The 30-year-old state senator-elect made history earlier this month when she was selected to become the highest-ranking openly trans official in America.
Sarah McBride has made history as the highest-ranking Trans official in American history.
The 30-year-old, who beat Republican Steve Washington in Delaware, said she hopes her win shows LGBTQ kids "that our democracy is big enough for them."
The LGBTQ rights advocate won a Democratic state Senate primary in Delaware this week.
“For They Know Not What They Do” profiles the Delaware state Senate candidate, who is transgender, and her Christian parents' journey to accepting their daughter.
McBride would be the first openly transgender state senator in U.S. history if she wins the 2020 race to replace a retiring Democrat.
Students who transition from male to female, however, will not be automatically eligible to receive a degree from the institution.
Sarah McBride, a trans woman and national press secretary for the Human Rights Campaign, was harassed by two trans-exclusionary radical feminists.
McBride talks to HuffPost about being a public figure of trans experience, how she takes care of herself and her own idea of a queer future.
McBride's memoir, Tomorrow Will Be Different, hit stores on Tuesday.