Shirley, an elementary school teacher from Northern California who attended our Professionals’ Symposium, is one teacher who exemplifies the value of our work. Shirley learned of Gender Spectrum shortly before the Symposium, and she was eager to work on creating a gender-inclusive classroom and school environment, noting “I want to work at the school level, […]
My friends always looked at me strange when I went into the boys section or girls section in the clothes shop.
My child was anxious about an upcoming family reunion getting planned because they know people will use the wrong pronouns though they are aware of my child being Non-binary.
Hi. I am a trans guy, and I’ve been out for almost a year now.
Gender is what i feel inside, and my body doesn’t define it, my brain does.
I grew up in the 50’s and 60’s where there wasn’t a lot of non gender specific expression accepted. Girls never wore boys clothes – if you had pants, there wasn’t a fly, they either zipped on side or back or just pulled on.
It can feel like an island at times that no one understands or can even imagine what it’s like to be in our shoes. I have experienced a number of emotions.
Laurence is a 23 year old freelance photographer and curator living in Montreal. Laurence’s work often features themes of Gender identity, softness, and color theory.