I am Ryland – the story of a male-identifying little girl who didn’t transition

I am Ryland – the story of a male-identifying little girl who didn’t transition. This is a very interesting take on life and all things controversial.  (I did not write this one but the link will send you to this writer’s blog.)

About Amy Rafferty Slagle

I am a middle school teacher juggling career, husband (ooh la la), and twin tomboys (good grief). I have a passion for writing and crave laughter just about as much as frozen yogurt. This is my attempt at sharing the madness of my world, my mind, and my humor. View all posts by Amy Rafferty Slagle

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