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What can i do so people understand that i am not looking for attention

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I'm a freshman in high school and I think I might be gay

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I don’t fell comfortable with my body, not in a self esteem sort of way more of it doesn’t feel right.

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Some days I feel like a girl and other days I don't feel like anything. Please help.

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My teen daughter says she wants to be a gay man. Is that possible?

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Is it possible to be born as a female and to think I should have been born a male?

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I don’t understand what I am.

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Is there a support group in place with scheduled meetings for teenagers through JFCS Philly?

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I know that physically I am female and I accept that and I wouldn't change that, but emotionally I feel like a male.

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I have fully embraced the fact that I am non binary. Do you have any advice on how to connect with people?

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ACAF Jewish Family and Children's Service of Greater Philadelphia 2015JFCS clients have a right to be treated with dignity and respect; free of all discrimination, including that which is based on race, age, sex, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, national origin, or disability; and not subject to any verbal, sexual, emotional, or physical abuse; or harsh or unfair treatment. To the extent possible, JFCS will make every reasonable accommodation to serve you consistent with our program services.

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We are in challenging and unprecedented times. As we all navigate this new way of living and working together, one thing that remains constant is that JFCs is here for our clients and we are here for each other.

 

We are watching closely what our City, State and Federal government is saying and doing and translating that into what that means for us as an organization.

 

We are exploring ways to reach members of our community using the core competencies that we all have to alleviate stress and anxiety. We are communicating with many similar agencies across the country to learn more and better understand policies put forth from our Governor and the Federal government.

 

Many in the community want to help our clients and want to know what plans we have put in place to reach the most vulnerable.

 

You can be reassured we remain committed to providing the best care we can offer to all of our clients during these challenging times.

 

We continue to closely follow the community needs of the community we serve and how we address these ever changing needs.

 

JFCS is here for you and we will get through this together. Stay safe.