Become an Askable Parent with AMAZE

How To Talk About Gender

March 15, 2021 AMAZE.org Season 2 Episode 6
Become an Askable Parent with AMAZE
How To Talk About Gender
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Become an Askable Parent with AMAZE
How To Talk About Gender
Mar 15, 2021 Season 2 Episode 6
AMAZE.org

In this episode, you’ll hear from the wonderful Ran Courant-Morgan, Manager of Parent Education at Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts. Ran brings a very special dose of magic to their education work with parents, caregivers, and direct care professionals. In this episode Ran and host Christine Koh talk about how our culture is learning a new language and a new way to think about gender, how to practice using they/them pronouns, why it’s important to meet kids where they are at when it comes to conversations about sex and gender, and more. 

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Become An Askable Parent is a podcast from AMAZE.org. AMAZE creates free educational videos + resources to help families talk openly, honestly, and less awkwardly about sex, health, relationships + growing up. The goal of the podcast is to help parents learn how to communicate better (even when they don’t have all the answers!) so their kids know that they can ask them anything. 

Connect with AMAZE.org on YouTube (@amazeparents), Facebook (@amazeparents), Instagram (@amazeparents) and Twitter (@amazeorg).

Show Notes

In this episode, you’ll hear from the wonderful Ran Courant-Morgan, Manager of Parent Education at Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts. Ran brings a very special dose of magic to their education work with parents, caregivers, and direct care professionals. In this episode Ran and host Christine Koh talk about how our culture is learning a new language and a new way to think about gender, how to practice using they/them pronouns, why it’s important to meet kids where they are at when it comes to conversations about sex and gender, and more. 

Links:

Become An Askable Parent is a podcast from AMAZE.org. AMAZE creates free educational videos + resources to help families talk openly, honestly, and less awkwardly about sex, health, relationships + growing up. The goal of the podcast is to help parents learn how to communicate better (even when they don’t have all the answers!) so their kids know that they can ask them anything. 

Connect with AMAZE.org on YouTube (@amazeparents), Facebook (@amazeparents), Instagram (@amazeparents) and Twitter (@amazeorg).