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You're celebrating Trans Awareness Week? NICE! In our eyes, you're already a winner – it's so important to champion inclusive spaces, and to be a visible ally to the trans and gender diverse community.

It goes without saying then, that team Minus18 is here to equip you with everything you need to have an amazing Trans Awareness Week activity. Articles, Zoom backgrounds, educational resources, shareable social media tiles, videos to play – it's all here.

Our Trans Awareness Week Pride Packs even contain educational posters and conversation cards. Order one today to deck your activity out with all the trans ally gear you could possibly need!

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Articles

What to talk about on Trans Awareness Week

How to be a trans ally

Celebrating Trans Pride and Trans Awareness Week with Deni Todorovic

What are pronouns and why are they important?

What's the difference between sexuality and gender?

How to support and celebrate your LGBTQIA+ child

See all Trans Awareness Week articles

Videos

Trans 101: The Basics

What are pronouns?

What to do when your child comes out

How to support and celebrate your LGBTQIA+ child

Zoom (or your chosen digital meeting program!) Backgrounds

They/Them

He/Him

He/They

She/They

Social Media Tiles

CELEBRATE TRANS PRIDE

TRANS DAY OF REMEMBRANCE

YOU ARE WELCOME HERE

TRANS RIGHTS ARE HUMAN RIGHTS

Pronoun Email Signatures

He/Him

She/Her

She/They

He/They

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How to be an active LGBTQIA+ ally

There are loads of ways to be an active ally to your LGBTQIA+ family, friends, colleagues, clients and the wider community.

family + friends
Celebrating diversity in the LGBTQIA+ community

In all corners of the world, experiences of being part of the LGBTQIA+ community vary as wildly and as wonderfully as the people experiencing them.

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How to support someone coming out

That’s one of the questions we’re asked most often at Minus18 – by family, friends, teachers, service providers and young people. Here are our tips!

coming out
Dealing with unsupportive family during lockdown

Spending more time than usual with family can be challenging, especially if they’re unsupportive of your LGBTQIA+ identity. Here are our tips for making it easier.

wellbeing