Gender Talk Kingston on CFRC-FM in Kingston, every Tuesday evenings at 5:00 pm (Eastern Time). Tune in: 101.9 MHz, stream online at http://www.cfrc.ca/listen or select a number of recent archives http://www.cfrc.ca/gender_talk
A program and fund that helps young trans, queer, and/or allied people create by-and-for sexual health projects and events in Quebec. Includes an application for funding and community support.
Tiring of gender stereotypes in children’s decor I, along with the help of some empowered and talented women, created a line of non-conforming throw pillows. These inspiring images include boys dancing and girls flying to the moon or celebrating a soccer win. I hope they inspire the founders of this website too!:)
“The ultimate goal is providing a learning and working environment for students and employees that is respectful and free of discrimination and harassment. Becoming aware of gender identity and gender expression issues, and raising awareness through policy development and training, will bring school boards one step closer to achieving this goal.” BLG – Accommodating Transgender… read more »
L’Observatoire des transidentités (ODT) est un site indépendant d’information, de productions de savoirs et d’analyses sur les questions trans, inter et les questions de genre. Le site et la revue “Cahiers de la transidentité” ont été fondés par M.-Y. Thomas, A. Alessandrin et K. Espineira. L’ODT s’appuie sur un réseau d’acteurs-actrices de terrain, d’associations-partenaires et… read more »
Out in Schools is an award winning organization using film and media presentations to bring awareness and education to LGBTQ+ issues throughout the province of British Columbia.
An article from the Human Rights Campaign in the U.S., interviewing Dr. Johanna Olson, an adolescent medicine specialist at the Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles. Click here for article
An on-line guide for parents of non-binary transgender children and youth, from Life Outside the Binary, a resource centre for non-binary people and their allies. Click for the guide
Here is an amazingly rich website filled with transgender resources, mainly designed for people living within the U.S. but many of these resources are international, or may benefit Canadians as well. Click here to visit the website.
Do you really know the progress that’s been made on this front in Canada? If you don’t think you do, this article might be what you need. Dating from 1861 where the sentence for being caught performing homosexual acts was reduced from the death penalty, to ten years imprisonment, Canada has been on a slow… read more »