There are many resources available on and off campus at UC Davis for the Transgender community. Here are a few to get you started:. The Women's Resources and Research Center serves all marginalized genders including women and non-binary folks. Some of their resources include:. If you have SHIP you can check out this Facebook album with an easy to read informational chart made by SHCS and Anthem Blue Cross that details what services are available to transgender and nonbinary folks and who these providers are for these services. You can find this here.
Going from "Daddy" to "Mommy": What Will I Tell My Kids? - Family Equality
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Going from “Daddy” to “Mommy”: What Will I Tell My Kids?
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Long before I became a parent, my mother always told me that parenting is hard. At the time, I thought she was speaking about logistics: Changing diapers, driving kids around, making meals, talking to teachers about behavior problems and grades…Your to-do list becomes pages long. But after our kids Hailey and Riley came to live with us, I realized how very wrong I was. In my experience, logistics are the easiest part of parenting! No—the logistics of parenting are relatively easy.