A Boy Like Me
Born a girl, Peyton Honeycutt meets Tara Parks in the eighth grade bathroom shortly after he gets his first period. It is the best and worst day of his life. Determined to impress Tara, Peyton sets out to win her love by mastering the drums and basketball. He takes on Tara's small-minded mother, the bully at school, and the prejudices within his conservative hometown. In the end, Peyton must accept and stand up for who he is or lose the woman he loves.
LGBTQ (Gender and Sexuality); Transgender; transgender teenager; girl to boy
mother and father
girl to boy transgender
sexual orientation; high school; bullies; love; friends; period; menstruation; music; drums; basketball
Wood, Jennie, "A Boy Like Me" (2015). DIVerse Families. 823.