Hello everyone and welcome to my first resource blog. Austin and the surrounding areas have so many resources that I decided to share them as they come to my attention.
Below is a service provided by the Texas Law Department at the University of Texas at Austin. The message below is the exact email that was sent to me. I hope that you find this service helpful.
The Tran Name & Gender Marker Project provides free assistance in obtaining name and/or gender-marker corrections on basic forms of identification.
If you are interested in the Project’s services or getting involved, please fill out this confidential survey. (You can also find the survey by search “Trans Name and Gender Marker Project UT Law Pro Bono”)
Our next Informational and Intake Session is coming up! It will be:
Friday, March 4, at 5:30-7:30 PM
Please RSVP for location and details
Coming out is a process. It takes many different shapes and forms. Often times people worry about the reaction of parents and families the most. Good relationship or bad relationship, you are their family and you have a huge impact on their life.
This post isn’t about one sexuality or gender identity and it isn’t a step by step on how to come out. I’m writing this for parents and family members of someone who recently came out. I’m asked by clients all the time, “What do I do?” or “What do I say?” This is a normal reaction even for the most open minded of family members.
Ah February, the month of love, the month you show that special someone exactly how you feel.
What a load of crap.
Maybe it has some truth to it.
Valentine’s Day is a huge holiday in our culture. And for some people, not only single people, February can seem like an extremely lonely month because of this one little day.
About my Blog
I love providing people with information. So in my blog you will find posts on topics such as: community resources, media suggestions, parenting questions, and informational posts.