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Two Cookies

June 22, 2016 | A kid gave my kid two cookies in a plastic wrapper yesterday. My kid was finally ready to go live at school as his true gender self. We were following the plan: new haircut, teachers and administrators on board. At the last minute he hung on the door of the minivan and didn't want to get out, so we said the verse together he had picked out for his transition (Joshua 1:9, “Be strong and courageous; do not be afraid, because God will be with you wherever you go”) and he got his courage up. We happened to walk into school with a BFF and dad, then climbed the steps together to the 5th grade hall, where the guidance counselor was hanging out in the classroom as planned, and the teacher gave me the signal. I hugged my kid. "Pray for me," he asked, as he always does. "As always," I said, and left. Read more »

BPFNA Hires Ximena Ulloa Montemayor as Program Manager for first Summer Conference held in Mexico

BPFNA Hires Ximena Ulloa Montemayor as Program Manager for first Summer Conference held in Mexico

June 20, 2016 | We’re excited to announce that we’ve hired Ximena (Mena) Ulloa Montemayor as Program Manager for our 2017 Summer Conference in Toluca, Mexico. This will be the first conference BPFNA has held in Mexico. The 2017 Summer Conference will be from July 17-22 at Misión Mazahua, a hacienda converted in 1978 by Norberto and Lisa Cortés to serve as a hub to provide services and support to the local indigenous Mazahua people. Read more »


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