Join our Google+ Hangout!
We are hosting our first ever Google+ Hangout for teens on Saturday, March 8 at 11:00 AM!
We’ll spend the hour going over updates for this year, discussing what you enjoyed about previous conferences, and talk about what could be improved.
To join, please contact Adam Chang at email@example.com.
Gender Spectrum Support Groups
Gender Spectrum offers a monthly support and information group for adults raising gender-expansive and transgender children. We meet regularly to discuss what gender diversity means to our children and our families. Contact us for more information.
The Stonewall National Museum & Archives
Our own Joel Baum is presenting at the second annual Stonewall Educational Symposium today. Learn more about them here.
Jacob’s New Dress will be showing up in bookstores this week; Amazon has been shipping it for two weeks. Our first interview about the book and our writing process is up at tipsylit, and our first review is up […]
We are so excited to announce the release of Sarah Hoffman’s new book, Jacob’s New Dress.
As youth continue to redefine gender, it is critical to have discussions and conversations on the issue. Read more here: https://genderspectrum.org/blog/145-redefining-gender
This weekend, Gender Spectrum is excited to be sponsoring the Time To THRIVE conference hosted by HRC, the National Education Association and the American Counseling Association. Learn more about the conference at: http://timetothrive.org
Join us February 14-16, 2014, for the HRC Foundation’s 1st annual national conference promoting safety, inclusion and well-being for LGBTQ youth.
We’re looking forward to presenting & tabling at the Time To THRIVE conference hosted by HRC, the National Education Association and the American Counseling Association. Learn more about the conference at:
Gender Spectrum provides education, training and support to help create a gender sensitive and inclusive environment for all children and teens.
Social constructions can sometimes be dismissed as minor issues or benign nuisances in children’s lives - but even something as simple as a Google Search can have a profound meaning.