Nau mai haere mai, our Raw Sugar monthly transgender sober social is back for 2021! Continue reading Raw Sugar Social Events: 2021
Our new resource Camping for Beginners is the first in our new Sport and Recreation series. Camping can be fun and a great way to relax. Check out our tips for beginners here; be prepared, be safe, and have a great time. Continue reading Camping for Beginners: Sport and Recreation Series
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
Gender Minorities Aotearoa is offering a free online course, designed to increase your knowledge of historic and contemporary issues regarding feminism and transgender people, and to improve your transgender inclusive intersectional feminist praxis. Continue reading Transgender Perspectives on Feminism: Online Course
Victoria University of Wellington Women’s Collective is holding a free event for Women’s Week, and GMA will be giving a 60 minute lecture “Trans Perspectives on Feminism”. Nau mai haere mai, everyone is welcome. Continue reading Trans Perspectives on Feminism @VUWWC
Donating your art to GMA is a really great way to help us raise funds, and also helps to spread trans-positive messages! Continue reading Donate your art!
We’re starting up our monthly socials again soon, and we would love to have more volunteers to help run them! Continue reading Volunteers Needed in Wellington
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 small number of people “come out” as transgender, and later realise they aren’t, or decide that the safety risks for them are too high. They may decide to outwardly take on a cisgender identity while inwardly maintaining a transgender identity (“go back into the closet”), or they may have a change of gender identity – affirming that a cisgender identity is the one that feels best for them. Continue reading Detransition or Retransition Support