From Andrew Linder in CHURCHLEADERS:
Whether we like it or not, as parents we’ve been thrust into a situation by recent events that requires us to have a much-needed conversation with our kids about gender identity.
But while America is struggling to know their identity, your family doesn’t have to.
And while the events of the past week or so seem to demand it, some might still question why a parent would want to address this issue with their children. Here are a few practical reasons:
- If they don’t hear it first from us, they will hear it sooner or later from someone else (and probably not from our same perspective).
- We set ourselves up for an awkward and possibly unexpected situation when our kids go into a public restroom, only to come out with many more questions than when they went in.
- More Here
- Transgender swimmer Lia Thomas nominated for NCAA Woman of the Year
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