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Gendered: Friendship
Gendered: Friendship

“Gendered” is a discussion series brought to you by Gender Spectrum and The Happy Hippie Foundation for youth ages 13-19. For January and February, we’re hosting “Gendered: Friendship”. Once a week for six weeks, we’ll focus on the intersection of gender and friendships.

Film Screening: In the Turn
Film Screening: In the Turn

Gender Spectrum is proud to be a community partner with the Women Sports Film Festival’s upcoming screening of In the Turn. The screening will take place on Tuesday, January 31 from 7pm to 9pm at The New Parkway Theater in Oakland, CA.

2017 Gender Spectrum Conference Art Contest
2017 Gender Spectrum Conference Art Contest

We are excited to host the third annual contest for the featured artwork for the Gender Spectrum Conference. This artwork will be used on the Gender Spectrum website, social media pages, and will be featured on the cover of our online program.

A Discussion Group for Dads
A Discussion Group for Dads

We have launched a new group just for Dads! How do dads meet the societal expectations of fatherhood while simultaneously meeting the unique needs of their gender-expansive child?

This Week in Gender – Episode 10
This Week in Gender – Episode 10

Welcome to This Week in Gender – where in 10 minutes or less we talk about gender! This week Carlos and Lisa chat about personal experiences they’ve recently had.

Gendered: Online
Gendered: Online

Gendered is a new discussion series brought to you by Gender Spectrum and The Happy Hippie Foundation for youth ages 13-19. Join a Gender Spectrum staff member and members of the Gender Spectrum National Youth Council to talk about the intersection of gender and the rest of our lives- whether it’s race, religion, social media, […]

This Week in Gender – Episode 9
This Week in Gender – Episode 9

This Week in Gender Episode 9 highlights two very different topics: Tinder and data about Transgender and gender-diverse young people in Minnesota public schools.

Name and Gender Changes
Name and Gender Changes

Because the future is uncertain as to name and gender changes on ID documents, families who know they want to pursue these changes should think about doing so sooner rather than later.