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.
Real Love is a series of LGBTQ+ romance novels for young-adult readers (interest level: 13+, reading level: grades 3.4-5.0). Featuring contemporary themes such as gender identity, dating and sex, body image, and multiculturalism, the Real Love books are written by authors who know their communities, with positive messages of being true to yourself and standing… read more »
What happens when you bring gender training to a public elementary school? In Creating Gender Inclusive Schools the Peralta Elementary School in Oakland, CA demonstrates the power of an open and honest conversation about gender. The school brought in the staff of Gender Spectrum to provide training for teachers and administrators as well as an… read more »
Pink Boy is a 15-minute verite-style documentary profiling the challenges of raising a young gender non-conforming child growing up in a conservative area of rural Florida.
Tiring of gender stereotypes in children’s decor I, along with the help of some empowered and talented women, created a line of non-conforming throw pillows. These inspiring images include boys dancing and girls flying to the moon or celebrating a soccer win. I hope they inspire the founders of this website too!:)
This info-sheet is designed for gender creative and transgender (trans) kids and their parents and guardians. It provides a general overview of how trans people’s human rights are legally protected, and explains the concept of reasonable accommodation and how to make an accommodation request. At the end of the info-sheet, you will also find links… read more »
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 »
THE GOAL OF THIS GUIDE: To present the process used by Gender Creative Kids Canada in order to create the possibility for other parents, service providers or organizations across the province to reproduce this experience in their own support groups for parents and caregivers who have a trans* or gender creative young person. Financed by the program:“Lutte contre… read more »
This research-based presentation, Trans-Kids-Beyond-the-Myths-2016, is designed to dispel some of the most common myths about transgender and gender diverse children. It was designed with the support of Gender Creative Kids Canada, the Trans Needs Committee at Memorial University, and the national peer support group, Canadian Parents of Trans and Gender Diverse Kids / Parents canadiens d’enfants… read more »