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GenderBridge -NZ    A Great Site with a Vast Amount of Info.. See their "Resource" section.




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For The Parents of Gender-Variant Children

Here are listed sources of information. Almost all contain additional links to further sites.

Not all information is useful, so use your own judgement.

It is important to learn everything you can!

           A Resource For Parents Who Want Information And Advice On A Child With Gender-Variant Behaviours.





  • Sex and Gender are Different: Sexual Identity and Gender Identity are Different


  • What Causes Transsexualism


            Click here to view PDF (195KB)

  • Boy 10, youngest Australian to have sex change

            Click here to view PDF (124KB)

  • A Defining Moment in Our History


  • A Sex Difference in the Human Brain and its Relation to Transsexualism


  • How Frequently Does Transsexualism Occur


  • The Centre For Children’s Health And The Environment (CCHE)


            The Young MTF Transsexual - ( 46KB )

  • Transitioning early in life



  • TransKids Purple Rainbow Foundation ------------


  • TransFamily E-Mail Discussion Groups

  • Mermaids: A Support Group For Gender Variant Children And Teenagers


  • Body Burden — The Pollution in Newborns  A Benchmark Investigation Of Industrial Chemicals, Pollutants And Pesticides In Umbilical Cord Blood Environmental Working Group, July 14, 2005



  • Transsexual Children's Successes:  Links and Photos


  • Transsexual Women's Successes:  Links and Photos


  • Internet Safety and Fake Internet Transsexuals


  • GenderCare: The first to web-diagnose, web-treat and web-educate about Gender Variance


  • Transgender Boy Barred From Catholic School

   boy barred.html

  • Only Son is Now Her Daughter boy barred.html

  • Insists a Child Born a Girl boy barred.html

  • Also ... Locally...

  • "Open Doors".........................

Open Doors began in response to a funding round that was announced as part of the Reconnect Program - an early intervention program for young people who are homeless, at risk of homelessness, and their families. A number of people who were already working with lesbian, gay, bisexual and/or transgendered young people in Brisbane got together to plan and develop a service that could support young people and their families, as well as provide education to the community on the issues, needs and experiences they face.

The group was successful and Open Doors was funded from July 1 2001. Brisbane Youth Service agreed to auspice the funds on behalf of the Open Doors Steering Committee until such time as Open Doors became incorporated in its own right. The committee then began writing policies and procedures to ensure the service began with strong foundations and a clear focus.

Open Doors commenced direct service with young people in January 2002 and held an official launch on March 7 2002 which was attended by over 100 people with circus performers.

            Brisbane, Australia

            Coordinator: Sally Morris

            5 Greensquare Close or PO Box 194

            Fortitude Valley QLD 4006
           (on the corner of Constance St and Green Square Close,
           ground floor with entrance on Constance St)



The PFLAG (Parents & Friends of Lesbians and Gays) Brisbane, PFLAG is a peer support group, organised by parents, for parents whose children have disclosed their sexual orientation as gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender (LGBT). We are 100% voluntary, non political and non religious based.

Contact Us

Please use the details below to get in touch with us. We are open Monday - Wednesday, 9am - Noon. Please leave a message if you are calling outside of these hours, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Brisbane, Australia . ..........  Email



30 Helen Street, Newstead QLD 4006

Shelly Argent OAM







            For LGBTI communities in Queensland Australia.


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