From the movie "Stranger Than Fiction."
The Whittington Family: Ryland's story.
Personally, as sweet as it is that they accept her despite her differences, I think they made a dumb decision. Ryland was little more than a toddler. She didn't want to be a boy/man, and has no idea what it means to be a boy. She doesn't even understand what a gender is. As far as she knows, being a boy means short hair, toy trucks instead of dolls and cooler light up sneakers. The problem came in when Ryland would say things like "I want these, not those" and her sexist parents would say "No honey, that's for boys," and Ryland quickly realized being a girl sucked. I think the decision to let her be a "boy" was stupid. If she was 12, that's a different story.
A pool repairman saves a squirrel from drowning by giving it CPR.
Here's a newish American supergroup, who have Blink-182s lead singer and guitarist.
Angels & Airwaves, "Surrender."