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.
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
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.
MyGSA is an outreach program run by Egale Youth Reach. Based out of Toronto they seek to provide resources and support to students, schools, parents and educators who wish to create a gay straight alliance to help LGBTQ in their institution. They provide resources such as support for Parents of Transgender children as well as more general… read more »
Yee Won Chong shares a story about the challenges of navigating the world while transgender, and provides suggestions on being a good ally.
The aim of this report is to provide preliminary data on the health impacts of parental support for trans (transgender or transsexual) youth aged 16 to 24 in Ontario.
Camp Outright is a six day/five night residential summer camp program for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans*, queer, questioning, and allied (LGBTQQA) youth, ages 13-22, located in Vermont. Campers will be separated into two groups: ages 13-17 and ages 18-22. $350.00 sliding scale fee.
TransSask Youth is for anyone in Saskatchewan under 24 who is trans*-identified, genderqueer, intersex and gender creative. Friends, allies, and supporters are also welcome, for communication, camaraderie, and community building. TransSask Youth is a subsidiary of TransSask Support Services, Inc. TransSask Support Services, Inc. is a province wide support and resource network for trans*-identified, genderqueer,… read more »
Our mission is to provide transgender and gender-variant youth (8-15 years of age) with a safe, fun, and unique outdoor camp experience, and to foster leadership skills in a place where campers are able to express gender however they are comfortable and connect with others in similar situations. Camp Aranu’tiq is a tax-exempt nonprofit organization.… read more »