Shehzil Imran, Reporter
With recent discussions on gender-affirming healthcare becoming more widespread, it’s made the question on if gender-affirming healthcare should even be allowed for those under 18 more popular. According to Columbiapsychiatry.org, research often shows that medical and psychosocial gender-affirming care improves the overall well-being of each and every transgender/non-binary child. This is significant since every child — or every person for that matter — deserves to feel comfortable and contempt in their body.
To find out more information as to what gender affirming healthcare is, what controversy has been surrounding it recently and how to support those who are transgender in your life, read the infographic below:
Gender-affirming healthcare information by Shehzil Imran
Sophomore Shehzil Imran is a reporter and this is her first year on staff. She enjoys loud music, making collages and bingeing horror movies. 
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