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Tristan Vaught (left) and Nancy Dawson are the co-founders of clothing exchange Transform. A 17-year-old client Elliot Reed (far right) was the first customer when the space opened. Ann Thompson/WVXU hide caption

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Wardrobe Update: Clothing Exchange Caters To Transgender Youth

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Church of England guidance for schools encourages a "loving and hospitable community [where] pupils can explore their identity without fear of harm, judgement or being ostracized." Rawpixel Ltd/Getty Images/iStockphoto hide caption

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Q Daily, 11, said he'd prefer not to grow up. But he is now on the cusp of middle school, adolescence and facing his changing body. And for a transgender child, this time of life is particularly complex. Jennifer Hsu/WNYC hide caption

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A Transgender Child Faces Growing Up

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