10 Tips to Make It Easier for your Child to Come Out
10 Tips to Make It Easier for
your Child to Come Out
"If your child is thinking about coming out, you probably don’t know about it. If your child identifies as LGBT, you may not even have the slightest idea. Even if you don’t think you have a gay or transgender child, it’s a good idea to be prepared for any possibility..." Read the rest of My Kid Is Gay contributor Laurin Mayeno's story on Out Proud Families!
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Step one: Use the new, correct name and pronouns all the time—even when they’re not there to hear you, even when you’re just thinking about them in your head.