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!
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 »
A program and fund that helps young trans, queer, and/or allied people create by-and-for sexual health projects and events in Quebec. Includes an application for funding and community support.
Families In TRANSition: A Resource Guide for Parents of Trans Youth is the first comprehensive Canadian publication to address the needs of parents and families supporting their trans children. Families in TRANSition summarizes the experiences, strategies, and successes of a working group of community consultants – researchers, counsellors, parents, advocates as well as trans youth… read more »
Who do you think you are? Part of identity is how people experience their gender. Transphobia is intolerance of any part of the range of gender identity. This accessible, illustrated book offers information, quizzes, comics and true-to-life scenarios to help kids better understand gender identity and determine what they can do to identify and counter… read more »
This is a novel written for 9-12 year olds. The protagonist is George, a 4th grader who thinks of himself as Melissa. Our family just discovered this book last month. Our child enjoyed it very much and we read it too. This is a good book for a transgender child or any child who wants… read more »
“We all have the right to a safe and healthy school environment. This document contains recommendations for school administration to help create welcoming and supportive schools for trans students.” Durham District School Board – Supporting Our Transgender Students