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Copy of Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation

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Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation
Lanzenberger: "These results suggest that the gender identity is reflected in the structure of brain networks which form under the modulating influence of sex hormones in the course of the development of the nervous system."

Medical University of Vienna. (2015, January 7). Networks of
the brain reflect the individual gender identity. ScienceDaily. Retrieved November 15, 2015 from www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/01/150107082133.htm
Toll-Free Helplines
The Trevor Project (Crisis intervention and suicide prevention services for LGBTQ young adults)
866-488-7386
The Gay & Lesbian National Hotline
888-843-4564
The GLBT National Youth Talkline (Youth serving youth through age 25)
800-246-7743
http://pflagtemecula.org/
PFLAG Temecula!
Gino aka Capria Luchia
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Useful Links! (:
http://www.hrc.org/resources/glossary-of-terms

http://itspronouncedmetrosexual.com/2013/01/a-comprehensive-list-of-lgbtq-term-definitions/#sthash.4aKNsrd7.dpbs
Top 10 Ways to Be a Good LGBT Ally

1. Learn about the diversity of gender and sexuality
2. Don't make assumptions
3. Discover LGBT history
4. Stand up to homophobia and transphobia
5. Learn about LGBT inequality and policy issues
6. Read and follow LGBT news
7. Embrace the T in LGBT
8. Listen to LGBT voices
9. Get involved with local LGBT groups
10. Be open
The Do's and Don't's of being an ALLY
DO: Create and support policies against discrimination based upon gender identity and sexual orientation.

DON'T: make assumptions about who is is standing in front of you, on the phone, represented or a piece of paper or email, etc.

DO: Respect the self-definitions of others.

DO: Ask questions, learn more, then work in your own communities to help dispel the false stereotypes and unjust discrimination and phobias of the LGBT community
PFLAG supports LGBT people, their families, and friends locally and nationally, educates communities on sexual orientation, gender identity, and LGBT issues, and advocates for equal rights for LGBT people on local, stat, and national levels
LGBT Rights in California
Assembly Bill (AB) 1266, also known as the “School Success and Opportunity Act,” was introduced by Assemblyman Tom Ammiano on February 22, 2013. It requires that pupils be permitted to participate in sex-segregated school programs, activities, and use facilities consistent with their gender identity, without respect to the gender listed in a pupil’s records. AB 1266 was approved by Governor Brown on August 12, 2013. (http://www.cde.ca.gov/re/di/eo/faqs.asp)

The Gender Nondiscrimination Act (AB 887) went into effect January 1, 2012 and clarified that gender identity was also included AB 196, which prohibits discrimination in housing and employment based on sex (https://shadowproof.com/2011/10/10/what-the-gender-nondiscrimination-act-ab-887-does-for-californias-trans-people/)
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