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Contexts: Learning to Parent Transgender Children
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http://contexts.org/articles/parent-transgender-children/ “Over the past few years, stories of transgender children celebrated by their parents have flooded the Internet. But how do these parents come to be supportive of their gender-variant kids? In a recent article in Gender and Society, Elizabeth Rahilly tries to answer that question. Her interviews reveal that instead of entering parenthood with gender-progressive ideologies, supportive parents learn… read more »

Made by Raffi
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I am reaching out to journalists, educators and parents. After reading and tweeting several stories on bullying, autism and gender roles, I was guided to your site and thought you would be interested in my story. My children’s book Made by Raffi is out and I am very proud of the attention and reviews, but… read more »

Toronto Star article about baby Storm
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This news article by the Toronto Star published on May 21st, 2011 was the original news article about Kathy Witterick and David Stoker and their baby Storm. The article, entitled: “Parents Keep Child’s Gender Secret”, goes into detail about the Kathy and David’s decision to maintain a gender neutral environment for their baby, Storm. This… read more »

Government of Canada: Travelling as a Transgender Person
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We are fortunate that Canada is as accepting as it is, even if we know we could still be better.  Other countries are not always as accepting, and thus if you plan on travelling abroad, the information on the Government of Canada website may be relevant. Click here for the Government of Canada website’s guide… read more »