My Kid Wants to Go on Hormones. What Should We Do?
Watch: Lauren Lubin, creator of the movement We Exist, addresses some common concerns of parents when their trans* kids say they are ready to go on hormones.
Gender therapy can be really helpful for many trans and non-binary people. Here's what you need to know as a parent!
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.
My young trans son wants to start hormones, and I don't know what to do.
My 10-year-old daughter has started to transition, and I have to tell our congregation. Help!
What name and pronouns should I use when talking about my trans kid before they transitioned?
Some people wear special pieces of clothing called binders to flatten their chests. Here are some tips for using binders correctly and safely!
Helping your child through experiences of body dysphoria can be really challenging. Here are five things to keep in mind.
Candace Waldron, MDiv offers insight to parents who anticipate that their young transgender son's gender will be much more of an issue when he hits puberty, and wonder when they should consider starting hormone suppressants.