Our guest contributor and educator Alex Yates reflects on his experiences growing up trans in a small town and shares tips for LGBTQ youth currently living in rural areas
A big challenge for trans folks, one we don’t always talk about, is allies who try to be supportive of us but end up being transphobic or hurtful with how they talk about our community. Here are some examples of sneaky transphobia and why you shouldn’t say them
You’ve gotten your child ready for the first day of school, but is the school ready for them? Read these tips for the parents and educators of trans youth
No matter where you are in your K-12 experience, these tips should serve as guidance for smooth and successful back to school preparation
How do teachers become teachers? And for that matter, how to transgender and gender non-conforming people in particular navigate this process?
It can be difficult to be good when your family doesn’t support your trans identity. These tips will help you stay joyful and surrounded by positive people.
We have given away free tees to 100 lucky winners! Thanks to all the trans youth who shared their pride on social media as part of our trans positivity photo campaign
Snap a photo, share your pride on social media, and you can win a free I Am Enough t-shirt just in time for LGBTQ Pride Month!
To be a successful teacher means you must have a strong grasp of intersectionality.
Every day you get up, get ready, and head to school. I can’t promise that your teachers will say your correct name or pronoun, but I promise you are loved.