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We are delighted and honored to announce that Gender Spectrum was chosen by the San Francisco FrontRunners to be the beneficiary of the 40th Annual San Francisco Pride Run! This is always one of the most enjoyable events of Pride weekend, with runners (and walkers) from throughout the Bay Area coming together for a fun, […]
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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 […]
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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. If […]
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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 […]
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“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 […]
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The holiday season is upon us, and while family gatherings and expectations can be stressful, many of us also get a lot of joy out of the faith traditions that fill the short days and long nights. Whether you’re going to be celebrating with friends, family, or by yourself, it’s a great time to think […]
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It’s getting to be a stressful time for high school seniors, and gender-diverse students have even more to consider in their college search. Our videos on choosing a school and preparing for college have helpful tips for any student. Also see our video series with Harvard’s Schuyler Bailar, the first openly Transgender Division I swimmer […]
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The holidays are near and we have new resources for navigating gender no matter which holiday traditions you celebrate. Parents and families can find great ideas, young people will hear from their peers about gender and the holidays, and professionals can learn some valuable tips for working on gender with youth during the holidays. Check […]
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From November 12 – 19, Gender Spectrum is joining individuals and organizations around the country in recognizing Transgender Awareness Week in support of transgender, nonbinary and Gender-expansive youth and adults. You can see our new video, Transgender Voices from the Gender Spectrum Conference, and more videos and resources below. Many thanks to (in order of […]
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With the excitement of holiday gatherings also come the possibilities of affirmation or rejection of your child’s gender by family members and loved ones. Shifts in identity or expression, new names and pronouns, unsupportive family members and general lack of gender knowledge can provide fertile ground for helping your family and community deepen their understanding […]

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