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Tag: gender


Youth Blog – Annual Symposium Reflection: Research and Intersectionality

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5th September

Ying Han writes about her experience at our Annual State of SGM (Sexual and Gender Minority) Health Symposium.



Research Blog—Unique and Normal: Friendships Between Straight Women and Gay Men

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3rd February

Healthy relationships include friendships that span gender and sexual orientation.



Family Blog—Queering Parenting: How LGBTQ Parents Are Challenging Gender Norms

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11th January

Could it be that being LGBTQ really does change the way we parent?



Research Blog–Body Image: Differences by Gender and Sexual Orientation

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2nd October

Do gays and lesbians experience poor body image, and how does this compare with their heterosexual peers?



Youth Blog – I Am Who I Say I Am: Changing Your Name and Gender on Official Documents

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19th February

It can be confusing enough becoming who you are. Here are some tips on how to make sure your IDs reflect your identity.



Gender Identity Map

Posted by Antonia in Featured, Transgender, Youth Blog. 3 comments

28th October

Explore our interactive map to discover the many different but related identities and expressions that make up the idea of “gender.”



Transgender Health Quiz

Posted by Farrin in Youth Blog. 1 Comment

20th September

What are the effects of hormone therapy? How do you know which pronouns to use? What are some good resources to learn more?

Whether you identify as transgender or not, now is a great time to learn more about transgender health issues.
Click on the pink box below to start the quiz!

This quiz created by Joan Pinnell, Mallory Edgar, Laura Kuper, and Lou Bigelow.






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