Inside Chile's Amaranta school for transgender children

A faculty believed to be the primary on the planet predominantly for transgender youngsters and their siblings opened in Chile final 12 months.

It is known as after the Mexican transgender baby-kisser Amaranta Gómez Regalado, and caters for kids elderly between 6 and 17.

Lots of the scholars dropped out in their earlier colleges after they started to transition.

They be informed conventional topics like math, science, historical past, English and artwork and participate in state tests.

The BBC’s Gender and Id reporter Megha Mohan experiences.

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