Here we have compiled a list of resources that may be helpful to gender questioning, desisting, and detransitioning people. This is by no means a complete list, but these resources are a few places to start. Various groups and resources listed may have political interests that are not aligned with our individual values as detransitioned and desisted people or Detrans Voices as a group.
Arty Morty discusses the influence and impact of transgender beliefs and ideology on the gay and lesbian community from the perspective of a gay man.
Boyce of Reason: Benjamin Boyce series on Gender, Sexuality, and Transition
Type of resource: Video Podcast, Podcast
Description: Boyce interviews people with a spectrum of perspectives and experience on identity, gender, sexuality, gender transition, and detransition.
Type of resource: Video Blog
Description: Video blog exploring the topic of autogynephilia and transgender identity.
Malone, William J., MD
Type of resource: Social Media
Description: “I’m an endocrinologist concerned about the lack of evidence for hormonal and surgical treatments for gender dysphoria, and the failure of medical societies to facilitate debate on this issue. I’m concerned that gender non-conforming, and autism spectrum adolescents and young adults are being told that hormones and surgeries will provide solutions to social difficulties or body discomfort, when there’s no convincing evidence of that.
I’m concerned about the harm that’s being done to these individuals with powerful hormones and irreversible surgeries. Learn more at http://segm.org.”
Marchiano, Lisa, LCSW
Type of resource: Essays
Description: Psychotherapist and Certified Jungian Analyst. Marchiano writes on Quillette about Gender Dysphoria, diagnosis, and transgenderism.
Society for Evidence Based Gender Medicine
Type of resource: Professional Society
Description: From their website: “We are a growing group of international professionals with expertise in a range of clinical and academic disciplines who share a deep concern over the lack of quality evidence behind the increasing use of frequently irreversible hormonal and surgical interventions as the first line of treatment for young people with gender-dysphoria. Gender-dysphoric and questioning individuals deserve respect, compassion, and high-quality medical care. Join us in our mission to promote evidence-based care for gender dysphoric children, adolescents, and young adults that prioritizes long-term outcomes, and is free from undue political, ideological, religious or financial influences.”
Type of resource: Video Podcast
Description: Trans Bruh is a video podcast hosted by transsexual man Mars. Mars invites people with different perspectives and experiences related to transgender topics/issues, LGBT, and controversial topics to have a conversation.