Lilly Loves Beards Lilly, loves beards, just like her Papa. She also loves going to the barbershop for her usual buzz cut, however, today she becomes heartbroken when her Papa decides to get his beard shaved off. Suddenly, she feels scared and alone. Her cheerful spirit is soon restored in her Papa’s beardless embrace and… read more »
The purpose of this reference list is to assist anyone attempting to locate trans-informed, trans-affirmative health professionals by region or by area of practice. As a minimum requirement, all health professionals who registered indicated that they adhere to the WPATH SoC 7 and that they are authorized to practice where they list their office. How to use… read more »
A powerful and useful guide created by the Chaire de recherche sur l’homophobie et la transphobie de l’UQÀM. upload_files_Guide-final-anglais-graphiste-2
An essential guide for all schools in Quebec. It was produced by the Table nationale de lutte contre l’homophobie et la transphobie des réseaux de l’éducation. A great ressource to share with everyone!
Sam knew she was not quite the same as the other girls, and she was not sure why. Sam has always felt like she doesn’t quite fit. She doesn’t like dresses and their swish-swish on her legs; she doesn’t like playing with dolls either, and she’d much rather climb on the jungle gym with the… read more »
Hi there, I am a graduate student working on my PhD in clinical psychology at Palo Alto University focusing on supporting folks within trans and gender non-conforming (TGNC) communities. I recently launched a survey that is devoted to understanding the strength, challenges, and unique lives of gender diverse parents. Little is known about the lives… read more »
A Readers’ Favorite 2017 Bronze Medal Award Winner. When you have a baby girl you envision many things for her life but becoming a boy is not one of them. This book will benefit anyone who would like to learn more about gender dysphoria and is an absolute must read for a parent, relative or… read more »
This is the translated version of the document “LIGNES DIRECTRICES RELATIVES AUX ÉLÈVES TRANSGENRES DE LA COMMISSION SCOLAIRE DE MONTRÉAL”. It is a guide produced for Montreal School board but is transferable to many other educational institutions.
Stopping transphobia before it starts by teaching children about gender identity. The You Inside project, a project from Gender Creative Kids Canada, has the mission to educate people around the world about gender identity issues. Sam is an essential tool designed to help children understand what it means to grow up as a transgender child.… read more »
Gender Talk Kingston on CFRC-FM in Kingston, every Tuesday evenings at 5:00 pm (Eastern Time). Tune in: 101.9 MHz, stream online at http://www.cfrc.ca/listen or select a number of recent archives http://www.cfrc.ca/gender_talk