Brochure: Advocating for Your Gender Independent Child
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As a parent, you advocate for your child every day, helping to meet their needs, support their aspirations and keep them safe. If your child expresses their gender differently from how others expect (a gender independent child), parents might need extra support.
Read the full brochure for more information.
Check out our other Gender Independent Children brochures:
- Supporting Your Child’s Gender Identity and Expression
- Gender Affirming Options for Gender Independent Children and Adolescents