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Meet Jazz Jennings! Although born male, Jazz is a transgender female and has been living as a girl since kindergarten. Parents Jeanette and Greg have spent the years finding doctors to treat their daughter, while fighting the discrimination and misconceptions associated with what it means to be transgender. But, now that Jazz is 14, she is on the brink of the biggest challenge of her life: high school.Not only does Jazz face the normal struggles of a 14 year-old girl; boy crazy friends, mood swings, and body image issues, she must also contend with the unique challenges of being a transgender girl. Jazz is on a regimen of hormone therapy so that she can look and develop like the other girls in her school. But, Jazz struggles with comparing herself, and the lagging pace of her breast development to her friends.In four short years, Jeanette and Greg's youngest daughter will be a candidate for gender reassignment surgery. With that decision on the horizon, they must first survive four years of High School. With unconditional love and humor this close-knit family works together to face the many challenges ahead.
Jazz goes outside her comfort zone and tries "Dating in the Dark,'' hoping this will be a great way to get to know someone before telling them she's transgender; Jazz and her parents attend the Pride parade and meet a survivor of the Pulse shooting.
Jazz helps her transgender friend Lynn deal with bullying from her own mother; Jeanette struggles with the medical decisions Jazz is facing and decides to go to a support group; Jazz hopes for a call from the boy she met at Dating in the Dark.
Jazz goes on a date with new romantic love interest Shane; Jack and Jacky want Jazz all to themselves and host a sleepover; Jazz has to decide whether or not to sit for an interview with outspoken transgender bathroom rights critic Tomi Lahren.
Jazz Jennings(Jazz Jennings)
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