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Supporting Trans Victims of Crime (compiled)

Resources for friends, loved ones, and community members Trans and non-binary people experience high rates of violence and victimization (including bullying, sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking, and hate-motivated bias). We all lean on loved ones, friends,...

Healing From Trauma (compiled)

The vast majority of trans and non-binary individuals have experienced violence, abuse, or crime in their lifetime.  These kinds of traumas can leave scars that may last a long time.  It is never too late to begin or continue healing. Remember: It wasn’t your fault...

Bathrooms Resources (compiled)

All people deserve the right to use the bathroom that aligns with their gender.  Unfortunately, all too often, trans and non-binary people are denied access to public restrooms through legislation or by individuals who decide to police entry. These unjust practices...

Transgender Aging Network

The Transgender Aging Network (TAN) exists to improve the lives of current and future trans/SOFFA (Significant Others, Friends, Family and Allies) elders by: Identifying, promoting communication among, and enhancing the work of researchers, service providers,...
Ending Trans Domestic Violence Murders

Ending Trans Domestic Violence Murders

Around half of the murders of trans women of color are actually intimate partner violence; this tip sheet talks about practical preventative tactics, including safety tips for victims, tips for service providers, and ways all of us can create safer environments and...
FAQ: Maslow’s Hierarchy

FAQ: Maslow’s Hierarchy

Psychologist Abraham Maslow taught us that human needs can be arranged in a hierarchy in which the most basic (finding food, sleeping) must be met before we can address more advanced needs such as self-esteem and creativity. This FAQ addresses why transgender...
FAQ: Intersectionality

FAQ: Intersectionality

All of us have multiple identities. When more than one of our identities is socially stigmatized, the problems we face multiply. That is “intersectionality.” This FAQ explains intersectionality and how it played out in the life of one young African-American trans...
FAQ: Pronouns and Trans Individuals

FAQ: Pronouns and Trans Individuals

This tip sheet is designed for service providers new to the role pronouns play in trans communities. Includes how to ask about pronouns, why pronouns may differ by environment, and what pronouns some non-binary people use.
101 Trans Identity Words

101 Trans Identity Words

This list of 101 terms used by people in the trans community was compiled in the early 2000s. Countless more have been added since.