The following guidance is primarily for child aged players. 

A child’s appearance may appear alarming to other children. While it is obvious to an adult that it shouldn’t matter, and may not come off as a necessary concern for accommodation, it’s important to communicate with other children in the group in advance, not only for to allow them a better understanding of individuality and differences, but to also reduce any potential negative reaction the impacted child might receive.

This falls back onto pre-session communication, with a focus on discussing how differences are only singular aspects of any person’s identity and nowhere near an accounting of the sum of who they are.

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