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Project of the Vancouver Prisoners' Justice Day Committee, Joint Effort and Books 2 Prisoners. Listing of US laws that are TG-inclusive; info on legal issues affecting TG people in the US.Although it is specific to the USA, some of the info is very helpful for lobbying in other countries as well - particularly examples of legislation. Bi-monthly online newsletter put out by FORGE (For Ourselves: Reworking Gender Expression), an American education, advocacy and support umbrella organization supporting FTM s and SOFFAs.
Organization of LGBT Latina/o communities from grassroots to national levels, to overcome social, health, and political barriers faced due to sexual orientation, gender identity, and race/ethnicity. Aims to educate society regarding First Nations and Two-Spirit histories and traditions, to insure community cohesion through the promotion of health, to promote Two-Spirit visibility, and to provide training and outreach to the Native and non-Native communities of the Northwest.Trans-inclusive group with some trans-specific resources, including a report on HIV/AIDS among MTF prisoners. Website for prison justice organizating in Vancouver.Includes analysis of the politics of prison, resources for action, and a calendar of upcoming events.If you can think of better ways to describe various elements of trans communities, we welcome your suggestions.We welcome your suggestions for links, especially links to resources in and near British Columbia. Articles, personal pages and personal ads, info for partners, fiction, resources, events, shopping, news/chats, surveys, newsletters, webrings, and more. Site "for women who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and/or queer (including female-to-male and male-to-female trans people in any state of transition), and who are identified ethnically or culturally with the Arab world, regardless of where they live." Includes writing (articles, poetry, etc.), message/chat board, and lists of community resources. Peer support and information for people born with atypical genitalia, as well as education for family members and health professionals.