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GQA’s resources page contains a collection of curated resources for all sorts of people, from medical practitioners, researchers and genderqueer and trans people of all ages.

We go through them once a year and check links and content work and are still relevant.

Please let us know if anything is broken, and let us know if you’d like to suggest a resource.

Last updated: August 2016

2015 LBQ Women’s Conference Report

Please see attached and below for follow up on the Lesbian, Bisexual and Queer Women’s Health Conference and info about ...
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All gender restroom project

By Shoreline Community College This is a downloadable PDF from the Shoreline Community College which details their research and attempts ...
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ANZPATH Transgender practitioners list

If you're looking for a medical practitioner to help with gender related issues you're facing, the ANZPATH (The Australia & ...
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Artillery Box – Hygiene products without the flowers

Artillery Box is fundraising to design and supply hygiene products for Trans Men and Genderqueers and anyone who doesn't identify ...
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Australian Standards of Care and Treatment Guidelines for Trans and Gender Diverse Children and Adolescents

The Royal Children's Hospital Gender Service have released guidelines for the care and referral of young people who are trans ...
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Best practice models for treatment of Trans

By Vikki Sinnott Written in 2005 by Vikki Sinott, this discussion paper summarises the literature regarding the treatment, assessment and ...
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Beyond the binary

By Transgender Law Centre San Francisco The Beyond the binary booklet was created by the Transgender law centre in San ...
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Bits and Bods recruitment

Bits and Bods is a digital platform for films, interviews, articles and art that aims to start inclusive conversations about puberty, ...
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Books for gender-independent kids and families

Flamingo Rampant is a micropress with a mission - to produce feminist, racially-diverse, LGBTQ-positive children’s books, in an effort to ...
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Bridge Meals

“Bridge Meals welcomes new migrants who are same sex attracted and/or gender diverse to join us for a free social ...
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Build your own transition path!

By The Freedom Centre The Freedom Centre operates a Tumblr onto which they add great material, like the Build Your ...
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Dude Magazine

Dude magazine is the first collection of queer and trans perspectives on various topics related to trans guys. DUDE was a ...
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Financial Support Packages for Relationship and Family Violence

FINANCIAL SUPPORT PACKAGES FOR LGBTI PEOPLE EXPERIENCING RELATIONSHIP/FAMILY VIOLENCE Victims of family violence can now access support packages to assist ...
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Gateway Health Gender Service

Great news - a new gender support service for young people opens in Wodonga! A small group of residents in the ...
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Geelong LGBTIQA+ youth groups

Are you lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, gender diverse, intersex or not sure? GASP Gellong offer free social groups and activities for ...
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Geelong Voice Therapy’s T&GD Voice Group

GASP is excited to be collaborating with James from Geelong Voice Therapy on all ages voice therapy group for the ...
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Gender neutral toilets – a thesis

By Matthew Kopas Matthew Kopas of the University of Washington wrote a thesis on Gender Neutral toilets back in 2012. In ...
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Gender Questioning booklet

By GLHV and Trans Melbourne Gender Project The Gender Questioning booklet was produced by Gay Lesbian Health Victoria with the ...
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Genderbread person

By It's Pronounced Metrosexual The genderbread person has had an upgrade! There are two big differences from v2 to the most ...
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