Alternatively, you can contact the following counselors directly to set up an appointment: Amanda di Bartolomeo - [email protected] Saeromi Kim - [email protected] Dee Chappelear - [email protected] The gender identity spectrum support group welcomes students who are exploring and/or identify ans transgender, gender fluid, and gender nonconforming in their identity and expression.Relevant issues to be addressed include: challenges around coming out negotiating gendered environments establishing identity-affirming relationships coping with gender binary norms accessing health and social services supportive of transgender people addressing issues related to the transitioning process If interested or if you have questions, please contact Saeromi Kim, Ph. at CAPS at (310) 825-0768 or email [email protected] Trans 101: Terminology and Frequently Asked Questions I Think I Might Be Transgender, Now What Do I Do?GSA: Gay-Straight Alliance Network: Gay-Straight Alliance Network is a national youth leadership organization that connects school-based Gay-Straight Alliances (GSAa) to each other and community resources through peer support, leadership development and training.
Brochures dedicated to aiding you on your coming out journey: I Think I Might Be Lesbian, What Do I Do? When we see the diversity and depth of experiences of Asian Pacific Islander LGBT people, we can grow closer as a community.This list is not by any means exhaustive or universal.Neutrois: A website that defines what the term "neutrois" means and which identities fall underneath.Pronoun Dressing Room: Pick your pronouns and try them on.s: UCLA Campus Map of Gender Neutral Restrooms Refuge Restrooms: REFUGE seeks to provide safe restroom access for transgender, intersex, and gender non-confirming individuals.Coming Out as a Transgender Person: This workbook is designed to assist in your journey of coming out to family and friends as a transgender person.This material is not intended to be an exhaustive resource, but a review of current information and suggestions, as well as a series of organized to help you navigate this journey.GLSEN: Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network: At GLSEN, we want every student, in every school, to be valued and treated with respect, regardless of their sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.We believe that all students deserve a safe and affirming school environment where they can learn and grow. This website will guide you through documentation for campus administrators working with LGBTQ populations.Should they have additional questions, employees are encouraged to call the UCOP staff member who helped negotiate the coverage: Joan Manning, 510-987-0746.UC health insurers for employees also offer hormone therapy and psychological counseling.