Trans 101 | Part 1
Part 1 of Trans 101 is the very basics involved with Transgender education. Covering terms like Transgender, Transsexual and Transvestite, Cisgender and the differences between sex and gender. This package touches on modern day Transphobia as well as basic respect for interacting with Trans individuals and how to ask someone what their preferred gender pronouns are.
Trans 101 | Part 2
Part 2 of Trans 101 dives deeper into terms, definitions and modern day issues. This package is recommended for those that have a firm understanding of Trans 101 part 1 and want to further their education. Covering Genderqueer and Gender non-conforming people, what steps are typically involved in transitioning, how to be a better ally and how to find support in your local area. We also discuss lightly the rights Transgender people are not granted and the statistics of hate crimes and suicide among the population.
Trans 101 | Part 3
Part 3 of Trans 101 is the most advanced. With the knowledge from Trans 101 part 1 and 2, part 3 is more so about laws and legal acts such as GENDA and how to get involved. Part 3 goes deeper into statistics about hate crimes and suicides and talks about the very real affects of gender dysphoria and how to battle them as both Transgender person and Ally.
Cis to Cis
Cis to cis is a package based on how to talk about Trans people and Transgender issues when you're a cisgender (non-trans) person talking to another cisgender person. It deals with politically correct terms, respect for the individual being spoken about, when to speak up, when not to out someone and how to explain what it means to be Transgender.
Transition and Employment | Part A
Covering both ends of the spectrum, this package talks about basic terminology and respect as well as rights Transgender people have in the work place. It is designed to help companies introducing a Transgender person into their staff to educate their current or future employees on the basic needs for safety and respect.
Transition and Employment | Part B
Mirrored to part A, part B focuses on when and how to come out in the work place as a Transgender person. What legal rights protect you, how to handle discrimination and the thoughts behind staying stealth, or beginning transition.