I don't see a lot of resources for T or Q, just LGB. The closest thing to things for trans, intersex and nonbinary people (I'm sort of all three, so this has personal impact) that I could find was the essay on gendered pronouns. Which was good, even if it only really talked about people that used non gendered pronouns for a semantic reason, but only covered a small part of a much larger picture. — Asked by Anonymous

parentsproject:

Hi there!

To date, we have over 20 posts that address questions related to gender identity, and continue to grow those resources! We are equally committed to providing resources to all identities. Let us know what other topics and questions you’d like to see and we will have our writers tackle them! 

Check out the gender section of The Parents Project here!

Hey, thanks for sharing these resources!

itgetsbetterproject:

We’re celebrating The Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network (GLSEN)'s Ally Week with It’s Pronounced Metrosexual! What about your ally inspires you? ‪#‎BetterAllies‬!

itgetsbetterproject:

We’re celebrating The Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network (GLSEN)'s Ally Week with It’s Pronounced Metrosexual! What about your ally inspires you? ‪#‎BetterAllies‬!

10 ways you can take action and be an ally to trans people

lookdifferentmtv:

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1. Educate yourself. Find out how here.

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2. Use a person’s preferred pronouns when referring to or speaking with a transgender person. If you aren’t sure what pronouns to use, it’s alright to politely ask. Do not ask for a transgender person’s “real name.” You can also join…

Be a proactive friend by checking out these tips for how to be an ally for trans people. Thanks lookdifferentmtv!

P.S. Make sure to check out The T Word tonight at 7pm EST on Logo!

crumb:

Laverne Cox Presents: The T Word Official Promo

Follow the courageous lives of young trans people in this groundbreaking documentary hosted by actress Laverne Cox. Don’t miss ‘The T Word,’ premiering Friday, October 17 at 7/6c on MTV and Logo.

everyoneisgay:

kristinnoeline:

parentsproject:

WATCH: This Is a Show for Parents of Gay* Kids, Episode 2

We are so excited to share our second episode of This is a Show for Parents of Gay* Kids! Everyone is Gay and Parents Project contributor Liam Lowery joins us to talk about the differences between gender identity and sexuality. We also got to interview Jazz Jennings, 13-year-old author of “I Am Jazz”! 

Super proud of this episode. <3

Second Episode of This is a Show for Parents of Gay* Kids, tackling the difference between gender identity and sexuality!

Great video! Take a look!

Have you heard of a teenage girl named Jazz? I forget her lat name, but she wrote a children's book about being trans (I have a boys body but a girls brain) and I think that's awesome. — Asked by eliot-writes

trans-parenting:

I have heard of Jazz, yes!  And her book, I Am Jazz is on my to-read list.  She was recognized this last year as part of the Out 100 list, and the Advocates 40 under 40.  In any case, I think she seems pretty great and has been a fantastic representative of trans kids.  She is currently working on her own organization for trans kids called the Transkids Purple Rainbow Foundation.  It will be exciting to see where her advocacy will take her as she continues to grow up.

Jazz is awesome! :)

mtv:

🌺 BRB having the best day with laverne cox 🌺
'laverne cox presents: the t word' premieres friday at 7p et &#160;»

Looking forward to The T Word tomorrow!

mtv:

🌺 BRB having the best day with laverne cox 🌺

'laverne cox presents: the t word' premieres friday at 7p et  »

Looking forward to The T Word tomorrow!

Vernie the cat has gone purple for Spirit Day! Everyone in the office has, too. Stay tuned for pictures of that, and make sure to post your own!

P.S. Each time you upload a photo through Johnson &amp; Johnson&#8217;s Donate a Photo app and select The Trevor Project, Johnson &amp; Johnson will donate $1 to our life-saving mission of preventing suicide among LGBTQ youth.
Download the app for iPhone and Android. 
You can donate one photo per day until the donation period ends on November 30th, or until we reach the maximum donation amount of $16,000. The Trevor Project will still receive a minimum donation even if the total raised is below the minimum goal.

Vernie the cat has gone purple for Spirit Day! Everyone in the office has, too. Stay tuned for pictures of that, and make sure to post your own!

P.S. Each time you upload a photo through Johnson & Johnson’s Donate a Photo app and select The Trevor Project, Johnson & Johnson will donate $1 to our life-saving mission of preventing suicide among LGBTQ youth.

Download the app for iPhone and Android

You can donate one photo per day until the donation period ends on November 30th, or until we reach the maximum donation amount of $16,000. The Trevor Project will still receive a minimum donation even if the total raised is below the minimum goal.

Thanks transgirlnextdoor for reminding us that everyone&#8217;s gender is unique! Wear what makes you comfortable, regardless of whether it falls into a neat category. You&#8217;re the only you out there, so be the best you!

Thanks transgirlnextdoor for reminding us that everyone’s gender is unique! Wear what makes you comfortable, regardless of whether it falls into a neat category. You’re the only you out there, so be the best you!

glaad:

Take a stand against bullying! Go over to Facebook and share one of these graphics to show that you’ve got the backs of LGBT youth for #spiritday and every day! 

We’re going purple tomorrow! Share one of these graphics to show your support, too!

glaad:

#spiritday is coming! Go purple on social media now so you’re ready to take a stand against bullying on 10/16! Go to http://glaad.org/spiritday to go purple!

glaad:

#spiritday is coming! Go purple on social media now so you’re ready to take a stand against bullying on 10/16! Go to http://glaad.org/spiritday to go purple!