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Sarah Hoffman Blog

Sarah Hoffman is the mother of a pink boy, and a girl whose favorite colour is yellow. She writes for national magazines, newspapers, and radio, and speaks publicly about raising her gender non-conforming son. She uses a pseudonym to protect the safety of her family.  

Pink is for Boys

A place to wonder about the boxes we put kids in, how they get built, what they accomplish, and what happens to kids who don’t care to live in boxes. A snowballing discussion has emerged about kids who live in this in-between space, often using terms like “gender variant,” “pink boys,” or “princess boys.” This… read more »

Girlyboy Mama

California-based mother of a “girl of truth,” which is to say, a child who has the soul of a girl in a body of a boy. This is the story of one child’s path to acceptance through the eyes of her mother.  


Genderfork is a volunteer-based supportive community for the expression of identities across the gender spectrum. This blog offers images, thoughts, identities, and conversations from gender-variant people and their extended communities. Also curates a special feed of anonymous thoughts just for Twitter, and maintains a wildly active fan page on Facebook. Lately also branching out to… read more »


Trans*Enough means that you are enough, as you are, right now. It means that however you identify is right for you, and that you don’t need surgeries or hormones or outside approval to make it so.