01: Family and Friends like you

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People like you – by Rose Moore

You’ve got a loved one or a friend who has told you they’re questioning their gender or are genderqueer. Here’s a few people who are in the same position as you!

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article: This is what good parenting looks like

This is what good parenting looks like

A great article about fathers, specifically a dad in Germany who put a skirt on to support his young son who likes putting dresses on.

 

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Book: Transitions of the Heart : Edited by Rachel Pepper

Cleis Press – Transitions of the Heart : Edited by Rachel Pepper

 Transitions of the Heart is the first collection to invite mothers of transgender and gender variant children to tell their own stories. Often “transitioning” socially and emotionally alongside their children, parents have their own parallel process to work through, and few resources to depend on.

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National: Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays

Pflag Australia website | email

How we can help

Parents and friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG for short) is an association of parents with GLBTI family members.

Note: while the group does not expressly support parents of gender-questioning or genderqueer people, we’ve listed this resource because it may be of help with shared issues around families.

About PFLAG Australia

(from the website)

PFLAG stands for Parents and Friends of Lesbians And Gays. We are a non-profit voluntary organisation whose members have a common goal of keeping families together. PFLAG is here to give help, support and information to families, friends of all gay people

Read more about PFLAG Australia.

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Web: Jennifer Carr

Today you are you website | Purchase book | Blog

How I can help

(from the website)

Jennifer Carr is a writer, blogger, public speaker and advocate for transgender and all gender diverse individuals. She shares her journey of self awareness inspired by parenting her gender diverse child on her internationally celebrated blog

Read more about the Jennifer Carr .

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Web: Partners of Trans Guys & Girls

Partners of Trans Guys & Girls on Facebook

How we can help

We are a Facebook group for the partners of Trans men and women, and their allies (people who are friends). We operate on Facebook as a closed group, which means you have to ask permission to join.

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Web: Pink is for boys

Pink Is for Boys website.

How this site can help

Pink is for boys is written by the parent of a gender variant son, who supports their child to express themselves as they see fit. The parent also speaks of the issues they face in every-day life, and discusses articles and media.

About Pink is for boys

(from the website)

I have been interested in gender and sexuality (and sex!) ever since I can remember. Now I am parenting a son who pushes against society’s impossibly narrow parameters for masculinity, and I have the opportunity to revisit many earlier thoughts about gender from a new perspective.

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