On Trans Day of Remembrance, learn ways to fight the violence faced by trans women/trans feminine people by being a better ally.
Everyone should feel safe & validated with their doctor! Here is some information for visiting the OB/GYN as a trans-masculine individual.
Your child just came out as transgender. How should you respond? Bottom line: Be supportive.
Recent policy changes have made it easier for transgender people to update their IDs, but we still have a long way to go.
Stonewall was an important moment, but it actually wasn’t the first time that LGBT people in the US organized and demanded better treatment.
Transitioning in college carries its own set of challenges on top of academic responsibilities. Unsure where to go for help? Start here.
What does research show about shifts in sexual orientation and sexual attraction for trans men?
Research Blog – Use of Puberty Blocking Medications in the Treatment of Gender Dysphoria: A Clinical Research Review
How puberty blocking medication is being used to support the healthy development of transgender adolescents
Research Blog—Anti-Transgender Violence: Increasing Visibility, Fostering Community Engagement, and Advocating for Justice
Transgender people are disproportionately impacted by violence. Mourn those we’ve lost on November 20th: Transgender Day of Remembrance.
Explore our interactive map to discover the many different but related identities and expressions that make up the idea of “gender.”