The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport has released an excellent report entitled ‘Transgender Women Athletes and Elite Sport: A Scientific Review’. Along with the full report, you can download an executive summary, and a research summary and recommendations. Key Findings Key Biomedical Findings Key Sociocultural Findings Continue reading Transgender women in sport
Today Sport NZ released “Guiding Principles – for the inclusion of transgender people in community sport.” We’re really happy to see that they did a great job of hearing what sports players, governing bodies, and transgender people want, and affirming that everyone should be able to play community sports. It’s great to see clarity that … Continue reading Sport NZ releases transgender guidelines
Feeling myself is a sexuality workbook about discovering what feels good to you. It looks at managing dysphoria, exploring sensory experiences, types of touch, and the thoughts, feelings, and fantasies which you like or dislike. It is from our online course The transgender guide to sex and relationships. It is designed for transgender adults, and … Continue reading Feeling Myself – a sexuality workbook for transgender adults
Check out some key activities we did in 2020 below, or see our 2020 Annual Report for all the juicy details. Our Core priority areas for 2020 1. Wrap around support.2. Healthcare.3. Housing.4. Identity Documents.5. Connectedness. Despite the global pandemic, we had a very successful year across all five of these areas. Continue reading 2020-2021 Annual Report
In our “Be an Ally 101” we discuss how common trans people are, what their lives are like, how to support a trans person you know, how to support trans rights, and where to find out more. Article, video, and booklet format. Continue reading Be An Ally 101
Transphobia consists of three main parts: Stereotypes, Prejudice, and Discrimination. Any one of these parts on their own can be transphobia. Learn more here. Continue reading What is Transphobia?
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. Continue reading 3rd Gender Option for MSD
Health Navigator now has information for transgender patients and healthcare providers. Continue reading Health Navigator Pages Up
Department of Internal Affairs Minister Tracey Martin has established a working group to advise on improving the process fro updating the gender marker on one’s birth certificate under the current legislation. Continue reading BDMRR Update
The Rainbow Mental Health Support Experiences Study – Summary of Findings – is out now!
This fantastic research from Gloria Fraser, with co-design from Gender Minorities Aotearoa, InsideOUT, and RainbowYOUTH, is some of the best research in Aotearoa on Rainbow populations and mental health. Continue reading Rainbow Mental Health Support Experiences Study