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Update: Free Online Gender Webinar for Parents, Families & Friends
Update: Free Online Gender Webinar for Parents, Families & Friends

Our free webinar “Dimensions of gender” for parents, families and friends is scheduled for November 13, details below! DIMENSIONS OF GENDER FOR PARENTS, FAMILY AND FRIENDS Tuesday, November 13, 5:00 – 6:00 pm PT/8:00 – 9:00 pm ET Is there someone in your life you would like to have a deeper appreciation for gender diversity? Or […]

Back to School Programs for Parents, Professionals and Youth
Back to School Programs for Parents, Professionals and Youth

All children are affected by the messages they receive about gender: from simple things like “blue is for boys, pink is for girls,” to the ways we encourage youth to pursue activities and academic subjects consistent with society’s notions about gender.  Children and youth are flooded with these messages and school is no exception. Our […]

Responding to the “Clobber Passages” in Jewish and Christian Scripture
Responding to the “Clobber Passages” in Jewish and Christian Scripture

Whether you’re new to discussions of faith and Gender identity, or whether these are conversations you’ve been having for decades, you’re likely to get tangled up with a few prominent verses in scripture. Christians and Jews who don’t affirm Transgender and nonbinary people will sometimes use these “clobber passages” to argue that gender diversity doesn’t […]

Donor Spotlight: Gwen Lonigro
Donor Spotlight: Gwen Lonigro

Gwen Lonigro is the founder of Brutus and Butch, a line of green, vegan, certified organic and natural hair care products for sale online and in select salons. We reached out to hear her story of how she created the company as a way to give back to Gender Spectrum and the LGBT organizations that […]

Why the Spectrum Matters
Why the Spectrum Matters

Guest blog by Elizabeth Denevi When considering diversity and how it impacts academic achievement, many schools rely on binary thinking: the placement of girls vs. boys in higher level math and science classes or the number of Black students in a predominantly white school. While we certainly need to address the gender and racial inequities that […]

Volunteers Needed for the Gender Spectrum Conference
Volunteers Needed for the Gender Spectrum Conference

Our annual Conference and Professionals’ Symposium will take place this year on Friday, July 6 through Sunday, July 8 at St. Mary’s College of California in Moraga, and we need you to help make these events a success! Last year, nearly 1,000 people attended the weekend Conference, which includes adult workshops on gender and supportive […]

A Call for a Better Tomorrow
A Call for a Better Tomorrow

Note: While Gender Spectrum provides resource lists of books, we do not generally single out titles for recommendation. However, it is important for all of us to share the stories of people who share our identities – those who have come before us, but also those working for equality today. Sarah McBride is one of […]

Madison Schools Step Up for Transgender Inclusion
Madison Schools Step Up for Transgender Inclusion

While it may feel at times that an array of forces seem to be turning back gains made by Transgender and Non-binary students, there remains a large and growing group of professionals and institutions across the country dedicated to supporting their needs at school. One shining example is Madison Metropolitan School District in Madison, WI. For years, […]