Wilfred Drechsler, Netherlands talk show and documentary, video, 25', in Dutch with English subtitles. There is an interactive programme for youth after the screening. Originally made as a tv show by the evangelical broadcaster EO in the Netherlands. Jamie 14 and Danique 15 are young and active girls who have many friends at school. But then the youngsters tell us about their gender dysphoria and being born as boys.
Download the flyer here. Get Bent was created in as a positive and proactive response to the lack of non-commercial queer space in Manchester. Run by the Kaffequeeria collective, the festival featured live music, spoken word, performance art, film and discussion. Get Bent will serve as a safe space for all genders and sexualities to come together in celebration — creating a wide variety of programming by supporting diverse people to create diverse events. Get Bent will take place at various locations in and around the Manchester area from Friday 24th August to Sunday 2nd September
Additional chapters in This Section include:. Media interest in young transsexuals has always been high, leading to an uncomfortable feeling of possible exploitation in a few cases. Introduction This article discusses the treatment of transsexual boy-to-girl children.
One of the most important and difficult tasks that parents face is how to best support their children while also setting the kind of boundaries and structure that helps them grow up to become responsible and successful adults. Sure, children and teens love to test the boundaries that adults set for them. Gender identity and expression are central to the way we see ourselves and engage in the world around us. This is certainly true of transgender and gender-expansive children and teens, for whom family support is absolutely critical. Studies show that familial rejection can:.