Guides, booklets, and toolkits

Australian:

Aizura, A. Z., Walsh, J., Pike, A., Ward, R., & Jak. (2010). Gender questioning. Trans Melbourne Gender Project, Gay and Lesbian Health Victoria and Rainbow Network Victoria.

Fink, M., & Scott, M. (2015). OMG I’m trans. Minus18.

headspace, & Transgender Victoria. (n.d.). Gender identity and mental health.

Inner City Legal Centre. (2016). Getting treatment: What to do if you are trans and under 18. NSW.

Snelleksz-Mathelot, C., & WA Gender Project. (2007). Simply trans: Information on transgenderism and transsexuality for young people, their family, friends and support workers. Perth Inner City Youth Service, Gay and Lesbian Community Services, and Department for Community Development.

Ygender, & Minus 18. (2017). Trans 101: Gender diversity crash course.

 

International:

Advocates for Youth. I think I might be transgender, now what do I do? A brochure by and for transgender youth. Washington, DC: Advocates for Youth. (Also available in Amharic, Chinese, French, Spanish, and Vietnamese)

Alberta Government. (n.d.). Transphobic bullying.

GLSEN. (n.d.). The GLSEN jump-start guide: Part 7 Where’s the “T” in GSA? Making your student club trans-inclusive. GLSEN.

Gendered Intelligence. (n.d.). Trans youth sexual health booklet.

Jai, L., Strachan, S., Griffin, S., & Easton, A. (n.d.). A coming out guide for trans young people. Glasgow: LGBT Youth Scotland.

Lambda Legal & National Youth Advocacy Coalition (NYAC). (2008). Bending the mold: An action kit for transgender students.

Sci:dentity Project & Gendered Intelligence. (2007). A guide for young trans people in the UK. Department of Health.