Young Teens Openly Express Sexuality; LGBT Pre-Teens Proud, Not Safe

Sean has felt since the age of 2 or 3 that he was a boy in a girl's body. Telling his parents at age 11 was difficult but coming out as transgender among his seventh-grade classmates was like walking into a lion's den. When Sean first shared his sexuality with his mother, "She didn't take it well," he said. "She cried for about a week, but then went on the Internet and understood it better." About a month before Sarah's "transition" to Sean, his mother informed school officials, but no one...Full Story
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