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NEW YORK Three new books are intending to assist educate kids and grownups about nonbinary and transgender youth. The Gender, Cool Task, a youth-led motion that works to change mistaken opinions on transgender and nonbinary youth, has partnered with A Kids Book Ready to launch three children's books that objective to inform and inspire."We hope that book series will help link kids and adults around the topic of gender and acceptance," Gearah Goldstein, co-founder of the Gender, Cool Task, said.
Whether they are the same, different, or throughout between. We also hope that through understanding the experiences of Transgender and Non-Binary individuals, they get both compassion and real understanding."Fulfill the authors here and discover more about their books: Gia Parr, a transgender girl who transitioned at the start of her eighth-grade year, hopes that sharing her story will help educate individuals of any ages."This book informs kids and individuals of all ages on what it means to be transgender and gives a real-life, favorable example of who a transgender person is," Parr stated.
She hopes that her words will have the ability to assist inform other kids about who they are."For years, I was trying to find education on who I was," Parr said. "I desire this book to be able to reveal young kids that being transgender is incredible. Rather of concealing from themselves like I did, they ought to accept who they are."Parr hopes to see more acceptance for LGBTQ+ youth."Right now, being transgender and the entire coming out procedure is a big deal," Parr said.
I want to see a world where LGBTQ+ are accepted."Hunter Chinn-Raicht, a nonbinary teenager, hopes that their book will reveal that words matter."By starting discussions in between kids and their families, we can assist invalidate the confusion surrounding this brand-new language," Chinn-Raicht stated. Chinn-Raicht hopes that sharing positive and crucial stories about their life will assist give other kids hope about their own stories."It's OK to question yourself and to be in a state of unidentified for a while with your identity," Chinn Raicht stated.