A.J., a transgender 6-year-old, plays in her room on Thursday, Jan. 23, in her Kansas City home. Many transgender people say they first realized as children that they should have been born a different sex. Their efforts to be accepted by society may comprise the next frontier for civil rights.
A.J., a transgender 6-year-old, plays in her room on Thursday, Jan. 23, in her Kansas City home. Many transgender people say they first realized as children that they should have been born a different sex. Their efforts to be accepted by society may comprise the next frontier for civil rights. The Kansas City Star
A.J., a transgender 6-year-old, plays in her room on Thursday, Jan. 23, in her Kansas City home. Many transgender people say they first realized as children that they should have been born a different sex. Their efforts to be accepted by society may comprise the next frontier for civil rights. The Kansas City Star

‘I am a girl’: Transgender children face a society slow to accept them

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