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Last Updated: 05-Apr-2018 15:19
Parents of transgender and gender-expansive children often find themselves advocating for their children in private, one-on-one settings — from speaking to another parent about playdates and sleepovers, to discussing with a pediatrician the importance of inclusive intake forms, to working with a
child’s school to create inclusive policies. However, some parents may find themselves advocating publicly out of choice or necessity.