If your child has questions about gender identity or gender expression, you've probably got questions, too. Find out what you can do to help and support your child.
A person's sex assigned at birth, gender identity — the internal sense of being male, female, neither or both — gender expression and sexual orientation are separate things. They can happen in many combinations. Having a particular sex assigned at birth or gender expression doesn't mean a person has any specific gender identity or sexual orientation.
In many cases children will say how they feel, strongly identifying as a boy or girl — and sometimes — neither or both. While children might go through periods of insisting that they are the opposite gRead the whole article
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Girls tend to lose interest in extracurricular activities, such as sports and music, about the time they reach puberty, but this is not so true when dads take an active interest, new research shows. In one of the first studies to examine participation by girls in stereotypically male- and female-associated activities,...Read More