We now have free transgender facial hair removal in Whangārei, with Gender Diverse Whangārei.
We also have two more collaborations in different regions on the way, so follow our blog in the search menu to stay tuned! Continue reading Free transgender facial hair removal in Whangārei
National transgender housing support service, which includes support with accessing council housing, support with access to emergency housing, and the national LGBTQI+ Rainbow Housing NZ online group. Continue reading Transgender and Rainbow Housing NZ
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
Covid Alert Level 4. Find information on Covid-19 for transgender and rainbow youth and adults. Access gender affirming healthcare, get an appointment with a doctor, wage subsidies. Continue reading Trans Folks in Lockdown
Join Gender Minorities Aotearoa’s Youth Team as we celebrate Trans Awareness Week with a gala and host the Wellington launch of Counting Ourselves. Continue reading Transgender Awareness Week 2019 Gala in Wellington!
Talk to an experienced lawyer for free at Wellington Transgender Legal Clinic. Continue reading Wellington Transgender Legal Clinic
Hormone Replacement Therapy 101 is a simple guide to help you get started on gender affirming hormone treatments in NZ. Continue reading Transgender NZ: Hormone Replacement Therapy 101
HRT referral flowchart guidelines Sex and Gender Diverse People Referral Process for DHB Endocrinology Services: Information for GP/Primary Care Referrers Continue reading Referral to endocrinology services in Wellington
An information paper on common transmisogynist tropes in films and the misrepesentation of transgender women. Continue reading [Mis]Representation of Transgender Women in Films
The security officer monitoring the machine asked me if I had anything in my pockets. I felt like crying. I knew had nothing in my pockets. I know how my body is seen as abnormal and wrong. I knew exactly what was happening. 2016 TDOV Press Release. Continue reading Security Systems, Visibility, and Safety