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Hannah's Story: Being Part of Trans History is Being Part of ONE Trans History

Hannah's Story: Being Part of Trans History is Being Part of ONE Trans History
October was LGBT History Month. To honor transgender people and their unique histories, I featured transgender people and parents of transgender children all month long. Through sharing their stories, I hoped to raise awareness of this amazing population of people who still struggle for basic human rights. To finish off the series, I have one... Read more »

Lori's Story: It will be Okay

Lori's Story: It will be Okay
October is LGBT History Month. To honor transgender people and their unique histories, I will be featuring transgender people and parents of transgender children all month long. Through sharing their stories, I hope to raise awareness of this amazing population of people who still struggle for basic human rights. By Lori Crane, proud mother of... Read more »

Kat's Story: Words Don't Come Easy

Kat's Story: Words Don't Come Easy
October is LGBT History Month. To honor transgender people and their unique histories, I will be featuring transgender people and parents of transgender children all month long. Through sharing their stories, I hope to raise awareness of this amazing population of people who still struggle for basic human rights. By Kat Carpita, mother of three,... Read more »
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Jason's Story: Your Part is Bigger Than You Think

Jason's Story: Your Part is Bigger Than You Think
October is LGBT History Month. To honor transgender people and their unique histories, I will be featuring transgender people and parents of transgender children all month long. Through sharing their stories, I hope to raise awareness of transgender people and their struggles for basic human rights that most of the world takes for granted. By... Read more »

My Son was a Girl Scout

My Son was a Girl Scout
When I was young, I was a Girl Scout. I recited the Girl Scout promise, sang songs with verses like “make new friends, but keep the old, one is silver and the other gold” and wondered which was which. I went to Girl Scout Camp and walked in parades and sold boxes of cookies and... Read more »

Forget Superman, Jason Robert Ballard is My Son's Hero

Forget Superman, Jason Robert Ballard is My Son's Hero
Jason Robert Ballard is my son’s hero.  He told me last night. “Jason is my hero, I want to be just like him when I grow up. I think he’s amazing.” It started with some throwback pictures, shared in a private group. I showed them to Jake, who was amazed at the transformation he saw. ... Read more »
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