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You have struggled to support students who question their sexual identity or don’t fit neatly into social expectations of what it means to be a boy or a girl if you’re an educator, chances are. You could relate solely to circumstances such as these:
One of my pupils really wants to be described as a kid. The student’s mother is adamant: “My child is a woman!”
My 7-year-old is fed up with pupils constantly questioning why he plays with dolls. I will be supportive of him, but We don’t understand what to accomplish.
Two colleagues into the instructors’ room discussed a kid that is delicate and perhaps not into recreations. One of these said, “He’s likely to be homosexual for certain.”
In the centre of the situations lies confusion in regards to the nature of sex, intercourse and orientation that is sexual. Continue reading “Sex? Sexual Orientation? Gender Identity? Gender Expression?”