National Geographic first published on the cover of the 9-year-old girl-transgender

"Gender representations quickly and radically change. Therefore, we will explore this topic in this month's through the lens of science, social systems and the history of civilization. We are, " said Susan Goldberg, editor of National Geographic.

The story of transgender Avery Jackson attracted the attention of the media thanks to the channel of the teenager on YouTube. Channel the child talks about "the difficulties of life of transgender". Avery - boy whose parents from early childhood, raised as a girl. According to the mother of the transgender Debi Jackson, the decision of raising a child has divided friends and family into two camps. Some support the family, others on the contrary, turned away from them and call this a wrong upbringing, breaking the psyche of the child.

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