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Upcoming Fundraiser: Capitol Hill Pub Crawl

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Sunday, March 29, 2015 – 4:30-7:30pm. Starting and ending at Julia’s on Broadway, you’ll arrive to make your $15 donation and receive a wrist band, map and raffle tickets. Once you’ve made your way through the neighborhood, you’ll return to Julia’s for the raffle drawing. Continue reading

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Presenters and Facilitators – We Want You!!

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Are you a GO veteran wanting to up your level of involvement this year? Or are you a newcomer who likes to dive in head first? Perhaps you like to take part in meaty and lively discussions, providing guidance so that all present have the chance to be heard? If this in any way describes you, we’ve got an opportunity you don’t want to miss! Continue reading

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Today Only: GiveBIG!

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Hosted by the Seattle Foundation, GiveBIG is a one-day giving event where the foundation’s corporate sponsors will MATCH a share of donations, large or small. This is a great opportunity to help us grow, and we could really use your help today! Continue reading

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An Evolving Experience

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“For many years we were silent and isolated, flying under the radar. We didn’t know anyone else in our situation.” A transgender veteran finds community and camaraderie at Gender Odyssey, then gives back. Continue reading

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My Gender Odyssey through Gender Odyssey

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Alethea shed rigid stereotypes about the gender binary, rigid stereotypes about trans people, and rigid stereotypes about transitioning, to finally find her own gender. Continue reading

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The Journey Home

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I got up the guts to pick up the phone and say, “Hey, I think I’m transgender.” To my eternal relief and great surprise, my friend simply replied, “Hey, me too.” From that moment on I had a teammate against the rest of the world. Continue reading

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A Strong Ally

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I didn’t quite know what to expect but as an advocate who had been making the rounds of the national LGBTQ advocacy conferences, I knew that Gender Odyssey would be different. Continue reading

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GO-ing Home Again

Kyle Jones, Butchtastic

It was the ‘home’ feeling of being among friends and allies, even if I hadn’t met them all yet. I felt accepted and celebrated for who I was, without having to justify or defend my identity. Continue reading

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Why We Treat Transgender Kids

Linda Gromko, MD and author

A physician’s journey from treating transgender adults to treating transgender children, and the compelling arguments that took her there. Continue reading

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From “Midwife” to “Mamma Bear” – A Physician’s Journey at Gender Odyssey

Carolyn Fuller

How a medical student got involved in the transgender community through Gender Odyssey. Continue reading

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