Brochure: Supporting Your Child’s Gender Identity and Expression
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Many parents struggle with understanding their child’s experience of gender, especially when it is different than they expected.
In the past, gender variance has been framed as a psychological disorder. More recently, we have come to better understand and accept that gender is complex and not limited to male or female.
Read more in the full brochure.
Read other brochures in this series:
- Advocating for your Gender Independent Child
- Gender Affirming Options for Gender Independent Children and Adolescents