Books for gender-independent kids and families
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Flamingo Rampant is a micropress with a mission – to produce feminist, racially-diverse, LGBTQ-positive children’s books, in an effort to bring visibility and positivity to the reading landscape of children everywhere. They make books kids love that love them right back, bedtime stories for beautiful dreams, and books that let kids of all kinds say with pride: that kid’s just like me! For more info check out their website at www.flamingorampant.com or visit their Kickstarter.
Queer Agenda support group
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Are you non-binary, genderqueer, questioning, uncomfortable with both male and female stereotypes, or not fitting into expectations for what trans men or trans women are “supposed” to be? Queer Agenda is a Sydney-based support group and safe space for those who feel that perhaps they belong in the space in-between genders. We usually meet at 5:30pm on the 1st Wednesday each month, at The Gender Centre. We occasionally meet at an alternate venue on a …
Inside Out – network of LGBTIQ people both inside and outside prisons
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Inside Out are a new Australia-wide grassroots group aiming to build a network of LGBTIQ people both inside and outside prisons. Incarceration can be an isolating experience for LGBTIQ people. We want to create a sense of community across the walls, amplify the voices of prisoners  and provide access to information, community news and resources. We will be producing a quarterly newsletter with content by and for LGBTIQ people  (and allies) who are incarcerated. This …
Transcend
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Transcend is an information hub for parents and families of transgender children. It was founded by parents who felt clear and concise information would help others access appropriate support for their transgender children. We focus on families of children below the age of 18 years, however the information here is useful for families of adult transgender children too. Visit the Transcend website
QLife
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QLife is Australia’s first nationally-oriented counselling and referral service for people of diverse sex, genders and sexualities. QLife provides nation-wide, early intervention, peer supported telephone and web based services to support Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) people of all ages. You can speak with a counsellor on the phone, to chat with someone online, or even to start the conversation and get some ideas from us via email. Visit the QLife website Phone Support …
Genderqueer Street Philosophactivist
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Genderqueer Street Philosophactivist contains the online thoughts of a Genderqueer person in the United States, and describes the term “philosophactivist” thus: a philosophactivist is someone who is able to see the deeper connections- the structural and institutional oppression and then organize and strategize to create change. For me, it is important to have both aspects. Think. Do. Visit their website  
Build your own transition path!
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By The Freedom Centre The Freedom Centre operates a Tumblr onto which they add great material, like the Build Your Own Transition Path image, which you can download from the link below. FC Yeah!, Build your own transition path!
Hormone treatment of children
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By Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne Doctors from the Royal Children’s Hospital Gender Clinic in Melbourne have written this article for the Medical Journal of Australia regarding hormone treatment of children and adolescents. The objectives were to study the effects of hormones in this group of people and report findings. Medical journal of Australia Hormone treatment GID in children article Download PDF
International journal of transgenderism
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WPATH (World Professional Association for Transgender Health) has made their first seven journals available for download. This great source of research and information is of benefit to professionals who work with gender questioning, genderqueer or transgender people. Warning: graphic images of surgery on some articles WPATH website Download journals