Homosexuality

Non, les trans ne sont pas “les nouveaux gays”

On pense souvent que le fait d’être transgenre, c’est un peu comme être gay. Mais la vérité est un peu plus complexe – voici pourquoi. Merci a Ypomoni pour la traduction! 🕓 Une lecture de 20 minutes En tant qu’homme gay, j’ai grandi avec une certaine idée de la communauté gay. Parfois, cette idée était …

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No, lo trans no es ‘el nuevo gay’

A menudo se da por sentado que ser trans es muy parecido a ser gay. Pero la verdad es un poco más compleja – y nos gustaría mostrarte cómo. ¡Gracias a Amanda Familias por la traducción! 🕓 20 minutos Como hombre gay, crecí con una cierta idea de la comunidad gay. A veces, esta idea …

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Gender non-conforming children: Promoting well-being and mental health in schools

Here’s the thing about bullying: it reaches into the places where we feel most ashamed, and holds our secrets up for everybody to ridicule. Bullies seek to humiliate and shame the target with cruelty, while the bullies’ sidekicks laugh gleefully. Tragically, people who have been bullied often think that this is their individual, specific failure, …

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Meet the Gender Giraffes!

DRUMROLL… You’ve already met the Gender Unicorn, the Genderbread Person and the Respectful Reindeer. These images are used to teach Gender Identity Theory to kids. We want to give teachers a less ideological alternative… so we’d like to introduce you to THE GENDER GIRAFFES! Please share widely with teachers, schools, doctors, mental health professionals, and …

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Q&A with Dr. Stephen Levine

Written and compiled by Genspect parent Derek Duval. Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Genspect advisor Stephen Levine published the prescient Reflections on the Clinician’s Role with Individuals Who Self-identify as Transgender in the Archives of Sexual Behavior in September 2021.  As he states in the abstract, his aim is “to assist clinicians in their initial …

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Detransition: Highlights of Dr. Littman’s latest peer-reviewed study

Written by Genspect parent Lynn Chadwick. (All bolded and italicized sections are our emphasis.) NOTE: Dr. Lisa Littman will be one of the keynote speakers at the ROGD: What we know and what we’re learning online conference happening this Saturday November 20. Please join her, Stella O’Malley, Dr. David Bell, and a Genspect parent to …

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Edwards-Leeper: Support doesn’t always mean medical interventions

This summary was written by a Genspect parent. Many thanks to independent journalist Meghan Daum of the Unspeakable podcast for giving the complex issue of best care for gender-questioning children and youth the attention it deserves by hosting a three-part series this week with Dr. Laura Edwards-Leeper, journalist Lisa Selin Davis, and affected parents. Many thanks to independent journalist Meghan …

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Dear Dad, Thank You For Taking Away My Dresses

This post was written by guest author Collin Wynter. Check out Collin’s work on Twitter, Substack, YouTube, Odysee and Rumble. When I was young boy, I mean really young (three, four?), as far back as my mind will go, I would dress up in women’s clothes. My aunt’s to be precise. My parents were separated, moving onto divorced at this point, …

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Mayhem in Manchester: When LGB just ain’t enough

This post was written by guest author Collin Wynter. Check out Collin’s work on Twitter, Substack, YouTube, Odysee and Rumble. Genspect — and the parents we represent — would like to thank Collin for taking the time to share this important story. During the Manchester Pride Protest on August 28, Alex Bramham, a gay man, …

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