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Employment and Education: A Trans Perspective

For transpeople, being true to one’s identity comes at a high price. LGBTQ movements often emphasise the right to love, but for the diverse transgender community, the most pressing needs run along different courses, much deeper ones that are often unseen. 1,667 more words


If a parent is certain a child is not trans and the youth says they are. ASC and Gender.

Parents and clinicians want to know if a child on the autism spectrum is really trans when they say they are. They wonder if it’s a manifestation of an autism spectrum condition or it is really gender identity issues. 1,941 more words


GLAAD Posts Review of "B"

GLAAD has just posted a review of “B in the World” in the “Newsroom” section of their site. GLAAD works with print, broadcast and online news sources to bring people powerful stories from the LGBT community that build support for equality. 16 more words

B In The World

B in the World

Today marks the beginning of my 30-day Kickstarter campaign to fund printing and distribution of “B in the World,” a chapter book for early elementary students and their parents about a gender non-conforming boy and the challenges he faces with bullying and acceptance. 273 more words

Chapter Books

"B" goes live on Kickstarter!

Our Kickstarter campaign to fund the printing and distribution of
“B in the World” is live on Kickstarter!

“B in the World” is a chapter book for early elementary school children that tells a fun story of a gender non-conforming child “B” and the effects of bullying and the importance of acceptance. 164 more words

B In The World

I Am Jazz by Jazz Jennings and Jessica Herthel

Imagine a world where it’s no big deal to be transgender, a safe space for everyone. I Am Jazz is the kind of children’s book that brings us closer to that world. 341 more words

Girl Protagonist

Jacob's New Dress by Sarah and Ian Hoffman

Jacob’s New Dress is a touching, realistic tale of a little boy who is dealing with the fallout of being gender non-conforming. Written by parents of a “son who loves pink”, the story is educational without being didactic. 236 more words

Boy Protagonist