What does that mean, anyway? My daughters were so different. One was very feminine. The second would rather wear grunge looking clothing to school but could rock a prom dress. My third daughter was my athlete, beautiful, flaunted her athleticism. Sweatpants and sweatshirt were her clothing choices at school but loves to dress up. In this culture of gender dysphoria our kids can get to get sucked into the unbiblical view of men and women. This is over-simplistic, I know. Issues involving our psyche are complex. But speaking the truth in compassionate love, prayer, using Scripture and resources like our Keys for Kids Unlocked teen devotional can help our kids navigate these difficult social waters. If we’re not talking about it, how can we possibly help our kids?