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Topic: Cynthia Tebbetts

In Transition/Becoming Cynthia

In 2008, The Telegraph launched a series designed to inform our readers on New Hampshire’s transgender community, which has only recently begun coming out of the shadows. Over a few months, we took an intensely personal journey inside the lives of people who feel they have been trapped by their own gender. Some parents may want to review the content as to its suitability for children.

School districts say nondiscrimination policies protect transgender students

NASHUA – The Nashua School District’s agreement to allow a third-grade transgender student to attend a new elementary school and be treated as a female … Full story    
Published:  September 30, 2012

Nashua School District applauded for accommodating transgender third-grader

After facing complaints that a transgender student was being discriminated against, the Nashua School District has agreed to let the student enroll at a new … Full story    
Published:  September 23, 2012

Transgender surgery led to whole new world for Cynthia Tebbetts

Cynthia Tebbetts has settled into a comfortable routine. On weekdays, she wakes up and feeds the cats, Lola and Skippy, before heading off to Cummings … Full story    
Published:  September 23, 2012

A look inside the operating room

There is a particular rhythm to this place. It starts with the dance of preparation, as scrubbed nurses circle around, grabbing bottles and boxes and … Full story    
Published:  September 17, 2012

Surgery completes the transformation

The countdown began more than 100 days before. Back in September, a thick cushion of weeks separated Cynthia Tebbetts from the moment her life would … Full story    
Published:  September 11, 2012

Woman Finding Acceptance With Herself

She settles into a blue wingback chair. Smooths her white blouse, which today, she’s paired with a blackpencil skirt, purse and pumps. Opposite her, in … Full story    
Published:  September 11, 2012