A Message About Parenting Transgender Kids

I’d like to invite you to listen to a message about parenting transgender kids. You should already know that my transgender daughter is one of the lights of my world. She has taught me the true meaning of unconditional love. My world is brighter because now I know the importance of active allyship. Of what it means to be a true affirming parent. As we are bombarded with legislation that is terrifying to the transgender community, I am reminded that it is more important than ever to use my platform to elevate the voices of this beautiful community.

A few weeks ago I was invited by The Phluid Project to talk about my journey as a parent of a transgender child. Today that interview happened! My dear friend, Cyrus is a trainer for Phluid and the founder of Other Is A Myth. In addition to being an activist and educator, he also happens to be a very dear friend. He actively supports me through my journey of affirmation as a proud parent.

This week instead of reading, grab a cup of coffee, sit back and listen to my lived experience as we share a message about parenting transgender kids. In my world unconditional love is paramount and all are welcome.




3 thoughts on “A Message About Parenting Transgender Kids

  1. […] had their beautiful babies in states that do not allow name and/or gender marker changes for their TNBY children, I am with you and will continue to push the needle. Our entire parent community needs to mobilize […]

  2. […] organizing, simplifying, and truly relishing the simple things in life. In addition, if you are a parent in the LGBTQ+ community, stay tuned. Jan has something special in the […]

  3. […] Migration is a concept Americans typically attribute to those outside of the United States. Politicians argue about immigrants entering the United States because of our incredible resources. People all over the world are refugees from oppressive governments or war. Climate migration is something the World Health Organization grapples with. But what happens when oppression comes from within our borders and forces our citizens to relocate? What about the forced migration of families of transgender children? […]

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: