Inside the school for transgender children – BBC News

Inside the school for transgender children – BBC News
Inside the school for transgender children – BBC News
This is I’m around to school. First school created the transgender people like we think, like you are a boy or a girl. I think the kids go one to another they’re more free than us. I think we have a problem, grown-up people. We want to tell you what, where you are. I keep your kids right, but boy or girl tell me. Sometimes they just want to play. They just want to grow up. I just want to be happy 22-23. The remainder identify as sick as they are friends and family of the transgender, have a number of these studies on transgender children studies. They say that a lot of the time, the majority of the time gender identity of what children feel in pre-puberty ordering. 28 time. We don’t really care about that here at school here at school. The kids are who they want to be now. There are two classrooms: people’s age 12 and up and a junior class to the younger ones. Many of the people who joined after falling out of the education system once they began to transition to last year. Previous tea, that’s a girls-only school help me the way I needed to so I decided to leave school and I I was like you the whole year without a school. You know who you are for me when I started growing up and my family started pushing feminine things to me like we’re, dresses, long, hair, makeup and stuff – and I start feeling like I am not. The school has been given funding for a year, but from March parents have been charged $ 7 a month to help secure its future existence. How much longer would you be able to do this with a child when you don’t get paid to be here laughing at 7 to be a traveling child? What does transgender mean to use the word? It’S like a normal thing is being myself and then I’m studying at home how you feel right now, what episode of should I head that way and the
A school believed to be the first in the world predominantly for transgender children and their siblings opened in Chile last year.

It is named after the Mexican transgender politician Amaranta Gómez Regalado, and caters for children aged between 6 and 17.

Many of the students dropped out of their previous schools once they began to transition.

They learn traditional subjects like maths, science, history, English and art and take part in state exams.

The BBC’s Gender and Identity reporter Megha Mohan reports.

Video journalist Yousef Eldin

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