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Apr 27, 2023

Dr. Lulu is a Nigerian-born queer, former US Air Force Lt. Col, disabled veteran, semi-retired pediatrician, 3-time TEDxSpeaker, 7-time bestselling author, youth suicide prevention activist, LGBTQ+ youth advocate and mom of a transgender young adult who lives in, and agitates the governor of Texas.

Top 3 Value Bombs:

1. We have to look at what we're doing to these children and how we're trying to cause something that's good and otherwise should be celebrated become something that is bad and almost a burden on the child.

2. LGBTQ+ persons became synonymous with the word closet. The idea was you hide this aspect of your life, you pretend it doesn't exist. We hide it in a place where no one will find it, which is what we do with closets.

3. Inviting in is about empowerment. It's about owning your ship as it were, that this is who you are and you have no apologies, and you’re only going to invite others into your space if you find you them worthy.

7 Mistakes Parents Make Even When They Want to Accept, Affirm & Support Their LGBTQ+ Children - Download Dr. Lulu's PDF

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