A common question Brent & I get asked is, “How do you respond to random people who ask you about or assume Zoomer’s gender?” Here is a breakdown of what typically happens in our day-to-day interactions with strangers...
What does gender creativity look like for Latinx? How can language be adapted so that it is gender-inclusive? How does Latinx culture affect gender creative parenting?
Resilience is our ability to adapt or bounce back from adversity such as traumatic-stress. Here are three tips for raising resilient gender creative kids!
A hairstyle is an important part of someone’s identity –heck– hair has the ability to make or break someone’s day! We in the gender creative community celebrate individuality and root for the rebels!
There have only been a handful of times in Zoomer’s life (two years so far) where we have had to navigate formal documents and requests for a sex or gender designation
Read some of the in-depth responses Kyl gave in her interview with Alex Morris, author of the "It's a Theyby" article, in April 2nd's issue of New York Magazine.