Two summers ago, when Nathan Tasker was 13, his mom drove him from Melrose, Mass., to Maine, where he would attend his first session at a transgender camp. Nathan remembers feeling happy for the first time in years.
"I finally, finally finally was not alone," says Nathan, a young man with dark, sparkling eyes and a wise smile.
But even at this camp, Nathan expected to be different. He's transgender — and adopted.