Megyn Kelly Today

The GenderCool Project launched nationwide on February 20th, on Megyn Kelly Today!

Below, please find links to each of the program segments.

Hear the inspiring message one transgender girl and her parents want to share
When Chazzie Grosshandler was in fourth grade, she summed up the courage to tell her parents that she was not a boy, as she was designated at birth, but a girl. The 11-year-old shares her story and her parents, Jen and John, talk to TODAY’s Megyn Kelly on what the journey was like.

Sibling of one transgender girl speaks out: ‘It profoundly affected me in such a positive way.’
The three older brothers of Chazzie Grosshandler, an 11-year-old transgender girl, share their experiences learning to embrace their youngest sibling. They also speak about why it’s so important to embrace people of all gender and sexual identities. ‘I’ve just grown so much as a person,’ one of the brothers says on Megyn Kelly TODAY.

5 transgender teens talk about The GenderCool Project and how important it is to feel supported
Five transgender teenagers discuss the national campaign they are members of called The GenderCool Project, which promotes acceptance and support of transgender children and teens.

Founders of The GenderCool Project address myths about transgender kids, address rollback of rights
Gearah Goldstein and Jennifer Grosshandler, co-founders of transgender advocacy campaign The GenderCool Project, address misplaced fears some parents have. They also discuss the Trump administration’s rollbacks to transgender student rights. “That was harmful and that was hurtful to so many people,” Grosshandler says on Megyn Kelly TODAY.



New York Times

“These Transgender Children Say They’re Thriving. They Want to Help Others Do the Same.”





Dad of 12-year-old transgender child: ‘He’s trying to be his best self’



ABC News

What happened in my small town when my transgender daughter transitioned



People network

Transgender 14-Year-Old on the Powerful Coming Out Letter She Wrote to Her Entire High School



Chicago's WGN

Family of local transgender child creates ‘GenderCool’ campaign

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Help us open up understanding around the gender conversation by telling more and more stories of remarkable transgender children across the country.

DONATE The GenderCool Project seeks to reach every corner of the country with positive and powerful stories about who transgender kids and their peer allies are rather than what they are. We leave the labels at the door and build understanding through storytelling about the accomplishments of these remarkable young leaders.