When students are separated “by gender” for family life education classes, does that mean “transgirls” (boys who identify as girls) will be seated in the class with female students?

How does that work out when talking about the specific health issues related to female anatomy such as menstruation, pregnancy, and cervical cancer?

Are these transgender students informed that these female issues are something they will never face but rather that they need to worry about the things that boys and men must face?

If students are being told that their sex can be different than what is “assigned to them at birth,” do they still understand that their body will be, or at least can be, affected by those things that affect their “birth assignation” regardless of their gender identity?

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