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KHQ Exclusive: An 8-Year-Old’s Transgender Transformation
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Parents often dream about who their children will grow up to be, but sometimes the answer isn’t at all what they had planned. Rob & Shannon Cox are one example. Their 8-year-old daughter, Aya, was born Aiden. “There wasn’t that light bulb moment, we didn’t really say, ‘Oh, we have a transgendered child here,’” Rob… read more »

Transfamily Kingston
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We are a Kingston Ontario, community based, support association for transgender people and their family members, friends and allies. We welcome transgender people of any age, with or without supporting family members; and family members with or without their transgender spouse, child or sibling. We have bi-monthly social meetings. Individual members are available for one-on-one… read more »

Crossing the Lines: Making Child Welfare Services Equitable for Transgender and Transsexual Youth and Other Youth who Cross Gender Lines
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A webinar by Lorrain Gale (Children’s Aid Society of Toronto), Jordan Zaitzow (Rainbow Health Ontario), and Jake Pyne (Trans PULSE) that raises awareness of the experiences of trans youth in child welfare, how biases in child welfare services affect trans youth, and how to provide affirming child welfare services.

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The name “Meem” is derived from the Arabic letter “m” which stands for “majmouaat mou’azara lil-mar’a al-mithliya” (a support group for lesbian women). In Arabic, the letter looks like this: ? The letter “meem” as an initial for the word “lesbian” (mithliya) and the word “transgender” (mutahawila) also symbolizes the anonymity of lesbians and transgenders… read more »

Camp Eclipse: OUT in the Woods
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Camp Eclipse: OUT in the Woods takes a strength based, harm-reduction, and solution focused approach to the issues faced by lesbian, bisexual, gay and transgender (LBGT) youth. Camp is open to any interested youth, between the ages of 16 and 24, from across the province, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. Camp builds upon the… read more »