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They might also be experimenting with different genders.New York City and State law protects students’ right to be free from discrimination on the basis of their gender identity or because some aspect of their appearance or behavior does not match stereotypes associated with their gender identity or their sex assigned at birth.
• “Gender Questioning” People who are questioning their gender identity might be wondering whether they identify as a boy, a girl or another gender.School faculty, administrators and staff also have an obligation to protect students from harassment and discrimination from other students.For example, transgender youth have reported being: • called derogatory names at school, such as “dyke”, “faggot,””it” and “he-she” by both other students and faculty; • prevented from using the restroom or locker room that corresponds to their gender identity and sometimes even being unable to use any restroom at school because of their gender identity; • beaten up because of their gender identity; • sexually assaulted because of their gender identity; • forced to fight to defend themselves resulting in suspension and/or expulsion; • forced to miss school because of suspensions or skip school because of fear resulting in missed learning opportunities; • forced to quit school because of their gender identity; • forced to attend psychiatric programs because of their gender identity; • ridiculed and / or punished by teachers for dressing and / or acting too “feminine” or “masculine”; • left with little or no academic support at school by faculty and administration • left with little or no emotional support at school by faculty and administration; • given no one they can reach out to for support about their gender identity at school; • made deathly afraid of being “outed” and skipping school as a result.• Arrange for transgender awareness training for faculty, staff, and administrators from a qualified community-based trainer.
Most people do not receive training or support in transgender awareness throughout their education or professional careers; it is not fair to assume that educators will arrive at their work already having learned the skills they need to work respectfully and effectively with youth from these communities.
Transgender boys identify as boys but were classified female when they were born. • “Gender Expression” refers to how people express their gender identity.