Our family may not have gender-nonconforming children but ALL children should feel safe, loved and honored for who they are not the gender of their body or their emotional and physical likes or dislikes. We encourage our children to be individuals and not worry about boy things vs. girl things.
This should never have been a big deal or a reason for conversation with anyone regardless of relationship with our family and children. However, the amount of times our children have been teased and bullied due to their choice of clothing, accessories, nail polish, etc is unacceptable. No individual belongs in a box. Everyone is free to explore their own personality and interests without tying it to gender. ~ Sassy Viking Mama
Raising a Rainbow: An Interview with Author Lori Duron – Discover
We chat with Lori Duron, author and blogger of Raising My Rainbow, about her blog-to-book experience, parenting her gender-creative son, and being a positive resource in the community.Raising a Rainbow: An Interview with Author Lori Duron — Discover