National Health Service Transgender resources
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Compared to Australia, Transgendered people are well serviced by the British National Health Service (NHS). Clinics are available across the country and they are far better funded than here in Australia. The NHS has a Trans Health page which lists services, personal stories, videos, groups  and other information relevant to Trans and Gender questioning people around the world. Visit the NHS Trans Health page
ANZPATH Transgender practitioners list
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If you’re looking for a medical practitioner to help with gender related issues you’re facing, the ANZPATH (The Australia & New Zealand Professional Association for Transgender Health) website might be of use. The link below takes you to the ANZPATH directory of specialists in each state of Australia. Find medical practitioners in your state Note: No guarantees they understand Genderqueer or Gender Variant people though.  
TransFamily
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TransFamily is a Peer Support Group for parents, siblings, extended family and /or friends of a trans person. The group offers a warm and supportive environment for the parents, siblings, friends and family of transgender people. They run peer support on the fourth Saturday of the month in Carlton. Visit the TransFamily website
Transmen of WA
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Transmen of WA is a social and support network for the Trans* and gender diverse community in Western Australia. They have several hidden spaces on Facebook, hold professionally facilitated in-person support groups and organise social events. There are currently four online hidden/secret support spaces; one for transmen and assigned female at birth gender diverse people, Parents of Trans*, Partners of FTM’s and a new sister group for MTF’s. Please contact through any of the following …
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
On the Line Video Counselling
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On the Line is excited to announce the launch of  a new pilot service which provides free and confidential video counselling to young people.  The Video Counselling Service is being funded by philanthropic  donations secured by On the Line and will run until June 2015. On the Line’s Video Counselling Service provides 50-minute, generalist counselling via Skype to those in their time of need, 24 hours a day with no referral required. On the Line’s …
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 Chicago
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Genderqueer Chicago maintains a blog and holds weekly meetings for Genderqueer peeps in the Chicago area. They also welcome contributions to their blog. a grassroots, peer-led group that works to create safe spaces for all of us to talk about, think about, explore, and express gender. We hold free weekly meetings and events, as well as maintain this blog. The blog is open to anyone who wants to talk or think about gender or …
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  
Safe2pee gender neutral toilet blog
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safe2pee website Safe2Pee is a blog about gender neutral toilets.   There have been times in most people’s lives when they felt the uncontrollable urge of using the bathroom. Unfortunately (or, fortunately), for most of us, the only option available at the time was a public toilet. The blog is a collection of personal experiences and some from outside contributors