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Resources for Parents and Caregivers
Resources for Parents and Caregivers

Gender Spectrum is pleased to partner with the National PTA to provide resources for parents who are interested in learning more about gender, children and youth. For youth and other PTSA members, you can find more resources here. Gender norms and stereotypes limit all children and teens, no matter what their gender is, impacting how […]

“I got confidence and comfort from Gender Spectrum”
“I got confidence and comfort from Gender Spectrum”

A few weeks ago we hosted our annual Gender Spectrum Family Conference, and what an exciting, energizing, and transformative weekend it was.  Families from across the country were able to connect, ask questions, and gain answers about what it meant for them to be on this gender journey with their child. For many families this […]

Gender Spectrum is Hiring
Gender Spectrum is Hiring

We are excited to say that we are hiring! We are adding several new positions to our team – keep track of this page as it will be updated as we post the new positions. Gender Spectrum is an equal opportunity employer and we value diverse perspectives and experiences at our organization. We do not […]

The Prince and the Dressmaker: a Gender Spectrum Story Time
The Prince and the Dressmaker: a Gender Spectrum Story Time

In her graphic novel The Prince and the Dressmaker, Jen Wang weaves an exuberantly romantic tale of identity, young love, art, and family. Set in Paris, at the dawn of the modern age, the book tells the tale of Prince Sebastian, who is looking for a bride―or rather, his parents are looking for one for […]

Gender-Inclusive Puberty and Health Education
Gender-Inclusive Puberty and Health Education

Gender Spectrum has released a landmark publication outlining the first-ever comprehensive principles for gender-inclusive puberty and health education (PHE). These principles, endorsed by six leading national PHE organizations, are designed to affirm and recognize all students so they can see themselves reflected in their classrooms and learn knowledge and skills associated with healthy behaviors. In […]

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 19 through Sunday, July 21 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 […]

“Advancing Acceptance” Campaign Highlights Support for Transgender Youth
“Advancing Acceptance” Campaign Highlights Support for Transgender Youth

Gender Spectrum is excited to be partnering with Vice President Joe Biden’s Foundation As You Are campaign and the Movement Advancement Project (MAP) in the launch of the “Advancing Acceptance” campaign, featuring a new video highlighting the benefits of family, friends and community support for Transgender youth. Gender Spectrum has an array of resources for educating all […]

Gender Spectrum Story Time: Stacey’s Not a Girl
Gender Spectrum Story Time: Stacey’s Not a Girl

“Stacey’s Not A Girl” is a children’s book that takes us on a gender journey with Stacey who does not feel like a girl, but is not so sure they are a boy either. This book introduces us to ideas of gender beyond the binary and makes space for the “not knowing”. The first book […]