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Wife, mother, friend and award-winning author. Cheryl B. Evans was born and raised in Canada. She has been happily married to her husband for more than twenty-three years and together they have raised two wonderful children, one of whom is transgender.

In her spare time, Cheryl is an avid reader of non-fiction books and when she isn't writing or reading, she enjoys painting on canvas with acrylics. Cheryl's close friend writes this about her: "As a person Cheryl B. Evans is determined, and ambitious, frank, persistent and supportive. She loves to laugh, drink flavoured coffee and eat chocolate. She will stop at nothing to support your kids, husband and family. She provides support to friends when they call crying. She is an advisor to all.
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Cheryl B. Evans I will usually take a short walk to clear my head and get some fresh air. If I can take my mind off the project for even a short time more often than…moreI will usually take a short walk to clear my head and get some fresh air. If I can take my mind off the project for even a short time more often than not the ideas begin to flow. It's when I try to force the ideas that writer's block becomes an issue.(less)
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My Daughter Says She's a Boy.�� Now What?

Five steps to follow when your child comes out as transgender.

1.�� ��Breathe!�� ��When we conceive a child, we do so without any guarantee of gender.�� Even��though we may have our expectations, there is no guarantee.�� Once our baby is born, their sex is assigned at birth.�� We assume, like most parents, that their gender will align with their biologica... Read more of this blog post »
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Transfigured delivers an uplifting and much needed affirming devotional for gender-queer and transgender people. It offers comfort and healing as it unravels the t
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"Cheryl was definitely picked to be Jordan’s mom. She explains everything her family went through and empathizes with Jordan’s struggles. This book is an excellent tool for advocating for transgendered individuals, while educating others to their r..." Read more of this review »
My Mummy is an Engineer by Kerrine Bryan
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What Does God Think?  Transgender People and The Bible by Cheryl B. Evans
"You are who you are born to be

My child came out a year ago. He never hid his identity. I always hoped it would change. I am now embracing my true son and hope this world will see him for the awesome compassionate human being he is. My biggest fear..." Read more of this review »
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“Everyone's life matters and everyone deserves to be happy but not everyone is in a place where they think, or even believe, happiness is possible.”
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“Transgender women do not think of themselves as men wearing women's clothing, they ARE women.”
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