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James Finney Boylan was a successful writer, college professor and family man. He had a loving wife and two little boys. But he lived with a secret: He believed he was meant to be a woman. Hear the true story of how James Boylan became Jenny Boylan.
For more information on gender variance in children, please contact:
Dr. Edgardo Menvielle
Children’s National Medical Center
- Jennifer Finney Boylan Author, "She's Not There" (Broadway)
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