Meeting Trisha Introduce the film From This Day Forward to students by letting them know that it's a documentary about a family in which the father came out as a transgender woman and changed her name to Trisha. And I also have a hard time with which gender to use. Mom was the primary breadwinner and Dad was the primary caretaker. I didn't know until that morning that it was going to be in the newspaper. Are you good with you being you, too?
Ask for a show of hands by other students who heard the same word or phrase and record that information in the same column next to the word or phrase.
If needed, provide some guidance, making clear that believing something to be true does not necessarily make your belief factual. Gee, am I still filming? And I also have a hard time with which gender to use. When I was young we lived in Chicago. The right to freedom of thought Article
And so vicariously it's as close as I could come. Included are possible responses that students may generate. Have each group post its high value questions to a new master list. Point out that students and teachers have only a limited number of responses AFTER human rights violations of sexual minority youth occur. And they'll also meet the younger daughter in the family, Laura, and Sharon and Laura's mother, Marcia. As children we didn't really understand what that meant.