While we don’t know why LGBTQ+ identities may be more common among people with autism, we do know that support and acceptance are important.
A child’s gender identity may change as they become pre-teens and teens with influence from their social environment and through self-reflection.
Easing your kids into a routine is no easy task, but here are a few things to keep in mind.
When your child decides to “come out,” which is the process where an individual shares his/her identity as a LGBTQ+ person, realize it is an act of courage and trust.
Dr. Yasmine Kirkorian answers a reader’s question about whether ear piercing is safer at a tattoo parlor or a mall kiosk.