Gender Independent Kids
Kids do not like being confined to the boxes of gender expectations that are everywhere in our world, and many kids express this resistance early on in their lives. This page offers some resources to support adults and kids with gender independence on their minds. Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to see something added or changed or if you have any questions. Furthermore, questions, provider referrals and other training can be made by contacting email@example.com.
Resources for Adults
- Rainbow Health Ontario has a fact sheet with information about gender independent children
- Kathy Witterick is raising three gender independent kids in Toronto, ON and wrote this book chapter on raising gender independent kids
- Lori Duron writes a blog called Raising My Rainbow about raising her gender creative son