You can choose whether to use male, female, or gender diverse, just the same way you can choose ethnicity - with no supporting documentation. You do not need to change your birth certificate or other ID to changer your gender marker with MSD.
The Gender Centre last day is Thursday 12/12/19, re-opening Monday January 6th for email and phone, January 8th for drop in. Aunty Dana's Op Shop last day is Friday 20/12/19 re-opening Friday January 3rd.
This month on Sunday 15th December: Our volunteer and staff get together is from 2pm. Raw Sugar is on from 4pm, with kai downstairs till 5pm, and a film screening upstairs from 5pm till 7pm.
So important to name specifically Transgender, as well as Rainbow people as priority groups for Mental Health and Addictions, and make sure we are on the Ministerial work plans for national and regional policies. We want to see trans led organisations training DHBs on providing appropriate mental health and addictions support for trans populations, rainbow … Continue reading Mental Health and Addictions
GMA picks up a lot of stock for Aunty Dana's Op Shop each week, and we also have a "core staff" team camp each year look at what we've achieved this year, and cast our eyes toward the coming year. For both of these things, we need a van! It doesn't need to be pretty, … Continue reading Help us buy a van
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.
Gender Minorities Aotearoa co-developed and participated in this fabulous project from Te Papa Tongarewa Museum of New Zealand: Trans Past, Trans Present; The Making Trans Histories Project.
Our trans youth led gala was a huge success, with over 200 attendees, a dozen lively stalls, and a sweet chill zone. We wrapped up with the Wellington launch of Counting Ourselves, the national 2019 trans health report.
Our presentation from the New Zealand Sexual Health Society Conference 2019
Gender Munorities Aotearoa is conducting research on trans people and housing in the Wellington region. If you are transgender, including non-binary, intersex, and takataapui gender diverse people, and you've lived anywhere in the broader Wellington region at any point in the past 5 years, and you've experienced short term, unstable, unsafe, or inappropriate housing or … Continue reading Transgender Housing Experiences: Where do you sleep at night?