Indya's parents may not have been able to understand their experience growing up, but 10 years after leaving home, their parents are now accepting and open to learning. "I'm so grateful to have parents who were committed to being in my life unconditionally and who realized that was important, regardless of their opinions on my life," they told the Evening Standard in October 2019. "Eventually my mother started using my pronouns, which were she/her at the time, and that made us so much closer. Now, I'm like, 'Ma, it's they/them now,' and she's like, 'Ah, make up your mind.' It's a little more complex for people who understand gender in very conventional ways, but I'm just grateful for her support."