REVEALED: Kaiser Permanente held teen 'gender expression care workshops' to 'cope with fear of changes'

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On Monday, it was revealed that health care company Kaiser Permanente held multiple Pediatric Gender Expression Care workshops over the summers with topics ranging from managing fear of changes, to outward expressions of gender identity.

The workshop, which was brought to light by evolutionary biological Colin Wright on Twitter, was held virtually over the summer with eight sessions out over June, July, and August.

An email, obtained by Wright, outlined the eight week workshop series, stated that it “will provide a comfortable and safe environment for kids and their parents or guardians to explore social gender identity and learn ways to comfortably express themselves.”

The workshop was open to Kaiser Permanent members between the ages of 12-17 who identify as transgender or non-binary. Sessions were held separately from parents, with adolescents attending the first hour and parents attending the second hour. The final session, held on August 3, was held jointly.

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