Trans* guy Chase Ross blogs about his transition
An intersex individual blogs about intersex people, conditions, and issues in the hope that it will play its small part in introducing and educating others about intersex, and inspire individuals to do the same.
Incisive words from feminist journalist Jane Fae
Adventures of a non-binary trans*person in a binary world
The blog of Sarah Brown, Liberal Democrat Cambridge City Councillor and trans activist.
International Support Forums for Klinefelter Syndrome. Scottish members are active.
The Gender Identity Clinic (GIC) in Hammersmith (sometimes known as the Charing Cross GIC) is the largest and oldest gender identity clinic in the world and has been in operation since the 1960s.
The website of UKIA contains information about all aspects of Intersex and is intended to inform and educate.
Since 1998 Transgender Zone has been supporting those who feel they are confused about their gender, those who are looking for support for someone who is transgender, and health and social care professionals, broadcast media and lay people who want to learn more about the subject. They work to educate those who are living with gender dysphoria and increase awareness about this and other gender identity issues.
The service sees children and young people (up to the age of 18) and their families who are experiencing difficulties in the development of their gender identity. This includes children who are unhappy with their biological sex. It is staffed by a multi-disciplinary group with contributions from child and adolescent psychiatry, psychology, social work, psychotherapy and paediatrics.