The introduction provides an overview of the study and the book, including the historical and cultural developments that contextualize the research sample and related theoretical paradigms for understanding parents’ experiences. These include “feminist,” gender-neutral parenting principles; “intensive parenting” in the twenty-first century; and the LGBTQ rights movements. The introduction also examines the history of psychiatric research on gender-nonconforming children, leading up to the present-day.
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