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. And the primary school he attends in Essex has even changed the kids' toilets to gender-neutral Unisex in support of Zach since his official diagnosis last year, aged four. And Zach's school - Purfleet Primary in Essex - has even turned their toilet block gender-neutral to support him. We will also assess their general wellbeing. Zach is one of the youngest in Britain ever to be diagnosed with GID - meaning he feels like he's a girl trapped in a boy's body. And mum said that although she misses her little boy, the family is very supportive of Zachy. She admitted: "I would love to have my son back, but I want him to be happy. We remain in contact with young people often for many years. Parents Theresa and Darren Avery, 41, became worried by Zach's behaviour and took him to the doctors.
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