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Call for Youth and Adults with Transgender Parents to Participate
The Kids of Trans Survey
(survey ended Dec 03 2007)
(link is to same survey as below, on COLAGE web site)

Do you (or did you) have one or more transgender parent/s? Be a part of COLAGEís Kids of Trans Resource guide! This guide will feature tips and resources exclusively for people with transgender parents. We will also include advice and experiences from people with transgender parents. Your story will help other KOTs know that there actually are many people with transgender parents, even if we sometimes feel like we are the only ones.

Please answer the following questions (in 100 words or less) and email your responses to kidsoftrans@colage.org by Monday December 03 2007. We will include excerpts from all the completed surveys in the resource guide in order to highlight the diverse voices of our community.

1. First Name and Last Initial
2. Age
3. Where do you live?
4. Who is in your family?
5. How did you find out that your parent/s is/are transgender?
6. What is the biggest challenge you have faced because you have a transgender parent/s?
7. What advice would you give to other people with transgender parents?
8. What do you wish other people knew about what itís like to have a transgender parent?

Please also provide the following information (for COLAGE office use only):
Phone Number:
Address:
City/State/Zip:
Birthdate:
Email Address:
Parents Name/s:

If you have questions or would like more information about the COLAGE Kids of Trans Program, please contact Monica Canfield-Lenfest, Kids of Trans Fellow, at monica@colage.org or 415-861-5437 x104.

Please pass this along to other people of all ages with one or more transgender parent/s or guardian/s.


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