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
Author: Audra Williams The National Post, September 11th, 2015 Everybody in dresses: Why does gender neutral clothing always mean ‘boy’ clothes for girls? Click here to read the article
http://contexts.org/articles/parent-transgender-children/ “Over the past few years, stories of transgender children celebrated by their parents have flooded the Internet. But how do these parents come to be supportive of their gender-variant kids? In a recent article in Gender and Society, Elizabeth Rahilly tries to answer that question. Her interviews reveal that instead of entering parenthood with gender-progressive ideologies, supportive parents learn… read more »
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 »
A short documentary by 16×9 on Global Television, interviewing two 10-year-old transgender children and their families.
Gender Odyssey Family is an expansion from their parent organization, Gender Odyssey. Gender Odyssey Family focuses on the needs and interests of the parents of transgender or gender-non-conforming children. They have an annual national conference that takes place over three days. The conference date for this year’s conference can be found on their website. Gender Odyssey… read more »
Linked here is a joint statement by the Canadian Association for Social Work Education (CASWE-ACFTS) and the Canadian Association of Social Workers (CASW) which clarifies their position on issues of social work education and social service provision with respect to gender diverse children and youth. A great resource for your own advocacy.
When your son says he’s a girl, or your daughter says she’s a boy, how do you handle it? In this article Dr Wells points out that: “the most appropriate approach is one of education, support and affirmation (for children and their families) in which gender identity and gender expression are seen as a spectrum,… read more »
Blog which became a website and then a best selling book. “Raising My Rainbow” is about a families journey when they realise that one of their children is gender creative.