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Trans moms discuss their unique parenting challenges during the pandemic – and what they worry about when things go back to 'normal'

By Derek P. Siegel, Ph.D. Candidate, Sociology, University of Massachusetts Amherst
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Between 25% and 50% of transgender adults in the U.S. have children. Some have kids before coming out as trans, others adopt or foster, and some use egg or sperm cells they’ve frozen – usually before starting hormone replacement therapy.

As a sociologist who studies inequality and reproduction, I noticed that there are few discussions of how trans people – particularly trans…

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