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  1. Toddler & Child
    If your child comes to you and expresses that they're transgender or experiencing gender dysphoria, it can be hard to know the best way to support them. There are a number of ways that you can help your child and yourself through the transition. For some parents, a child announcing that they...
  2. Other
    Mainstream media is bringing awareness to a topic that many breastfeeding advocates have known for years: transgender parents can breastfeed. A medical team from Mount Sinai in New York City has some groundbreaking news. Not only has a transgender woman become the first documented person to...
  3. Toddler & Child
    A new study that compared transgender preschoolers to their cisgendered peers shows that there is not much difference at all in their gender associated preferences when it came to things like clothing, toys and friendships. Researchers from the University of Washington have concluded that...
  4. Toddler & Child
    For a parent who doesn't personally know a transgender individual, it can seem difficult to talk to children about the topic of gender identity. Here are some tips. How do you explain what being transgender means? Shouldn't you wait until they're old enough to understand? Educator, writer, and...
  5. Parenting
    About a week ago, our son, who is 5, told us that he wanted to wear girls clothing. He says that he wants to have a vagina when he grows up, and that he is a "woman in a man.". My first thoughts were that he may be transgendered. We asked him a bit about it, and then took him shopping for...
  6. Queer Parenting
    Hey me and my partner are talking about adopting a kid. The thing we are looking for advice is when the inevitable whys start being asked by our child. Little bit of info about us, I'm a trans woman and my partner is Non Binary. If anyone has any advice about this topic that would be most helpful.
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