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Thu, Feb 08



How to Support Your Trans or Gender Expansive Youth

Learn how to give appropriate and needed support to a young person in your life who is transgender or gender expansive/queer/questioning. This class will help you understand the process they might go through as well as the emotional experiences.

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How to Support Your Trans or Gender Expansive Youth
How to Support Your Trans or Gender Expansive Youth

Time & Location

Feb 08, 2024, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM

Denver, 1800 S Broadway, Denver, CO 80210, USA

About the event

Is someone in your life on a journey of self-discovery and gender exploration? Do you want to help them foster resilience, build community, and embrace their true self with confidence? The Sexploratorium invites you to join our transformative class: "How to Support Your Trans or Gender Expansive Youth"

🌟 What You'll Experience:

Building resilience often entails facing hard experiences and accepting the good and bad. Through this class, you will learn the stages that you will go through as an ally on your journey. 

✨ Empowering Insights: Unlock the secrets to navigating gender transition with strength and resilience.

✨ Expert Guidance: Learn from an experienced, compassionate instructor who can help you understand your own reactions. 

✨ Supportive Community: Connect with fellow like-minded people in a safe, judgment-free environment.

✨ Practical Skills: Develop tools to help others overcome challenges and thrive during their gender journey.

🌟 Who Should Attend:

✨ Friends, family, and allies looking to support and understand their loved ones better.

✨ Mental health and medical professionals who work with gender diverse clients.

About the Instructor:  Fawn O’Breitzman has been a college professor for over 20 years. She specializes in issues of Sex and Gender and presents at Transgender conferences all around the country. She does inclusion training for businesses and has worked with everyone from hospitals to construction yards to help companies make sure they are providing the best and most respectful care to their clients. She is a cis-gender lesbian, married to a gender queer individual who is raising their two adopted kids with their gay male best friend. 

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