Fools in Love, by Wash Silk
My name is Wash and I recently started as the Public Educator for OK2BME!
Rainbow Parenting, by Diane McGregor
We are very excited to announce a series of new Rainbow Parenting workshops specifically for LGBTQ+ families!
Rainbow Refugees and the Legal Process, by Scott Williams
An introduction to refugee claims based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
Hiring: LGBTQ+ Parenting Facilitator, by Scott Williams
We are hiring a LGBTQ+ Parenting Facilitator.
Trans Lives Matter, by Spencer Small
We are often asked to provide training to businesses, service providers and educators on transgender inclusion and acceptance. This post is a brief synthesis of some of that information. For a basic guide to terminology please see my post on An Intro to Gender and Sexuality.
An Intro to Gender and Sexuality, by Spencer Small
As part of the Children’s Mental Health Week Speaker Series, I presented on Supporting Families with Gender Variant Children and Teens. For those who weren’t able to attend, I’d like to share some of the information here on our blog.
Anonymous, Age 15, Bisexual
I think that a lot of times we are told to be brave. We are told to be brave, and have confidence in ourselves, and not be afraid of what others think. But when you put yourself out there in a way that you are exposed and vulnerable, what others are thinking may be the least of your worries.
Brandan Dietrich, Age 16, Gay
I still remember it as if it were yesterday, well that is how a typical story starts. This is no story!!! It’s my life. It all started when I was in grade 5. I was at a Christian School which was really difficult for me. But in Grade 6 I was looking at my one friend at the time who was a boy, and saying WOW he is really cu……… wait was I just going to say CUTE. HOW DARE I!!!!! That is what I was always taught and told. YOU CANT…