My Kid Came Out, Now What?

Twenty ways to support LGBTQ children.

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By Jo Langford

Understanding what LGBTQ is does not necessarily mean one understands their LGBTQ child. The reverse is also true; Understanding an LGBTQ child does not necessarily mean one understands the dynamics involved in the life of an LGBTQ child.




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