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Helpful Resources

Gender Dysphoria Alliance is a community of people concerned about the direction that gender medicine and activism has taken.  It is a platform to give others who share the same concern a place to learn, network, teach, and tell their own stories.
Therapy First is a non-profit professional association of over 300 mental health providers worldwide who view psychotherapy as the appropriate first-line treatment for gender dysphoria.
A resource and community for people concerned about same-sex attracted young people harmed by medical transition for gender dysphoria.

The Gender Exploratory Therapy Association (GETA) provides access to therapists who will provide thoughtful care and tend to legitimate mental health concerns, without pushing an ideological or political agenda.


Parents with Inconvenient Truth about Trans (PITT) collects and recounts the personal thoughts, stories, and experiences of parents whose homes have been invaded by gender ideology.
ReIME is a nonprofit education and research organization dedicated to improving ethical long term care and treatment for gender non-conforming children and youth.
Science For Evidence Based Gender Medicine (SEGM) is an international group of over 100 clinicians and researchers concerned about the lack of quality evidence for the use of hormonal and surgical interventions as first-line treatment for young people with gender dysphoria. 
Transition Justice connects detransitioners and others negatively affected by gender medicine with legal assistance. If you have been harmed by transition-related interventions, they can set up a consultation to learn more about you and how we may be able to help.
Affirming Reality is a program developed by Gabrielle Clark to help people parent their children into desistance. A step by step process designed to guide parents on how to engage their trans identifying kids.
The Gender Care Consumer Advocacy Network (GCCAN) seeks to empower recipients of gender transition-related care to become healthy and whole. 
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’ 
A nonprofit public-interest law firm founded to defend parents' rights to shield their children from the impacts of gender identity ideology.
An international group that aims to offer psychoeducation and support to families of individuals affected by gender dysphoria.
Parents of Rapid-Onset Gender Dysphoria Kids is a group of parents whose children have suddenly decided they identify strongly with the opposite sex and are at various stages in transitioning. 
Reliable data which is intuitively categorized and phrased in simple, jargon-free terms. Those who are questioning their gender should have full access to the facts. 
An international alliance of professionals, parent groups, trans people, detransitioners, and others who seek high-quality care for gender distressed young people.
Detrans Foundation is a group of psychologists experienced in providing therapy to clients who are detransitioning or desisting and clients who experience regret about gender transition. 
A community of people who question the medicalization of gender-atypical youth.
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