Bullying, Basketball, and Some Cool Kids in Kenosha My sister saw this excellent news report of kids who have the courage to speak up when they see someone being bullied. Be brave, speak up, whenever YOU can–You are NOT alone!
I am thrilled that Double Exposure made it onto the nomination list for the Teen Choice Book Award. Please help me spread the word, and please vote–it’s fun, fast and easy, I promise! Click here to vote:https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SLXJ2G3
How will you answer Leelah’s call for change? The recent death of Leelah (Joshua Alcorn) has created a storm of responses. Some coming from a place of love and compassion, others ringing with anger, blame, and the same intolerance that propagated the pain, which led to Leelah’s fatal decision. Those of us who’ve read Leelah’s suicide note… Continue reading A Call for Compassion for Trans Teens (And Parents, Too)
I had the great pleasure of appearing on the Mitch Henck Show on December 3, 2014. In this radio interview, we talked about my book Double Exposure, and some of the important themes it brings up, such as dealing with differences, the meaning of intersex, and the importance of anti-bullying initiatives.
I recently ran across this u-tube video which gives a simple yet clear explanation of dyslexia, a very common learning challenge. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zafiGBrFkRM]