The Transgender Child

The Transgender Child

Book - 2008
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Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : Cleiss Press, c2008
ISBN: 9781573443180
1573443182
Branch Call Number: 306.768 Bri
Characteristics: xvii, 252 p. ; 22 cm
Additional Contributors: Pepper, Rachel

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QnVz
Jun 17, 2015

"When a significantly gender-variant or transgendered child or teen has touched your life, you come to understand very quickly that it is your beliefs that must change, not this child."

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Jun 17, 2015

"At our school we recognize that every human has the right to decide who they are--it is not within anyone else's power to decide for another who they are."

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QnVz
Jun 15, 2015

...it can be even more difficult to try to figure out how to share this with extended family members. Its important to realize they even In the most loving of families, people need time to change long-held beliefs. So while it may see tempting to try to hide this aspect of their child until it's all figured out, this approach will not necessarily serve you. Other people I your life may need time to come along this journey with you...[they] deserve he tie to adjust to the ideas you are presenting---afford them that opportunity...even if you need their immediate love and support.
"There are ways to encourage the desired responses from your family members. One again, this has to do with your delivery and what it is you are asking for. Most people, when told what they are being asked to do, respond withy that in mind. If you do not offer them guidance, it becomes more of a free-for-all, and you decrease the likelihood of getting the response you want

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QnVz
Jun 15, 2015

"Most decisions will be made on the fly. Sometimes you will make choices that feel good, and sometimes you will end up having made a choice that does not feel good. That is all too often how we learn."

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QnVz
Jun 15, 2015

"We are attached to her being herself. We hope for her to always feel loved and supported by us."

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QnVz
Jun 13, 2015

"Perhaps the most painful part of the process of accepting your child is letting go of the fantasies you held for your child--and also the fantasies of what you were going to share together in the future...Parents face reworking their dreams for their children."

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QnVz
Jun 13, 2015

"It should be noted that lesbian and gay parents do not necessarily feel more at ease raising a gender-variant or transgender child."

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QnVz
Jun 12, 2015

"...believe[d] that a person's core identity has 3 major components...set in place during childhood by age 6, and then revisted as a teenager...Gender identity, Gender Performance and Sexual Orientation."

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Jun 12, 2015

"What we expect of a male or a female is created for the most part by the culture. Gender roles have provideda structure for our society by establishing commonly understood ways of functioning and interacting with one another." ~Stephanie Brill and Rachel Pepper

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QnVz
Jun 15, 2015

I definitely think I needed this book several years ago. A great starting point if you have a gender-variant child or many questions yourself. A good place to start. Certain parts of the book are very naive and basic, but overall a good place to start if you find yourself here with your loved ones.

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Mephistopheles89
Apr 27, 2015

I recommend this book as a resource for service providers who work with trans children and youth, as well as parents with trans, or gender creative children.

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GummiGirl
Aug 06, 2012

The primary resource for parents of transgender children and teens. It's full of compassion as well as practical advice.

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