Last year, Scott Shields hired a painter for his house who was a transgender man. When his two children unknowingly misgendered the painter, Shields pulled them aside to explain pronouns. His children, who are in kindergarten and third grade, had already been introduced to different genders, so they grasped the concept easily, he said. “Once … Continue reading New sex education standards become target in N.J.
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