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Gender Curiosity

Gender identity can play a huge part in our lives as we’re growing up, and it’s common to question your gender identity.

Your physical features do not determine your gender. Babies are assigned a sex at birth based on anatomical features, but this doesn’t necessarily mean you have to identify with it - and that is perfectly okay!

If you identify with your birth sex, this is known as cisgender. If you don’t, it’s likely that you fit under the broad category of gender diversity.

We begin expressing our gender at very early ages - usually around 2 or 3 years old - through the way we talk about ourselves and choose to dress.

As we get older and enter our teenage years, it’s super common to experiment with your gender. Finding what works for you and expressing your gender can be an exhilarating and freeing experience. Just remember, whatever makes you feel the most yourself and confident, is the way you should be living your life.

While it can definitely feel like you’re alone in this, keep in mind that there are lots of young people questioning and exploring their gender identity. Some people find it beneficial speaking to a supportive healthcare professional while figuring out their gender identity. The world is becoming more aware and accepting of gender diversity, but it can still be a confronting thing to explore if you don’t have a supportive network around you.

And remember, despite all this talk of exploring your gender identity, you don’t need to label yourself! You do whatever works for you.

Change your perspective and uncover a way forward for you!

Here are some things that can help you with that.

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The Last Time I Wore a Dress by Dylan Scholinski
This riveting true story details the journey of Daphne, after finding herself hospital, unable to identify as a 'sexual female'. This leads to her final transition into Dylan.

Luna by Julie Anne Peters
Liam lives a double life. By day he is Liam, the boy everyone knows, by night Liam transform into Luna - the person Liam really wants to be, but is scared to reveal to their family

The Art of Being Normal by Lisa Williamson
David's parents think he's gay. Only his two best friends know the real truth - David wants to be female. Fortunately, David meets Leo, and the two form a friendship that will change the course of their lives.


After leaving his wife, a caring father runs off with his trangsender son into the Montana wilderness.

This story revolves around a trans girl who is introduced to her neighbourhood as a boy but feels alienated in the society.

Lara, a 15-year-old girl who was born in a boy's body, is dedicated to becoming a professional ballerina.


All the best transgender, non-binary and gender-fluid artists all in playlist


Queer Talk
This is an LGBTQ+ Podcast bringing you a regular dose of positive news stories and fabulous interviews

My Amazing Body
This podcast explores the interesting, unknown and misunderstood parts of body with the help of experts. This episodes dives into everything to do with gender.

The Gender GP Podcast
This podcast offers support and services for the trans community provided by medical professionals.

Places to find more resources

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