Aunty Dana’s Op Shop is looking for volunteers to join our vibrant and dynamic team – take our free online training course and sign up today! Continue reading Volunteer at Aunty Dana’s Op Shop
Takatāpui is a Māori concept that sits within Māori culture, with it’s own history and wairua, one very different to terms such as LGBTQI+ Continue reading Takatāpui: Over the Rainbow
Transgender social event and op shop working bee. We will be working on the op shop venue, mostly cleaning, pricing and hanging up clothes, and other finishing touches.
Come along and meet some lovely people, share some kai, and join us in getting Aunty Dana’s Op Shop up and running! Your support is welcome and appreciated. Continue reading Community Working Bee
The Sex and Gender Diverse Health Outcomes Working Group is a group of people who bring their expertise in working across the healthcare sector and community organisations. We are working together to create better health outcomes for sex and gender diverse people in the Wellington region, with a focus on youth well-being.
Continue reading The Sex and Gender Diverse Health Outcomes Working Group
Video resource TMI Tuesdays Trans Q & A with Professor Rachel McKinnon Continue reading TMI Tuesdays Trans Q & A
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
Aotearoa’s healthcare system was created with cisgender people’s interests in mind, who are the majority of the population.
Transgender (trans) people experience enormous barriers to healthcare, including constant challenge and denial of their identity, of who they are and what they need. (Human Rights Commission., 2012). An essay on trans healthcare and the medical system Continue reading Is New Zealand’s Healthcare System Prejudiced Against Trans people?
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
The takeaway message is that visibility alone is not enough. Let’s continue to be at the forefront of human rights – 2016 TDOV press release Continue reading International Transgender Day of Visibility 2016