Resources covering: "Gender Ideology", "Gender Affirmative Care", and "Women's Sex Based Rights".
Affirmation Generation: Full documentary available here.
Recommended Websites: Advocacy and Support Organizations
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Emerging as a leading organisation that offers an alternative to WPATH , Genspect offers a range of education, resources and support for anyone who has been impacted by gender dysphoria. USA based.Website Link
Our Duty Canada
Our Duty is an international support network for parents who wish to protect their children from gender ideology. We put you in touch with other parents who want to protect their children from harm.Website Link
Society for Evidence Based Gender Medicine
Our aim is to promote safe, compassionate, ethical and evidence-informed healthcare for children, adolescents, and young adults with gender dysphoria.Website Link
Women's Declaration International
This Declaration reaffirms the sex-based rights of women which are set out in the Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination against Women adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on 18 December 1979Website Link
We are an organisation of parents, professionals and academics based in the UK who are concerned about the current trend to diagnose children as transgender, including the unprecedented number of teenage girls suddenly self-identifying as "trans".Website Link
Women's Liberation Front
WoLF’s mission is to restore, protect, and advance the rights of women and girls through legal argument, policy advocacy, and public education in the USA.Website Link
Sex Matters is a UK-based not-for-profit organisation. We campaign, advocate and produce resources to promote clarity about sex in public policy, law and culture. We have a singular mission: to re-establish that sex matters in rules, laws, policies, language and culture.Website Link
Dr. Grossman has exposed the dangers and falsehoods of the sexuality and gender industry since 2006. USA based.Website Link
Gender Dysphoria Alliance
International: Gender Dysphoria Alliance (GDA) was formed in 2021 as a small group of community members who are concerned about the direction that gender medicine and activism has taken. We've created this platform to give others who share our concerns a place to learn, network, teach, and tell their own stories.Website Link
Canadian Gender Report
We’re a group of parents and professionals concerned about the medical transition of children, the introduction of gender identity teaching in our schools, and the changing legal landscape that replaces biological sex with the subjective notion of gender self-identity.Website Link
LGB people in Canada are facing a new homophobia because we maintain that biological sex is the basis of our attraction. Organizations that claim to represent us (e.g., advocacy, HR, diversity and inclusion initiatives) now insist that gender identity is more important than biological sex. We reject there assertions.Website Link
Fair Play For Women
Fair Play For Women is a campaigning and consultancy group which raises awareness, provides evidence and analysis, and works to protect the rights of women and girls in the UK.Website Link
Gender Dysphoria Support Network
The Gender Dysphoria Support Network (GDSN) is an international group that aims to offer psychoeducation and support to families of individuals affected by gender dysphoria.Website Link
Gender Exploratory Therapy Association
We believe that individuals who are exploring gender identity or struggling with their biological sex should have access to therapists who will provide thoughtful care and tend to legitimate mental health concerns, without pushing an ideological or political agenda. USA based.Website Link
Partners for Ethical Care
Our mission is to raise awareness and support efforts to stop the unethical treatment of children by schools, hospitals, and mental and medical healthcare providers under the duplicitous banner of gender identity affirmation. We believe that no child is born in the wrong body. USA based.Website Link
Feminist Current is Canada’s leading feminist website. We provide a unique perspective on gender, women’s rights, violence against women, pop culture, politics, current events, sexuality, and many other issues that are often underrepresented or misrepresented by mainstream, progressive, and feminist media sources.Website Link
Women Matter Canada
WMC's goal is to inform the public and politicians on how women have been negatively affected by the passage of Bill C-16 and corresponding policies. For the next Federal election, WMC will ask politicians to recognize the sex-based reality of women and to reflect this reality in the definition and in law.Website Link
Post Trans is a collection of detrans stories from female detransitioners and desisters.Website Link
Gender Health Query
To prevent the over-medicalization of gender nonconforming youth. To prevent harm resulting from medical treatments on trans-identified minors. And to address confusion and rights conflicts that arise from new ideologies about gender (within and outside of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans populations). USA based.Website Link
Parents of ROGD kids
We are skeptical of the current Standard of Care, the "Affirmative Approach," which only seems to confirm and solidify our children's misguided, externally-influenced sense of self. And we are horrified at the growing number of young people whose bodies have been disfigured, their physical and mental health destroyed by transitioning, only to discover—too late—that it did little to relieve their dysphoria.Website Link
Bayswater Support Group
We are here to support one another – to help parents feel less isolated; to provide the tools to advocate for their child in school and within health services and to help parents to hear and understand their child’s distress. UK based.Website Link
Detrans Voices is led by two desisted women and one detransitioned woman. As a community, we saw a need for a website that could offer support and information to men and women wishing to detransition or desist.Website Link
Parents with Inconvenient Truths about Trans (PITT)
PITT is a space for parents that have been impacted by gender ideology to share their uncensored stories, experiences, and thoughts, while remaining anonymous to protect themselves and their families. Our objective is to inform the public about the devastating impact of gender ideology on our families through our personal experiences.Website Link
Independent Council on Women's Sports
Elevating and empowering female athletes. Protecting safety, fairness and opportunity for girls and women. USA based.Website Link
Advocacy for Girls & Women in Sports Champion Women is a non-profit organization that provides legal advocacy for girls and women in sports. USA based.Website Link
Stats for Gender
Gender at your fingertips. The sources we use are selected for their reliability. We mostly use peer-reviewed papers; however, we occasionally refer to government-commissioned studies, authoritative bodies’ submissions to governmental commissions, published books, or doctoral theses. In a few cases, we provide references for the purpose of debunking unreliable data.Website Link
APISC Digital Research Foundation
APISC Digital Research Foundation Inc. is a Canadian Non-Profit Foundation created to advance the understanding of known and unknown socially-mediated harms to children and teenagers due to internet usage and to online social media influence. APISC stands for Adolescent Peer Influence and Social Contagion.Website Link
Recommended books on the impact of "Gender Ideology" and "Gender Affirmation" policies.
The End of Gender
Author: Dr. Debra Soh
In The End of Gender, Debra Soh takes seemingly forbidding subjects such as neuroscience and genetics and makes them relatable and relevant. Questioning the credo that there are no differences between male and female brains, Soh examines the changing perceptions of masculinity and femininity in today’s world, and their implications for the younger generation.
Author: Helen Joyce
From the history of transition and transgenderism to the consequences of gender ideology in modern society, Trans: When Ideology Meets Reality gives a detailed analysis of what gender has come to mean, and what that means for the rest of us. This Sunday Times bestseller should be on everyone’s reading list.
Author: Abigail Shrier
With Irreversible Damage, American journalist Abigail Shrier did more than anyone else to alert the public to the soaring numbers of distressed teen girls questioning their gender.
Named a book of the year by The Economist and one of the best books of 2021 by The Times and The Sunday Times
Lost in TransNation
Author: Miriam Grossman MD
Lost in TransNation arms parents with the ammunition to avoid, or, if necessary, fight what many families describe as the most difficult challenge of their lives. Parents will learn what to say and how—at home, at school, and if necessary, to police when they appear at the door.
The Abolition of Sex
Author: Kara Dansky
This book shines a light on the truth about “gender identity,” the “transgender” agenda, the very real threats that they pose to all of society—specifically to the rights, privacy, and safety of women and girls—and what the global Women’s Human Rights Campaign is doing to fight back.
Author: Kathleen Stock
In Material Girls, Kathleen Stock turns her philosopher’s critical eye to matters of sex and gender. A work which balances blistering analysis with a deep compassion for women and girls, Stock’s tour de force will doubtless serve as a point of reference for many years, as society comes to terms with the new landscape of gender identity.
Author: Susan Evans & Marcus Evans
Drawing on a psychoanalytic framework, Gender Dysphoria lays the groundwork for a comprehensive clinical approach to gender-questioning adolescents.
Inventing Transgender Children and Young People
Author: Michele Moore & Heather Brunskell-Evans
... an excoriating analysis of how the concept of the ‘trans kid’ has been created in our society – and the many potential negative consequences of this entirely new concept.
Author: Lisa Selin Davis
... in Tomboy, journalist and author Lisa Selin Davis reveals some unexpected facts about girls who buck the trend – and offers us her own predications on where they, and we, might be going next.
Author: Linda Blade and Barbara Kay
In the new book, Unsporting: How Trans Activism and Science Denial are Destroying Sport, former Canadian track champion Linda Blade and renowned National Post columnist Barbara Kay, examine the dangers of gender ideology in sports. They document the attack on biological facts upon which the level playing field of sports rests.
Johnny the Walrus
Author: Matt Walsh
Johnny is a little boy with a big imagination. One day he pretends to be a big scary dinosaur, the next day he's a knight in shining armor or a playful puppy. But when the internet people find out Johnny likes to make-believe, he's forced to make a decision between the little boy he is and the things he pretends to be -- and he's not allowed to change his mind.