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My intersex self

This booklet explores some of the positive and empowering ways that intersex people feel about their bodies. This resource is from our online course The transgender guide to sex and relationships, made in collaboration with Intersex Aotearoa. It is designed for intersex and transgender adults, and may not be suitable for younger viewers Continue reading My intersex self

What do bodies mean

This workbook presents many common myths about transgender people’s bodies and associated sexual behaviors, alongside the facts. It then prompts learners to choose a myth they know about, and write down the fact alongside it, including any experiences or supporting information that shows their fact is true. Then learners express their fact, or their feelings … Continue reading What do bodies mean

If you are sexually assaulted – understanding your options

This booklet discusses getting to safety, your rights, medical and emergency contraceptive support, medical forensic examination, making a complaint to Police, legal support, counseling and ACC, crisis support, and support from friends and family. This resource for transgender adults is from our online course The transgender guide to sex and relationships. It discusses sensitive topics, … Continue reading If you are sexually assaulted – understanding your options

Identifying risks – systems for staying safe

This booklet discusses different types of risks, and the idea that trusting your instincts isn’t always enough. It introduces using a risk analysis framework, which you can find out more about in our course The transgender guide to sex and relationships. This resource is designed for transgender adults, and may not be suitable for younger … Continue reading Identifying risks – systems for staying safe

Bad narratives – on transgender people as partners

This resource for transgender adults is from our online course The transgender guide to sex and relationships. The chart outlines some of the stereotypes, prejudices, and discrimination related to trans people, sex and relationships, as well as ways this can impact a transgender person. It is designed for transgender adults, and may not be suitable … Continue reading Bad narratives – on transgender people as partners

Gender-affirming healthcare in Capital Coast and Hutt Valley

We have worked extensively with the Capital Coast and Hutt Valley regional health services (formerly DHBs) to publish accurate and up to date information on what services they provide, and what the process currently is. You can find information on: See the link below to access their main gender-affirming services page. Continue reading Gender-affirming healthcare in Capital Coast and Hutt Valley