This archived website (No longer being updated) provides many resources for those people who may wish to conduct an academic project in regards to the transgender community. The site currently has a list of films that deal with gender related issues, a terminology list that includes all terminology that refers to LGBTQ people (the good,… read more »
E-Mental Health is a Canadian web service based in Eastern Ontario. They provide services year-round, 7 days a week. Their transgender information page is very useful and detailed. Click Here to view it. It is specifically tailored to parents and caregivers.
SextEd is a free, anonymous, non-judgmental, and inclusive way to get answers to any questions about sex and relationships and learn about community supports and medical services in Montreal. Text a question to 514-700-0445 or search past answers on the website to get an answer without assumptions on gender, bodies, or sexual orientation.
This website contains an enormous amount of resources for any person in the LGBTQ/TS community. The website found here, contains many resources but it’s two focuses are on two-spirit individuals and on suicide prevention among people who are LGBTQ/TS and it has a web resource linking to over 30 studies on suicide attempt research found… read more »
Beaconsfield United Church is located in the West Island area of Montreal, Quebec. It is part of the denomination of the United Church of Canada, and as such it is an affirming church which church welcomes members of the LGBTQ community.
The inspirational story of Ruth Wood, a Minister in the United Church and a transgender person.
Love has no labels, and this inspirational video visibly shows what that means. Very well made and thought out. Courtesy of Macklemore and Ryan Lewis. Featuring Mary Lambert.
Here is a webpage by Welcoming Schools that gives some advice on how to support transitions in young children. Welcoming Schools offers many tools for professional and institutional development to increase awareness and help affirm gender, embrace diversity and promote anti-bullying campaigns. A potentially useful resource to any educator or education facility.
This is a good example of a policy document that helps to illustrate the issues that transgender persons face, and how an institute, corporation or organization could legislate and then implement a policy or curriculum that would benefit transgender people by affirming their rights. Click this link to read the full document: Fenway Institute Policy… read more »
Linked here is the Washington based TransYouth project. From their about page, they describe themselves as follows: “The TransYouth Project aims to help scientists, educators, parents, and children better understand the varieties of human gender development.” Any interested in performing research in this area may find their website useful.