OMG I’m Trans is a guide to navigating coming out, school uniform, legal rights, talking to doctors developed by trans young people, for trans young people. It also covers some of the most up to date language and approaches to gender trans young people are using. If you’re a medical professional or work with trans youth, this is a must!
Gender Questioning (GQ) booklet is aimed at people aged 16 to 25, but would suit older people, who are questioning their gender or feel like the gender assigned to them at birth doesn’t fit. The booklet is also useful for anyone working with a gender questioning young person, as it includes a glossary of key terms, advice on how to support someone who is questioning their gender, and an updated resource and referral list
From Blues to Rainbows
Research being launched late 2014 about the health & wellbeing on Intersex, Trans and Gender Diverse young people in Australia
Gender Is Not Uniform
Gender is Not Uniform is a campaign aimed at supporting gender diverse students
in schools through inclusive uniforms and challenging transphobia.
When a trans person comes out they may have new pronouns they want to use. Check out Minus18’s guide to what pronouns are and the different language trans people use to describe themselves!
OII Australia Audio and Videos about Intersex Issues (OII Australia is the largest and leading activist and support organisation by and for intersex people)
Help You, Help Us
A resource for workers dealing with people of Diverse Sexuality and Gender
The legal recognition of sex in documents and government records. Concluding paper of the sex and gender diversity project (March 2009)
A Trans resource created in Perth that provides information for young people, their families and support workers
A forum strictly just for parents of their trans or questioning child
A report on the health and wellbeing of transgender people in Australia and New Zealand (2007)
Writing Themselves In 3
The third national study on the sexual health and wellbeing of same sex attracted and gender questioning young people (2010)
Zoe Belle Gender Centre
ZBGC’s ‘virtual gender centre’ provides resources for anyone interested in the health and well-being of sex and gender diverse people (transgender, transsexual and other gender diverse people) in Victoria and beyond