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Mazzoni Center’s educational efforts are receiving deserved attention with one of its program recently being featured in a Cosmopolitan article on sex education. Elizabeth Kahn, director of education at the center, oversees two main programs: Yes PLEASE! and Brave Schools. While both are youth education programs, they offer entirely different services. Yes PLEASE was initially started as a Center for Disease Control service offering sex education to LGBTQ youth.

Although it’s no longer run by the CDC, the intention remains the same. It seeks to Read more...

On Sunday, The New York Times reported on a memo drafted by the Trump Administration that could lead to regulatory attempts to define gender as “as either male or female, unchangeable, and determined by the genitals that a person is born with.”

The Times outlined that the memo, drafted by the Department of Health & Human Services, threatens to dramatically roll-back protections for transgender and gender nonconforming communities and narrow the Read more...

 

FTM Magazine will be joining us at this year’s trans wellness conference tabling event. Among the highlights to watch out for are appearances by Hanson Gobron, this month’s FTM cover model, and pioneering filmmaker, speaker and activist Buck Angel; the mystery reveal of FTM’s Fall cover model; and, an acoustic set by Jaimie Wilson.

Be sure to stop by Table #1.

Thursday 8/2

All Day, Aidan Faiella Vice President of FTM Magazine, Jason Ballard Owner of FTM Read more...

The 2018 Philadelphia Trans Wellness Conference schedule is now online! We want to thank you for being patient while you waited for the schedule goes online.

Note: Some workshops are still being uploaded to the schedule as we get final approvals. Check back weekly for updates to the conference schedule.

Click Here to See the Schedule. Read more...

The WPATH Student Initiative (WSI) is collaborating with Philadelphia Trans Wellness Conference to organize the 5th graduate student research symposium as part of conference programming. The symposium showcases the latest research in transgender health from graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, and other advanced research trainees across a variety of academic disciplines

This event is available to all conference attendees (Professional Track and General Track.)  No CEUs are offered for the Read more...