Pronouns, why they are important
Hilary & Cameron talk about pronouns with Metro
Comedian Cassie Wokeman talks about pronoun use and being Trans
The SEGI Transclusive Library is a resource of documents publised by organisations to give advice for trans, non-binary people. It includes historic and current documents and is open for organisations to donate documents to and to act as a resource for all.
Here is a sample MGSD Centre has compiled from THT & Clinic Q for the Transclusive Library.
Gender Bread Person
A teaching tool for breaking the big concept of gender down into bite-sized, digestible pieces. https://www.genderbread.org/
Trabs Actual Guide to seeking support from you GP
At TransActual we’re all too aware of the challenges that trans people can face when accessing healthcare, and that this has been exacerbated by Covid-19.
So we’ve created a guide for trans people in seeking support from their GP
Terrence Higgins Trans Women Sexual Health Guide.
© Terrence Higgins Trust, June 2012. Code 0139600
There are many sexual health guides out there, so why is this one different? As trans women we have different health needs and bodies to other women and therefore experience different risks to the general population.
A TRANS WOMAN’S GUIDE TO THE SEX CLUB SCENE
© cliniQ CIC 2017
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When talking about sex and sexual health, we want to include a range of
identities. Whether you call yourself a trans woman, AMAB (assigned male at birth), non-binary, a T-Girl, TV, CD, or simply a guy who sometimes dresses, this booklet is for you. It is for anyone who was labelled male at birth, but identifies as female some or all of the time.
Terrence Higgins Trans Men Sexual Health Guide.
© Terrence Higgins Trust, June 2012. Code 0139601
There are many sexual health guides out there, so why is this one different? Because transmen are different – we have different bodies and thereforeexperience different risks to the general population.
A TRANS GUY’S GUIDE TO THE GAY SEX SCENE
© cliniQ CIC 2017
‘Cruising’ is for trans guys who are gay, bi or queer. It covers a wide range of identities including trans men, AFAB (Assigned Female At Birth) trans masculine, trans masc, FTM (Female-to-Male), non-binary people and men with a trans history. For simplicity this booklet use the term TRANS GUYS for all these identities.
It is for anyone who was labelled as female when they were born but who identifies as male, trans male or trans masculine, some or all of the time.