Please join us for a screening of National Geographic’s Gender Revolution, including a panel discussion moderated by Safe Schools, featuring LHS students and a family featured in the film.
May 15, 7-9pm (Doors open at 6:45pm)
Clark Middle School
Parents of children of all ages, middle & high school students, business/community leaders and anyone who wants to better understand gender identity are encouraged to attend.
12% Millennials identify as transgender or nonbinary
2.9% Massachusetts high school students identify as transgender
3 yrs Age at which gender awareness begins
* How has our understanding of gender evolved?
* How is gender different from romantic attraction?
* What is gender dysphoria and how is it treated?
* What do people of varying gender identities say? What do parents say? What do scientists say?
* How do I talk to my kids about all of this?
* How do our families, schools, and communities work together to be more welcoming and respectful of all people, including people of varying gender identities?
Critically acclaimed, Gender Revolution follows Katie Couric as she travels coast to coast to meet with the leading scientists and experts to answer questions about gender identity. She also speaks with ordinary people who find their bodies and lives on the front line of a rapidly changing world. This film examines roles of science, politics, and culture on gender, shedding light on the countless untold stories of struggle, understanding, ignorance, and love. Panel discussion following the film.
Sponsored by: School Health Advisory Council “SHAC”, LexPride, LHS GSA, PTA/O Presidents Council (PPC), Diamond PTA, Community Coalition-Mental Health Subcommittee and Greater Boston PFLAG
Contact Information: LexPrideMA@gmail.com
Categories: Community Event