A discussion of the societal and personal challenges and risks facing transgender kids, and how to be an ally toward defending and protecting them.
Meet a parent whose child came out as transgender and how the parent reached out to learn the best way to support that child.
Meet the child who expressed this feeling about being transgender: “What’s the point of being on this earth if you’re going to try to be someone you’re not.”
A reading of a children’s book explaining sexual identities titled “It Feels Good to be Yourself” is a companion piece.
Caro Barschow (she/they pronouns) is an educator, writer and seminarian at Boston University School of Theology. Caro’s spiritual influences are broad, woven by the thread of a belief that awakened hearts draw forth healing and transformation of people, planet and society. Caro first joined a Unitarian Universalist congregation in 2006 and is an aspirant for ordination through the Unitarian Universalist Association. She recently served as Summer Minister at First Parish Portland, Maine. Caro lives in Cambridge, MA.
Carolyn Barschow is currently in a ministerial UU program. and identifies as a “queer ally.”
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