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Let’s Talk Gender! – July

The TYTANs Are Feeling Chatty Hear from trans, nonbinary young adults digging into topics like dating, school bullying, coming out to your family, gender theory, social justice, surgery, and so much more. Audience members will be able to attend anonymously, … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk Gender! – What Pride Means To Me

The TYTANs Are Feeling Chatty – About What PRIDE Means To Them Hear from trans, nonbinary young adults digging into topics like dating, school bullying, coming out to your family, gender theory, social justice, surgery, and so much more. Audience … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk Gender! – Working While Trans

The TYTANs Are Feeling Chatty – About Entering the Workforce Hear from trans, nonbinary young adults digging into topics like dating, school bullying, coming out to your family, gender theory, social justice, surgery, and so much more. Audience members will … Continue reading

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“Extra Credit” in May: Ask Doctor Hatfield

Dr. Kevin Hatfield will present up to date best practices and information, answer your questions and share about his practice working with gender diverse children and youth.  Dr Hatfield is a national expert and we are fortunate to have such … Continue reading

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4th Sunday Extra Credit ONLINE “Navigating the Human Barrier”

After a parent’s realization that their child is gender diverse—but often before they have had a chance to catch their breath—the question of how to navigate disclosure to others—schools/family/friend/church/neighbors—looms large and immediate. Teachers, administrators, counselors, and even other parents may … Continue reading

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*NEW* Wenatchee – Families with Gender Diverse Kids – 3rd Sunday – March

Serving families in Central Washington. Parents and caregivers of transgender and gender-diverse children and youth (up to age 17) gather to learn, talk, laugh, and share insights on caring for, supporting, and raising their kids. The caregiver discussion is facilitated … Continue reading

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Bellingham – Families of Adult-age Children – March

Parents of transgender and gender-diverse adults gather to learn, talk, laugh, and share insights on caring for and supporting their adult kids. The parent discussion is facilitated by a trained parent volunteer. This Bellingham group meets every 2nd Sunday of … Continue reading

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“Extra Credit” SOLD: Examining the T in TV Advertising

  SOLD examines advertising (Film, video and print) that have enlisted a transgender character (Real life or fictional) to sell their product. These commercials cross many decades, starting in the 1950’s and going up to current day, and span across … Continue reading

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Bellingham – Families of Adult-age Children – February

Parents of transgender and gender-diverse adults gather to learn, talk, laugh, and share insights on caring for and supporting their adult kids. The parent discussion is facilitated by a trained parent volunteer. This Bellingham group meets every 2nd Sunday of … Continue reading

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“Extra Credit” Bridging the Gap Between Trans and Non-Binary Adults and Children

Bridging the Gap Between Trans and Non-Binary Adults and Children As a (probably cisgender) parent of a trans or gender diverse child, it only seems natural to look to the experiences of the adult trans and non-binary community to deepen … Continue reading

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