Transgender isn’t something that Mom had never heard, someone being transgender is never a new thing to anyone anymore. It has happened and will always happen. She fully aware of what it meant, and Grandma Jacky understands it too. What they didn’t know is how comea kid could at such a young age know about transgender with so much certainty. Mom took all this information to my pediatrician, who, after giving her a pretty concerned look, recommended that we visit a child psychologist.
Jazz Jennings Bio: Age, Early Life
Jazz Jennings was born on the 6th of October, 2000. She is an American YouTube personality, spokes model, television personality, and LGBT rights, activist. Jennings is a notable transgender woman – one of the youngest people to be identified as transgender – publicly documented.
Jennings attends Dove’s Launch of “Girl Collective.” Jennings is known as the star of TLC’s who is an advocate for the trans teen community. She was born male but was diagnosed with gender dysmorphia and has since transitioned to female. As a result, “Jazz” was not her biological name, but just to maintain a level of personal privacy.
Jazz Jennings Real Name
“Jennings” is not her family’s real surname. Jazz’s biological name was Jared. According to In Style, Jared changes her name to Jazz after her sister played an incredible role as Princess Jasmine from Aladdin during a school play. The article was written in 2015, news had it that “her mother Jeanette started calling her Jazz only of recent.”
Is Jazz Jennings Really Transgender?
Recently it was posted on Instagram ‘So many people attempted to make this child get frustrated with their evil mindset hatred. She keeps hoping and doing her best even though they denied her freedom due to the intolerance of her in society.
She long desires freedom, and her heart beats with the gratifying rhythm of freedom yet so many others prefer the trepidations sound of fear and the unrelenting drum of cruelty could not allow them to let the small girl be. But the hope in her eyes and the love in her heart are confident.
View this post on Instagram “So many people attempt to cloud the purity of this child’s happiness with their tenacious hatred. Her eyes glisten with hope, yet they are still denied by the intolerance of society. Her heart beats with the gratifying rhythm of freedom yet so many others prefer the trepidation sound of fear or the unrelenting drum of cruelty. But the hope in her eyes and the love in her heart are confident that one day everyone will be able to hear that alluring melody of freedom if we can all just wish for one another to smile in the way of that little girl”
When Jazz was 5 years old, she was diagnosed with gender disorder identity that though she was male, but looked like a female and possesses feminine characteristics. Moreover, she likes todress as a female instead of a male. Jazz was the youngest person to be diagnosed with such. When she grew up and can talk, she let everyone know that she is a girl and had to be addressed as a girl.