We have also featured:
› On LBC Radio, to discuss the way in which gender ideology is infiltrating unrelated components of the school curriculum.
› On Spirit Radio, to help the general public understand the experimental nature of many of the treatments now offered for gender dysphoria.
› On Newstalk Radio about issues related to the “conversion therapy” ban.
› In the Dallas Morning News, using the opportunity of “And Just Like That” (the “Sex and the City” reboot) to provide context about parenting gender-questioning kids.
› In The Australian, raising concerns about the dogmatic “affirmation only” treatment model.
› In The Daily Telegraph, sharing a Genspect parent’s view on the pernicious influence of ill-considered messaging in children’s television.
› Again in The Daily Telegraph, providing clarification about the consequences of UK law for gender-questioning kids.
› In The Times and The Daily Mail, to stress the way in which harmful and outdated gender stereotypes are being used to justify life-long medical interventions.
› Again in The Times, with Genspect advisor Sinéad Watson speaking candidly about her own transition and subsequent detransition.
› Not once, not twice but three times in Medscape, a well-reputed medical portal read by many clinicians and health professionals across the world.
› And in the highly prestigious journal The Lancet, explaining the complexities of providing information to gender dysphoric youth.
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We created our sister website, Stats for Gender, to improve the accessibility of high-quality, peer-reviewed data pertaining to trans issues.
Each topic is easily displayed with a simple click: from demographics and DSDs to comorbidities and neurodivergence.
Stats for Gender gives you findings from the latest cutting-edge research, ensuring that you are up to date with the science as it stands.
As the world around us shifts, content-makers are noticing – and responding. Each of the documentaries we recommend provides its own unique view of what is happening to today’s adolescents.
Co-hosted by Genspect Director Stella O’Malley and Genspect Advisor Sasha Ayad, Gender: A Wider Lens provides a series of thoughtful interviews which will add depth to your perspective on transgender identities. With many dozens of different voices, the Wider Lens podcast offers new ways of thinking about gender issues.
From Abigail Shrier and Debra Soh to Kathleen Stock and Helen Joyce, we’ve curated a small library of recommended books which we believe can elucidate this complex topic. We also recommend a couple of kids’ books, bringing a positive message about bodily self-acceptance.
Our list of written resources ranges from key peer-reviewed papers to media articles and self-help sections – plus a couple of our own resources, too.
The ever-shifting language of gender identity can be hard to keep up with. In many cases, words and phrases can seem like “poison pills”, deliberately engineered to favour a highly ideological view of gender and identity. Our Glossary lists the terms you need to know, so you don’t get caught off-guard.
You can also read testimonies from parents around the world who have contacted Genspect. These powerful accounts demonstrate the need to include parents in decisions about their kids’ welfare, rather than consigning them to walk-on parts in their own family lives.