This news article by the Toronto Star published on May 21st, 2011 was the original news article about Kathy Witterick and David Stoker and their baby Storm. The article, entitled: “Parents Keep Child’s Gender Secret”, goes into detail about the Kathy and David’s decision to maintain a gender neutral environment for their baby, Storm. This… read more »
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 »
Here is a video about Gender Identity. A video that goes over two-spirit, intersex and transgender issues that may effect Canadians. An informative video with subtitles and close captioning. The video details how being an ally is helpful, and how to be a considerate ally.
An interview with an Uganda LGBT rights activist Pepe Julian Oziema. While John Oliver and his show Last Week Tonight are a comedy show, it takes on serious topics. This is part two of the interview, which is the more serious of the two parts as it was a web exclusive. A serious look into… read more »
We are fortunate that Canada is as accepting as it is, even if we know we could still be better. Other countries are not always as accepting, and thus if you plan on travelling abroad, the information on the Government of Canada website may be relevant. Click here for the Government of Canada website’s guide… read more »
This archived website (No longer being updated) provides many resources for those people who may wish to conduct an academic project in regards to the transgender community.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.
Hi there! I am so very happy to have found this website. I am sharing the link to my blog post here, and now I am going to stalk your site for all the info I can get! I have much to learn. It is so nice to know that there is a supportive network… read more »
This resource links you to the Transgender Canada forums. A place where Canadians who need to speak or learn about Transgender Issues may find answers or help others with their questions. Click Here for the Transgender Forums