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August 2019

Extra Credit: Real Talk Trans/Nonbinary/Gender Diverse Teen Panel

August 25 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm PDT
Seattle Family Groups site, info@genderdiversity.org
Seattle, WA United States
Free

Trans/Nonbinary/Gender-Diverse Teens Tell Their Stories For this very special Extra Credit, we bring our most popular Gender Odyssey session to you - the Teen Panel. Let them tell you what school is really like. Dating. What their parents said or did that really helped (or really hurt). How they knew they weren't cis. If they have any regrets. What they think of using the locker room/overnight camp/etc.  College? Jobs? Often surprising, never disappointing. Get a glimpse into your child's future,…

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September 2019

“Extra Credit” Getting Your School to Step Up to School Trainings with Aidan Key

September 22 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm PDT
Seattle Family Groups site, info@genderdiversity.org
Seattle, WA United States
Free

Schools often ask parents to tell them how they should manage the inclusion of a gender diverse child.  As a parent navigating home life (and everything else) is it your responsibility to instruct the school? Are you unsure of your rights as a parent/guardian? Do you have questions regarding your kid's privacy rights, restrooms, locker rooms?  What about bullying, gossip....etc.  Inclusivity benefits All students – not just trans and non-binary children. How can you approach your school about scheduling a…

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Thriving on Two Spectrums – September

September 29 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm PDT
Seattle Family Groups site, info@genderdiversity.org
Seattle, WA United States

Thriving on Two Spectrums Parents of transgender and gender-diverse kids (of all ages) who are also neuro-diverse, gather to learn, talk, laugh, and share insights on caring for and raising their kids. The parent discussion is facilitated by trained moderators from both ARC of King County and Gender Diversity. Concurrently, kids who are neuro- and trans/gender-diverse meet in a neighboring room for facilitated activities like video games, board games, chatting, or hanging out on an exercise ball. Professionally facilitated by…

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