EN PFLAG Canada is Canada’s only national organisation that helps Canadians struggling with issues of sexual orientation and/or gender identity. PFLAG Canada supports, educates and provides resources to parents, families, friends, and colleagues with questions or concerns 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. FR PFLAG Canada est la seule organisation nationale qui soutient… read more »
Gender Spectrum provides education, training and support to help create a gender sensitive and inclusive environment for children of all ages. They provide, or arrange, consultation, training and events designed to help families, educators, professionals, and organisations understand and address the concepts of gender identity and expression. Useful to both parents and educators.
Provides information to the trans* and non-trans* population about transsexuality in order to advocate together the prejudices that surround it, while contributing to the advancement of society. There are some article available in English.
“both/and is a video that explores ideas of self, gender identity and gender expression. Ideal for elementary classroom viewing the video is accompanied by a curriculum guide available on MyGSA.ca. (http://bothand.mygsa.ca)” – Lee Hicks
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 »
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 »
Summer time, and the binding is hot! Our friends at the Self Made Men organisation have great hints about binding, and taking care of your binders. When you are no longer needing your binders, mail them to TYEF. We are low in binders, boys! We donate them to your trans brothers, so its a feel-good… read more »
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: 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 »
Nontraditional gender identity and expression have been ignored or pathologized in most school, agency, and family counseling settings. Transgender oppression is based on ignorance and fear of difference. Suggestions are given for counseling and advocacy using transgender and gender-variant persons’ strengths as a challenge to pathology-based frameworks.