Everything You Need to Know About Nonbinary Gender Identities by Anita Louise McCormick
Available At: Challenger Middle School
Categories : LGBTQ+
Description: Claims to “Explain[s] what it means to identify as nonbinary and discusses the challenges that come with having a gender identity that is not well understood.”
YA Label?: No
Notes: This book contains alternate gender identities. Normalizes harmful prescription of puberty blockers.
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Page 13: For many nonbinary people, the thought that their gender is different from their birth sex starts in childhood. Sometimes, the process of questioning gender starts at an early age.
Page 14: Includes a picture of a boy wearing a dress and looking in the mirror.
Page 17: Myths and Facts: Everyone is either male or female.
Page 47: Sometimes when teens are experiencing gender dysphoria, doctors prescribe medicine that inhibits, or slows down, the onset of puberty by blocking hormones, Drugs that block hormones are called GnRH agonists.
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