TransLiance will meet at 7 p.m., Sunday, April 22, at Metropolitan Community Church, Rehoboth. Dr. Batya Hyman will address experiences of gender-fluid children and their families. A professor of social work at Salisbury University, Hyman created a course called The Lives of LGBTQ People. She often speaks in the community about lived experiences of LGBTQ persons.
This meeting is open to all LGBTQ+ people and their allies, friends and family. This presentation is also open to educators, administrators and parents. As always, newcomers are welcome, and anyone wishing to meet prior to the meeting can email Transliance@gmail.com.
The Rehoboth TransLiance is a social group for all LGBTQ people, their partners, family, allies and friends to network, learn, grow and come together socially in safe, friendly venues. The site was designed and founded for those seeking gender confirmation and is open to all who have a supporting interest in the community. Organizers welcome all who have an interest in protecting, understanding and supporting their interests.
The goal is to provide support through social interaction and a place that therapists and others would recommend for social development, for people to become more comfortable and confident.
The church is at 19369 Plantation Road, Rehoboth. For more information, go to www.meetup.com/Rehoboth-TransLiance.