Weary from repeating the same conversation to loved ones, the family from Louisville, Kentucky, just decided to have a goofy and heartwarming photo shoot announcing to the world that "It's a boy!" The pictures of a smiling Brown swaddled in a blanket and holding blue balloons with Green and his younger brother, Lucas, 17, have led to an enormous outpouring of support since Green posted them on Facebook.
"When your child comes out as trans, the best thing to do is create a photo shoot to celebrate the fact that he silently and bravely stepped out of the race that he never wanted to be in, found his own lane and proceeded to win," Green said in a viral Facebook post.
This also makes it easier for non-binary and transgender people to change their birth certificates to affirm their gender identity. The new law, the Babs Siperstein Bill, makes it easier for people to change their gender on their birth certificates, which can protect young trans and non-binary people from discrimination.
“I’m glad I’m doing it as I hope in inspires other people to be happy in themselves.” Thomas Beatie was the first transgender man in the world to carry a baby, giving birth to a daughter.Source:News Corp Australia Not the first man to carry a baby While Hayden is the first man in the UK to carry his own child, he’s not the first man in the world.
School official who allegedly told transgender teen 'You freak me out' faces penalty Sonja Haller, USA TODAY Published 1:37 p.m. ET Jan. 8, 2019 | Updated 2:42 p.m. ET Jan. 8, 2019 A West Virginia vice president faces indefinite suspension for harassing a transgender teen in a bathroom.
Increased social acceptance of a previously stigmatized condition likely plays a role in this process, but other findings are clearly puzzling: Transgender identity is now reported among young natal females at rates that clearly exceed all known statistics to date.