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 »
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.
This news story, posted on June 8th 2014, details some information about the trials and tribulations of transgender youth. CBS News interviews several children as well as the parents, doctors and others. The article describes the basics of gender dysphoria along with some statistics and information about transgender children and youth. An interesting news story both… read more »
Affirm United is the organization through which United Church of Canada ministries become affirming. This organizations main website includes many potential resources for LGBT persons. Their Open Hearts document explains the process of how a ministry becomes affirming and has many resources for LGBT individuals. Click Here to open the Open Hearts .PDF document. Note:… read more »
The United Church of Canada is one of several affirming denominations in Canada. The United Church of Canada provides a transgender resource page which includes an interesting fact book which explains the various gender terms: Transgender, Intersex, Two-Spirit and many others with eloquent simplicity. Check out their resource page to find interesting stories of religious transgender individuals.
Stephanie Brill, a founder of Gender Spectrum, is interviewed on The Mother Company In this interview Brill discusses how to approach a child’s evolving gender expression. How does a parent react when a child expresses themselves in a way that does not conform to their biological gender? Should a child be allowed to express themselves publicly (for example, a little… 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.
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.
Youth ages 12-18 and their families can access services. School advocacy, parent education, counselling, and support in accessing hormone therapy if required can be provided. Call our intake line and request a gender-creative counsellor to get connected with services.