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0 to 100: 9102 22 A INS AT uns ouo 9t02 The Saturday Sun FEBRUARY 27, 2016 LIFE The transgender kids are all right LIFE 51 DID YOU KNOW: On a scale of 0 to 100, with a score of 50 representing the national average, the transgender kids in the study had average depression scores of about 50, compared with 48 for the control group. Study shows they have good mental health if they're allowed to be themselves plus 49 of their siblings and a control group of 73 non-trans- gender kids who were similar in age and gender identity. meaningful. For anxiety symptoms, th transgender kids had avera- scores of about 54, compa with 51 for the control gr and 52 for their siblings. difference was statisti meaningful, but the s were still below the ra which doctors typical nose anxiety or reco- On average, the transgen- der kids in the study were about 8 years old. None had though puberty or taken LISA RAPAPORT REUTERS gone hormones nearly all studies of young gender diverse kids show that they have much higher rates of depression and anxi- ety than other children," said to delay the onset of puberty. They all lived openly as the sex matching their gender treatment for the cor identity in their day-to-day life Researchers asked the chil- dren's parents to complete depression and mental health evaluation these transgen forms detailing symptoms of depression and anxiety exhib- asgen der kids who m their appearance a their gender identity lead study author Kristina an their sex assigned Olson, director of the TransY- may not necessar- ence mental health s more often than dren, a small U.S. ests. ed with their ming peers, these - children were no p have depression letting transgender chil- htly more prone mptoms. ng is quite sur- In addition, res found the scores fo internalizing sym outh Project at the University of Washington. "In contrast, these children are looking remarkably typi- cal" Olson added by email. The study results are sig- Heumann and his brother Asher, 7. Daniel was born a girl and nificant because a grow- named Naima. but has identified as a boy ever since he knew ing number of parents are were much lowe from previous s Transgend ited by the kids. SUSAN OSBORNE/AP Daniel Heumann, left, poses with his parents Micah and Sara On a scale of 0 to 100, with a score of 50 representing the internalizing national average, the trans- gender kids in the study had at risk or in average depression scores of about 50, compared with gender c 48 for the control group and age score 49 for their siblings - differ- enough ences that weren't statistically monitor current stud gen- 52, too low about gender, Micah Heumann said. In two ear between social transitioning and mental health, Olson and colleagues studied 73 trans- gender children ages 3 to 12, dren make what's known as a social transi tion, allow- ing them to change things like their clothes and hair to match their gender identity, researchers note in the jour- nal Pediatrics. To explore the connection doto The transge Study shows they have good mental health if they're allowed to be themselves LISA RAPAPORT REUTERS nearly all studies of yo gender diverse kids they have much th stancest-sucks: crednt: pardonmewhileipanic: In other news, water is wet Let the children be themselves no fucking shit โ€˜trans kids feel better if they can be themselvesโ€™ โ€˜dogs feel good when you donโ€™t hit themโ€™ โ€˜you donโ€™t feel hungry if you eatโ€™
0 to 100: 9102 22 A INS AT uns ouo
 9t02
 The Saturday Sun
 FEBRUARY 27, 2016
 LIFE
 The transgender kids are all right
 LIFE 51
 DID YOU KNOW:
 On a scale of 0 to 100, with a score of 50 representing
 the national average, the transgender kids in the
 study had average depression scores of about 50,
 compared with 48 for the control group.
 Study shows they have good
 mental health if they're
 allowed to be themselves
 plus 49 of their siblings and a
 control group of 73 non-trans-
 gender kids who were similar
 in age and gender identity.
 meaningful.
 For anxiety symptoms, th
 transgender kids had avera-
 scores of about 54, compa
 with 51 for the control gr
 and 52 for their siblings.
 difference was statisti
 meaningful, but the s
 were still below the ra
 which doctors typical
 nose anxiety or reco-
 On average, the transgen-
 der kids in the study were
 about 8 years old. None had
 though puberty or taken
 LISA RAPAPORT
 REUTERS
 gone
 hormones
 nearly all studies of young
 gender diverse kids show
 that they have much higher
 rates of depression and anxi-
 ety than other children," said
 to delay the onset
 of puberty.
 They all lived openly as the
 sex matching their gender treatment for the cor
 identity in their day-to-day
 life
 Researchers asked the chil-
 dren's parents to complete depression and
 mental health evaluation these transgen
 forms detailing symptoms of
 depression and anxiety exhib-
 asgen der kids who
 m their appearance
 a their gender identity lead study author Kristina
 an their sex assigned Olson, director of the TransY-
 may not necessar-
 ence mental health
 s more often than
 dren, a small U.S.
 ests.
 ed with their
 ming peers, these
 - children were no
 p have depression letting transgender chil-
 htly more prone
 mptoms.
 ng is quite sur-
 In addition, res
 found the scores fo
 internalizing sym
 outh Project at the University
 of Washington.
 "In contrast, these children
 are looking remarkably typi-
 cal" Olson added by email.
 The study results are sig- Heumann and his brother Asher, 7. Daniel was born a girl and
 nificant because a grow- named Naima. but has identified as a boy ever since he knew
 ing number of parents are
 were much lowe
 from previous s
 Transgend
 ited by the kids.
 SUSAN OSBORNE/AP
 Daniel Heumann, left, poses with his parents Micah and Sara
 On a scale of 0 to 100, with
 a score of 50 representing the internalizing
 national average, the trans-
 gender kids in the study had at risk or in
 average depression scores
 of about 50, compared with gender c
 48 for the control group and age score
 49 for their siblings - differ- enough
 ences that weren't statistically monitor
 current stud
 gen-
 52, too low
 about gender, Micah Heumann said.
 In two ear
 between social transitioning
 and mental health, Olson and
 colleagues studied 73 trans-
 gender children ages 3 to 12,
 dren make what's known as
 a social transi tion, allow-
 ing them to change things
 like their clothes and hair to
 match their gender identity,
 researchers note in the jour-
 nal Pediatrics.
 To explore the connection
 doto

 The transge
 Study shows they have good
 mental health if they're
 allowed to be themselves
 LISA RAPAPORT
 REUTERS
 nearly all studies of yo
 gender diverse kids
 they have much
 th
stancest-sucks:

crednt:

pardonmewhileipanic:

In other news, water is wet 

Let the children be themselves

no fucking shit


โ€˜trans kids feel better if they can be themselvesโ€™
โ€˜dogs feel good when you donโ€™t hit themโ€™
โ€˜you donโ€™t feel hungry if you eatโ€™

stancest-sucks: crednt: pardonmewhileipanic: In other news, water is wet Let the children be themselves no fucking shit โ€˜trans ki...

0 to 100: 9102 22 A INS AT uns ouo 9t02 The Saturday Sun FEBRUARY 27, 2016 LIFE The transgender kids are all right LIFE 51 DID YOU KNOW: On a scale of 0 to 100, with a score of 50 representing the national average, the transgender kids in the study had average depression scores of about 50, compared with 48 for the control group. Study shows they have good mental health if they're allowed to be themselves plus 49 of their siblings and a control group of 73 non-trans- gender kids who were similar in age and gender identity. meaningful. For anxiety symptoms, th transgender kids had avera- scores of about 54, compa with 51 for the control gr and 52 for their siblings. difference was statisti meaningful, but the s were still below the ra which doctors typical nose anxiety or reco- On average, the transgen- der kids in the study were about 8 years old. None had though puberty or taken LISA RAPAPORT REUTERS gone hormones nearly all studies of young gender diverse kids show that they have much higher rates of depression and anxi- ety than other children," said to delay the onset of puberty. They all lived openly as the sex matching their gender treatment for the cor identity in their day-to-day life Researchers asked the chil- dren's parents to complete depression and mental health evaluation these transgen forms detailing symptoms of depression and anxiety exhib- asgen der kids who m their appearance a their gender identity lead study author Kristina an their sex assigned Olson, director of the TransY- may not necessar- ence mental health s more often than dren, a small U.S. ests. ed with their ming peers, these - children were no p have depression letting transgender chil- htly more prone mptoms. ng is quite sur- In addition, res found the scores fo internalizing sym outh Project at the University of Washington. "In contrast, these children are looking remarkably typi- cal" Olson added by email. The study results are sig- Heumann and his brother Asher, 7. Daniel was born a girl and nificant because a grow- named Naima. but has identified as a boy ever since he knew ing number of parents are were much lowe from previous s Transgend ited by the kids. SUSAN OSBORNE/AP Daniel Heumann, left, poses with his parents Micah and Sara On a scale of 0 to 100, with a score of 50 representing the internalizing national average, the trans- gender kids in the study had at risk or in average depression scores of about 50, compared with gender c 48 for the control group and age score 49 for their siblings - differ- enough ences that weren't statistically monitor current stud gen- 52, too low about gender, Micah Heumann said. In two ear between social transitioning and mental health, Olson and colleagues studied 73 trans- gender children ages 3 to 12, dren make what's known as a social transi tion, allow- ing them to change things like their clothes and hair to match their gender identity, researchers note in the jour- nal Pediatrics. To explore the connection doto The transge Study shows they have good mental health if they're allowed to be themselves LISA RAPAPORT REUTERS nearly all studies of yo gender diverse kids they have much th pardonmewhileipanic: In other news, water is wet Let the children be themselves
0 to 100: 9102 22 A INS AT uns ouo
 9t02
 The Saturday Sun
 FEBRUARY 27, 2016
 LIFE
 The transgender kids are all right
 LIFE 51
 DID YOU KNOW:
 On a scale of 0 to 100, with a score of 50 representing
 the national average, the transgender kids in the
 study had average depression scores of about 50,
 compared with 48 for the control group.
 Study shows they have good
 mental health if they're
 allowed to be themselves
 plus 49 of their siblings and a
 control group of 73 non-trans-
 gender kids who were similar
 in age and gender identity.
 meaningful.
 For anxiety symptoms, th
 transgender kids had avera-
 scores of about 54, compa
 with 51 for the control gr
 and 52 for their siblings.
 difference was statisti
 meaningful, but the s
 were still below the ra
 which doctors typical
 nose anxiety or reco-
 On average, the transgen-
 der kids in the study were
 about 8 years old. None had
 though puberty or taken
 LISA RAPAPORT
 REUTERS
 gone
 hormones
 nearly all studies of young
 gender diverse kids show
 that they have much higher
 rates of depression and anxi-
 ety than other children," said
 to delay the onset
 of puberty.
 They all lived openly as the
 sex matching their gender treatment for the cor
 identity in their day-to-day
 life
 Researchers asked the chil-
 dren's parents to complete depression and
 mental health evaluation these transgen
 forms detailing symptoms of
 depression and anxiety exhib-
 asgen der kids who
 m their appearance
 a their gender identity lead study author Kristina
 an their sex assigned Olson, director of the TransY-
 may not necessar-
 ence mental health
 s more often than
 dren, a small U.S.
 ests.
 ed with their
 ming peers, these
 - children were no
 p have depression letting transgender chil-
 htly more prone
 mptoms.
 ng is quite sur-
 In addition, res
 found the scores fo
 internalizing sym
 outh Project at the University
 of Washington.
 "In contrast, these children
 are looking remarkably typi-
 cal" Olson added by email.
 The study results are sig- Heumann and his brother Asher, 7. Daniel was born a girl and
 nificant because a grow- named Naima. but has identified as a boy ever since he knew
 ing number of parents are
 were much lowe
 from previous s
 Transgend
 ited by the kids.
 SUSAN OSBORNE/AP
 Daniel Heumann, left, poses with his parents Micah and Sara
 On a scale of 0 to 100, with
 a score of 50 representing the internalizing
 national average, the trans-
 gender kids in the study had at risk or in
 average depression scores
 of about 50, compared with gender c
 48 for the control group and age score
 49 for their siblings - differ- enough
 ences that weren't statistically monitor
 current stud
 gen-
 52, too low
 about gender, Micah Heumann said.
 In two ear
 between social transitioning
 and mental health, Olson and
 colleagues studied 73 trans-
 gender children ages 3 to 12,
 dren make what's known as
 a social transi tion, allow-
 ing them to change things
 like their clothes and hair to
 match their gender identity,
 researchers note in the jour-
 nal Pediatrics.
 To explore the connection
 doto

 The transge
 Study shows they have good
 mental health if they're
 allowed to be themselves
 LISA RAPAPORT
 REUTERS
 nearly all studies of yo
 gender diverse kids
 they have much
 th
pardonmewhileipanic:

In other news, water is wet 

Let the children be themselves

pardonmewhileipanic: In other news, water is wet Let the children be themselves

0 to 100: 9102 22 A INS AT uns ouo 9t02 The Saturday Sun FEBRUARY 27, 2016 LIFE The transgender kids are all right LIFE 51 DID YOU KNOW: On a scale of 0 to 100, with a score of 50 representing the national average, the transgender kids in the study had average depression scores of about 50, compared with 48 for the control group. Study shows they have good mental health if they're allowed to be themselves plus 49 of their siblings and a control group of 73 non-trans- gender kids who were similar in age and gender identity. meaningful. For anxiety symptoms, th transgender kids had avera- scores of about 54, compa with 51 for the control gr and 52 for their siblings. difference was statisti meaningful, but the s were still below the ra which doctors typical nose anxiety or reco- On average, the transgen- der kids in the study were about 8 years old. None had though puberty or taken LISA RAPAPORT REUTERS gone hormones nearly all studies of young gender diverse kids show that they have much higher rates of depression and anxi- ety than other children," said to delay the onset of puberty. They all lived openly as the sex matching their gender treatment for the cor identity in their day-to-day life Researchers asked the chil- dren's parents to complete depression and mental health evaluation these transgen forms detailing symptoms of depression and anxiety exhib- asgen der kids who m their appearance a their gender identity lead study author Kristina an their sex assigned Olson, director of the TransY- may not necessar- ence mental health s more often than dren, a small U.S. ests. ed with their ming peers, these - children were no p have depression letting transgender chil- htly more prone mptoms. ng is quite sur- In addition, res found the scores fo internalizing sym outh Project at the University of Washington. "In contrast, these children are looking remarkably typi- cal" Olson added by email. The study results are sig- Heumann and his brother Asher, 7. Daniel was born a girl and nificant because a grow- named Naima. but has identified as a boy ever since he knew ing number of parents are were much lowe from previous s Transgend ited by the kids. SUSAN OSBORNE/AP Daniel Heumann, left, poses with his parents Micah and Sara On a scale of 0 to 100, with a score of 50 representing the internalizing national average, the trans- gender kids in the study had at risk or in average depression scores of about 50, compared with gender c 48 for the control group and age score 49 for their siblings - differ- enough ences that weren't statistically monitor current stud gen- 52, too low about gender, Micah Heumann said. In two ear between social transitioning and mental health, Olson and colleagues studied 73 trans- gender children ages 3 to 12, dren make what's known as a social transi tion, allow- ing them to change things like their clothes and hair to match their gender identity, researchers note in the jour- nal Pediatrics. To explore the connection doto The transge Study shows they have good mental health if they're allowed to be themselves LISA RAPAPORT REUTERS nearly all studies of yo gender diverse kids they have much th pardonmewhileipanic: In other news, water is wet Let the children be themselves
0 to 100: 9102 22 A INS AT uns ouo
 9t02
 The Saturday Sun
 FEBRUARY 27, 2016
 LIFE
 The transgender kids are all right
 LIFE 51
 DID YOU KNOW:
 On a scale of 0 to 100, with a score of 50 representing
 the national average, the transgender kids in the
 study had average depression scores of about 50,
 compared with 48 for the control group.
 Study shows they have good
 mental health if they're
 allowed to be themselves
 plus 49 of their siblings and a
 control group of 73 non-trans-
 gender kids who were similar
 in age and gender identity.
 meaningful.
 For anxiety symptoms, th
 transgender kids had avera-
 scores of about 54, compa
 with 51 for the control gr
 and 52 for their siblings.
 difference was statisti
 meaningful, but the s
 were still below the ra
 which doctors typical
 nose anxiety or reco-
 On average, the transgen-
 der kids in the study were
 about 8 years old. None had
 though puberty or taken
 LISA RAPAPORT
 REUTERS
 gone
 hormones
 nearly all studies of young
 gender diverse kids show
 that they have much higher
 rates of depression and anxi-
 ety than other children," said
 to delay the onset
 of puberty.
 They all lived openly as the
 sex matching their gender treatment for the cor
 identity in their day-to-day
 life
 Researchers asked the chil-
 dren's parents to complete depression and
 mental health evaluation these transgen
 forms detailing symptoms of
 depression and anxiety exhib-
 asgen der kids who
 m their appearance
 a their gender identity lead study author Kristina
 an their sex assigned Olson, director of the TransY-
 may not necessar-
 ence mental health
 s more often than
 dren, a small U.S.
 ests.
 ed with their
 ming peers, these
 - children were no
 p have depression letting transgender chil-
 htly more prone
 mptoms.
 ng is quite sur-
 In addition, res
 found the scores fo
 internalizing sym
 outh Project at the University
 of Washington.
 "In contrast, these children
 are looking remarkably typi-
 cal" Olson added by email.
 The study results are sig- Heumann and his brother Asher, 7. Daniel was born a girl and
 nificant because a grow- named Naima. but has identified as a boy ever since he knew
 ing number of parents are
 were much lowe
 from previous s
 Transgend
 ited by the kids.
 SUSAN OSBORNE/AP
 Daniel Heumann, left, poses with his parents Micah and Sara
 On a scale of 0 to 100, with
 a score of 50 representing the internalizing
 national average, the trans-
 gender kids in the study had at risk or in
 average depression scores
 of about 50, compared with gender c
 48 for the control group and age score
 49 for their siblings - differ- enough
 ences that weren't statistically monitor
 current stud
 gen-
 52, too low
 about gender, Micah Heumann said.
 In two ear
 between social transitioning
 and mental health, Olson and
 colleagues studied 73 trans-
 gender children ages 3 to 12,
 dren make what's known as
 a social transi tion, allow-
 ing them to change things
 like their clothes and hair to
 match their gender identity,
 researchers note in the jour-
 nal Pediatrics.
 To explore the connection
 doto

 The transge
 Study shows they have good
 mental health if they're
 allowed to be themselves
 LISA RAPAPORT
 REUTERS
 nearly all studies of yo
 gender diverse kids
 they have much
 th
pardonmewhileipanic:

In other news, water is wet 

Let the children be themselves

pardonmewhileipanic: In other news, water is wet Let the children be themselves

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