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Assisted Reproductive Technology : Books for Children
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This site provides a list of children’s books that parents can use to help explain to their children how they were conceived since children in gay families are often conceived through assisted reproductive technologies (ART). The site aims to be as inclusive as possible of all cultures and languages and includes books for parents in… read more »

Le respect et l’estime de soi: Parler de l’orientation sexuelle et de l’identité du genre avec nos enfants

Ce guide a été conçu pour répondre à la demande de parents lesbiens, gais, bisexuels, et transsexuels en quête de conseils sur la meilleure façon d’aborder la question de leur orientation et de leur identité sexuelle avec leurs enfants. Respect and Self-Esteem: Talking about sexual orientation and gender identity with our kids This guide was… read more »

Philadelphia Trans Health Conference – June 12-14, 2014
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Reserve your room at one of the hotels (Hampton Inn is where most of the kids hang out!)  opening for reservations on Feb.1 2014.   Now in its thirteenth year, PTHC proudly offers a space for Trans* people and our allies, families, and providers to come together to re-envision what health means for Trans* people.… read more »

TransWaves Podcasts: TYEF
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TransWaves Podcasts: Transwaves is a podcast produced by the Trans Youth Equality Foundation, where we interview trans youth, allies, providers, activists, families, and more to bring the voices of the trans child movement to a wider audience. Here you will find varied perspectives from all generations and backgrounds on what it means to be a… read more »

Questions and Answers: Gender Identity in Schools
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This document, Questions & Answers: Gender Identity in Schools, is intended to address the most commonly asked questions regarding the gender identity of youth in school settings. The goal of this resource is to assist educators, curriculum and program planners, school administrators, policy-makers and health professionals in the creation of supportive and healthy school environments for youth struggling with issues of gender identity.