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WATCH: Interview With Transgender Student Stella Keating

by The Next Family July 02, 2015

By Brandy Black

This is part one of a series of interviews that I will be doing with the adorable 10-year-old Stella Keating who just recently came out as transgender.  She opens up about how she told her parents, how life has changed since she said goodbye to Morgan and became Stella and what she hopes to achieve by doing this series with The Next Family.

If you are a transgender kid or a parent of a transgender child, feel free to ask questions that Stella can address in her next interview.


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