It’s possible for children to self-identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender at an early age. And it’s not uncommon for LGBTQ+ youth to come out during their pre-teen and teen years. For some families it can be a challenging time. Here you’ll find trusted information, as well as resources that support LGBTQ+ youth, and those who care about them.

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