Parent Survey: Has your child identified as trans?
We need more data! Please take our survey. Make your voices heard and counted.
Thank you to those of you who participated in our December/January Parent Estrangement Survey. That survey has now closed, and the results are being analyzed. The data will be released on PITT in March.
As part of our continuing efforts to better understand the current cohort of trans-identified children and young people and their families, PITT is now sharing our second survey, this one for all parents who have children of any age who currently identify or identified in the past as transgender. The survey will be open until February 28th.
At PITT, we know there are numerous parents who have or had a trans-identifying child who announced this identity out of the blue. In order to develop greater insight into these children and their families, it’s important that as many parents participate in this survey as possible. Some of you belong to separate parent groups that have gathered important member data; for this one, we’re trying to gather information globally, so please share it widely.
This survey is completely anonymous and confidential. Your email address is not being recorded, and our only way of responding to any of your comments is if you choose to include your email address with them.
Thank you, and please click on the survey link here. You will need to pass the Math CAPTCHA to submit the form.
Done! Cannot wait to see the results.
I submitted the 2nd survey. Cannot fine the first one.