Rooster Tails – A New Zealand Transman Comic Blog
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Rooster Tails is by Sam, a New Zealand Transman, semi-autobiographical, and always funny, touching and thought-provoking. It’s written by me! (Sam). A geeky, chubby transguy who spends too much time on the internet, messing about, and reading comics. It’s a way to pass the time while I try and get hairier…. (that sounded way more weird than I intended it to, sorry.) He includes links to other trans and gender variant comics, and you can …
Beyond the binary
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By Transgender Law Centre San Francisco The Beyond the binary booklet was created by the Transgender law centre in San Francisco, California. It’s intended for use by students and teachers to discuss gender identity other than male and female. Note: the legal information and statistics are drawn from studies in the USA, however, the rest of the information is really good to get conversations going in a school environment. Download PDF from transgender law centre
Not so straight
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  The Not So Straight website is a resource for young people concerning sexuality and gender. It’s an Australian resource provided through the Gay and Lesbian Counselling service of NSW and MYST (Mountains Youth Services Team) Visit the Not so straight website.
Sex Files
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By Australian Human Rights Commission In May and June 2008, the Australian Human Rights Commission sought the views of the sex and gender diverse community about the most pressing human rights issues facing their community. The Sex Files download site
Service guideline on gender sensitivity and safety
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By Victorian Department of Health A guideline for mental health and alcohol and other drug (AOD) services to provide gender-sensitive care for women, men and people who identify as transgender or intersex. Gender sensitivity and safety website Download PDF Download literature review PDF
Jamie the trickster
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By Chloë Dalquist Chloë Dalquist’s Jamie the trickster is a webcomic featuring a character who can transform from male to female and back again whenever they like. Kind of makes them genderqueer doesn’t it? Read the review on iO9 Visit the Jamie the Trickster website
Dude Magazine
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Dude magazine is the first collection of queer and trans perspectives on various topics related to trans guys. DUDE was a project that ran from 2010 to 2013. Because it was purely volunteer run, it eventually reached it’s resting point. This isn’t the only reason it ceased production, Jez Pez the Founding Editor felt the purpose of DUDE had achieved it’s goal. Jez Pez wanted DUDE to raise the profile of trans guys. While the project …
Simply Trans
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By WA Gay and Lesbian Community Services The Simply Trans booklet was created by the WA Gay and Lesbian Community Services organisation to explain what the various kinds of transgender expression are. It includes good explanations of what sex and gender are. NOTE: The explanation of cross-dresser, while technically accurate, doesn’t take into consideration that genderqueer people consistently dress in the clothing of the “opposite” sex. The booklet can be downloaded by clicking the link …
The gender book
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The Gender Book is an online resource that discusses and demystifies gender, a “gender 101” if you like. It is a community funded and edited resource. We looked for a 101 book and didn’t see one yet. So we set out to make our own. At time of writing, they’ve completed a second run of 500 copies. The gender book website View the Gender Book online  
Trans Youth Sexual Health Booklet
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By Gendered Intelligence The Trans Youth Sexual Health booklet was produced by trans people aged 16-24 at Gendered Intelligence, in partnership with Terrence Higgins Trust. The project allowed young trans people to get together as a group and learn about sexual health, and also to discuss how to make sexual health information more relevant to trans people. As a result, a group of young people produced this information booklet, which is aimed at trans youth …