Here we are at the end of December and my annual recap of the year’s most popular posts. Sometimes I’m disappointed when a few of my personal favorites don’t make the cut. Thinking about it, I remember how surprised I was three years ago when my debut blog on The Huffington Post drew very few readers. I changed the headline on that piece to “The first Halloween my boy wanted to be a girl,” and it continues to be the most widely read post here. I know that post title really spoke to parents and families of gender-nonconforming children, because, personally, Halloween was a time I learned to better understand my kid Harry…and myself.
So here are headlines you clicked on the most. And if you missed any, now’s your chance to catch up on the 2016 blog roll.
I wish you all a 2017 filled with love, acceptance, inclusivity and peace. And for all of our LGBTQ family members, friends and their allies, let’s hope for a Happy News Year.
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