Our simple visual toilet signs can be understood by anyone regardless of language or reading ability. Simply cross out any that do not apply - mobility accessible, baby changing facilities, urinals, sanitary bins. Free to use.
Our presentation from the New Zealand Sexual Health Society Conference 2019
Health Navigator now has information for transgender patients and healthcare providers.
Gender Minorities Aotearoa has recently updated our information on changing the sex marker on your birth certificate.
Our fantastic 2019 resource, Supporting Aotearoa's Rainbow People, is a practical guide for mental health professionals who are working with transgender or other Rainbow patients, or who simply want to upskill and understand with sensitivity some of the barriers for rainbow people in accessing mental health services. Written by Gloria Fraser, with co-design from Gender … Continue reading Rainbow Mental Health Resource
In late June the seamstress found a new fabric supplier and set to work on the new design 2.0 - it runs slightly larger and is more like the GC2B binder than the Underworks one. It's also ok to put on overhead.
Any transfeminine or intersex person can get funding for facial hair removal through WINZ. They don’t have to be on welfare to get the disability allowance or child disability allowance as it’s not income tested.
Any trans person can get funding for voice therapy through WINZ. They don't have to be on welfare to get the disability allowance or child disability allowance as it's not income tested.
Respect looks different to each person, and the things that feel respectful to one person may feel disrespectful to the next person. Use these tips to start a conversation about respect.
Te reo Maori: Kaua e wareware kia okioki, a hoa. Te reo Pakeha (English): Don't forget to rest, my friend.