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The Youth Wellbeing Directory from the Anna Freud Centre

(Featured resource)The Youth Wellbeing Directory is an online directory of organisations that support young people with a wide range of mental health and wellbeing issues. You can search by postcode or keywords, and quickly find the details of local organisations and services that can support the needs of young people and families.

The Feel Happy with my Gender Fix

The Feel Happy with my Gender Fix brings together the work of transgender and genderfluid young people from around the country who want better recognition and support for those who are discovering their gender. It is the result of a series of workshops in the UK regions and a major event in London on the 23rd of November 2016.

Transgender Identity

Transgender describes people who feel that the sex they were assigned at birth doesn’t match how they feel inside. For example, someone who was born as a girl but has always felt like a boy. If you feel like this, Childline is here to give you help and support if you ever need it. The webpage covers; what transgender means, advice on figuring out whether you are transgender, coming out as transgender, transitioning and dealing with transphobia and bullying.

Discrimination and Equal Opportunities

Treating someone unfairly because of who they are or what they believe in is called discrimination. Equal opporunities are about making sure this doesn’t happen, and that everyone is treated fairly. On this webpage, you can find about what you need to know about discrimination, discrimination in sport, and what you should do if you’re being discriminated against.

How to Come Out

So, after a lot of soul searching you’ve worked out you’re gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender but how do you tell this to the people you love? Coming out is scary, so The Mix is here to hold your hand.