Skyler Pfeil, a transgender 15-year-old who loves art and the outdoors, hopes to have breast-removal surgery soon. Of the female body he was born with, he says, “I felt it was wrong.” Getting medical intervention to transform his appearance to match his male identity has been difficult.
Skyler Pfeil, a transgender 15-year-old who loves art and the outdoors, hopes to have breast-removal surgery soon. Of the female body he was born with, he says, “I felt it was wrong.” Getting medical intervention to transform his appearance to match his male identity has been difficult. Erika Schultz The Seattle Times
Skyler Pfeil, a transgender 15-year-old who loves art and the outdoors, hopes to have breast-removal surgery soon. Of the female body he was born with, he says, “I felt it was wrong.” Getting medical intervention to transform his appearance to match his male identity has been difficult. Erika Schultz The Seattle Times

Transgender kids: A family quest, a medical quandary

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