Brandon Boulware Daughter– “I’m Brandon Boulware’s name and president. I’m going to go as fast as I can. I’m a Missourian for a lifetime. I’m an attorney for a company. I am a Christian. I am a Christian. I’m the minister’s son of a Methodist. I’m a man. I’m a man. I’m a man. I’m a 4-kid dad, 2 kids, 2 girls, including a marvelous daughter, a lovely transgender. It’s her birthday today. I chose to be here. I chose to be here. She doesn’t know that. She doesn’t know that. She believes I’m on the job. When transgender issues are talked about, one thing I often hear is that I don’t get it. I don’t understand that. I don’t understand. I’d expect some of you to say and feel like that. Either for years, I didn’t get it. Don’t let my girl wear clothes to my daughter. The results of Brandon Boulware’s testimony at the Missouri House meeting on 3 March highlighted the restrictions that some states have discussed on trans athletes compete in schools.
He adding that he came to hear on and without telling her his daughter, on birthday, and that “I am a husband and father of four children—two boys and two girls—including a lovely and beautiful transgender daughter. A clip of Boulware was seen more than four million times. During the hearing, Boulware discussed the resolution banning transgender high school athletes from performing girl sports in Missouri, which included ‘a Missourian lifelong, a trade lawyer, Christians, and a Methodist minister’s son.’
This changed when Boulware let his transgender daughter wear her clothes, grow her hair and play girls’ sports teams. They felt very comfortable. Boulware urged the legislature, in an emotional plea, not to pass a bill to force their daughter out of their volleyball, dance team, and tennis team by forcing students to play in sex teams on their certificate of birth. He added he had arrived at the hearing of his daughter. “I have four children — two boys and two girls — as a husband and dad — including a marvelous Transgender daughter.”