came out last month then give them a break.
I’m probably going to get hate for this but whatever, honey badger don’t give a fuck.