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    Wayne Maines embraces his son, Jonas, after a presentation at the University of Maine at Farmington about tolerance and acceptance. Nicole Maines, Jonas’ twin, was the topic of the book “Becoming Nicole,” the story of her battle as a transgender youth in Orono.

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    Jonas Maines speaks on Thursday at the University of Maine at Farmington. Maines’ transgender twin sister, Nicole, was the subject of the book “Becoming Nicole.”

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    Jonas Maines, twin brother of Nicole Maines, waits Thursday at the Emory Arts Center at the University of Maine at Farmington to tell about his experience of growing up with a transgender twin sister.

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    Wayne Maines gives a presentation Thursday about the book “Becoming Nicole,” by Amy Ellis Nutt, about his transgender daughter, Nicole, at the Emory Arts Center at the University of Maine at Farmington. The presentation was aimed at future and current teachers and how to deal with creating an open environment for transgender people.

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    Wayne Maines stands with his son, Jonas Maines, on Thursday before a presentation at the University of Maine at Farmington.

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    People buy copies of “Becoming Nicole,” by Amy Ellis Nutt, on Thursday at the Emory Arts Center at the University of Maine at Farmington.

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    Kelly Maines listens as her son, Jonas, talks to an audience Thursday at the University of Maine at Farmington about lessons in tolerance and acceptance after his experience of growing up with his sister, Nicole.

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    Wayne Maines talks about his family’s experience of supporting his transgender daughter, Nicole, who faced discrimination and intolerance, as a photo of her as a young child is shown in the background.

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