Children and youth with gender dysphoria struggle to accept the gender their DNA dictates. They may be born a male, but feel more like a female. Or they may be born a female, but feel more like a male.
On this page you’ll find general information about gender confusion, and find help with how to respond if your child is struggling with gender confusion. You'll also find tips on what to say if your kids ask about the topic, and information on how to nurture healthy gender identity in children.
It’s important to understand that not everyone who is transgender is necessarily same-sex attracted; gender confusion and transgenderism are distinct issues from homosexuality.
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