CROSS-dressing pupil Jamie Love says a call by Scotland’s youth “tsar” to allow schoolboys to wear girls’ clothes will help people like him.
Children’s commissioner Tam Baillie claims gender-specific uniforms can cause serious distress.
Jamie, 17, said: “The children’s commissioner is a very important person and hopefully people who are making decisions on policies will listen to him.”
In January, the Record revealed how Jamie claimed he’d been sent home from Govan High in Glasgow for dressing as a girl. He was later allowed to return.
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