We are carrying out an assessment of sexual violence and family violence support services across the country to see how ready they are to work with transgender and intersex people. Please help us complete this important piece of work by filling out our survey. Who this survey is for If you are a member of … Continue reading Sexual Violence and Family Violence Support Survey
Connection to communities is one of the strongest protective factors for transgender people. While trans people (32%) are less likely than the general population (44%) to identify as having a religion or spirituality, almost a third of trans people have religious or spiritual beliefs, and may belong or have belonged to a faith-based community. For … Continue reading Transgender experiences of faith-based community
A new research report has just been released, Writing Themselves In 4, which takes an in depth look into the health and well being of rainbow young people in Australia. Continue reading Rainbow Experiences Research
This course is designed to increase your knowledge of issues affecting transgender people in Aotearoa, and to build your confidence in speaking about these issues and supporting transgender people. Continue reading Supporting Transgender People: Online Course
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
While transgender people make up about 1% of the general population, they make up at least 10% of the autistic population. Some studies suggest 13% or higher.
Find out more about autistic people’s experiences here. Continue reading Autistic Transgender People
A common question which many trans women ask, is what their estrogen levels should ideally be. They have often asked for a higher dose from their prescribing doctor, and been told no, there are too many risks, and that their current level is within the normal ranges. The maximum pmol/L cited by doctors is often 200 or 250. However, this is against best practise. Continue reading Safe Estrogen Levels
Follow this link to take part in a survey designed in collaboration between the Intersex Trust of Aotearoa / New Zealand, Gender Minorities Aotearoa, and researchers at the University of Waikato. Continue reading Intersex Variations and Variations in Sex Characteristics Research
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?
Where Do You Sleep at Night? Transgender Experiences of Housing Instability and Homelessness 2020 – GMA Housing Report [Wellington] Continue reading Where Do You Sleep at Night? Transgender Experiences of Housing Instability and Homelessness 2020