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Catherine McNamara

In: The SAGE Handbook of Youth Work Practice

Chapter 23: Supporting Trans, Non-Binary and Gender Diverse Young People: UK Methods and Approaches

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Supporting Trans, Non-Binary and Gender Diverse Young People: UK Methods and Approaches
Supporting Trans, Non-Binary and Gender Diverse Young People: UK Methods and Approaches
Catherine McNamara
Introduction

This chapter takes the work of the UK-based organization Gendered Intelligence (GI) as an example of youth work practice with young people who identify as transgender and/or non-binary. In this chapter, ‘trans’ is used to mean a broad spectrum of gender identities and gendered expressions and to include people who feel their gender identity does not sit comfortably with the sex they were assigned at birth, including but not limited to transgender and non-binary identified people. Not all non-binary identified people would identify as trans, and, as an umbrella term, trans does not suit all people ...

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