Jazz wants to explore the dating scene but is still figuring out her own sexuality. Jeanette and Jazz attend a support group with other transgender people who share stories and guidance on transgender dating.
Ari’s friend Zach surprises her with a personal revelation that shocks her and Jazz. Meanwhile, with Ari home for the summer and getting back to her musical roots, she encourages Jazz to join her for an open mic night.
While creating a mermaid tail for an upcoming photo shoot, Jazz comes across a death threat posted online. Jeanette re-examines whether or not the family has acted in Jazz’s best interest over the past few years.
Jazz throws a middle school graduation party and invites a boy who is interested in her. Amid fears of male puberty setting in, Jazz and her parents visit the doctor and are faced with a big decision.
Jazz and her family sit down for a raw, in depth interview. The interview touches on early struggles in Jazz’s transition, how the family responds to their critics, Jazz’s role in the transgender movement and what lies ahead for Jazz and the family.
Jazz learns she needs surgery to avoid male puberty. Jeanette and Jazz decide to confront an anti-trans group that has been targeting the family, resulting in a heated public encounter. The family receives a threatening phone call.
After receiving another threatening phone call, Greg & Jeanette take action to ensure Jazz's safety. Jazz befriends a transgender girl, Noelle, & helps her take a big step in her transition. Jazz visits her therapist & makes a startling revelation.
To prevent Jazz from developing as a man, the Jennings go to California so Jazz can get surgery to replace her expired hormone blocker. Jazz's grandmother confronts a group of old friends and learns their true feelings about Jazz's transition.
Jazz undergoes surgery to have her testosterone blocker replaced, but complications arise that could have serious effects on her transition. Jeanette & Jazz go to the DMV for Jazz's driver's permit & attempt to have Jazz's gender changed to female.
Jazz is confronted by hateful callers when she's a guest on a local radio show. Later, Jazz attends a transgender support group and learns the shocking details of Noelle's transition. The family plans a big surprise for Jeanette's 50th birthday.
When Jazz starts exploring breast surgery, Greg and Jeanette disagree on how to proceed. Jazz receives flirtatious texts from a boy, but decides not to tell her parents.
For the first time ever, a boy shows a romantic interest in Jazz causing her & her parents to question how she will deal with dating & sex as a transgender woman. Meanwhile, the Jennings prepare for an intense physical test as they attend a mud run.
While Jazz goes on her first real date with a boy, the family wonders whether this could grow into something more serious. The caller who has been harassing the Jennings is identified, and Greg and Jeanette disagree on what action to take.
Jazz tells her parents she wants to have gender confirmation surgery before she completes high school, but learns there may be obstacles along the way. Jeanette struggles with the reality of the twins going off to college.
After a bottom surgery consultation, Jazz and her parents process the troubling diagnosis. Jazz also confronts her friend Mya's brother, who struggles to accept Mya's transition. Later, Jazz unwittingly finds herself on a date with a transgender boy.
Jazz and Jeanette agree to participate in Grandpa Jack's presentation on transgender issues, but worry they may be confronted by hate like at last year's town hall. The family travels to Pennsylvania to explore more options for her bottom surgery.
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