Megan cracks open the book, and begins reading to her daughter.
“I am Jazz,” she starts. “For as long as I can remember, my favorite color has been pink.”
That’s Megan, an Orlando mother reading a children’s book to her 5-year-old. We’re not giving Megan’s last name or the name of her daughter to protect the child’s identity.
Her daughter wears a green shirt with shiny rhinestones, a grey skirt and ballerina slippers.
She’s a little shy around the reporter until Jazz, in the book, says she’s not like her friends. Jazz has a girl brain and a boy body.