Is this you?
Our team is expanding and diversifying. If you think you'd be a good fit for a leadership role with us, be in touch! We are especially looking to add transwomen to our team.
Dr Ray Blanchard
Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto. He was a member of the Sexual and Gender Identity Disorders Work Group for the DSM-5 and has made significant contributions to research of gender dysphoria.
Dr Lisa Littman
Dr. Littman is a physician-scientist and currently the President and Director of the Institute for Comprehensive Gender Dysphoria Research. Her research is focussed on GD and desistance/detransition.
Severus is an African trans man and community psychologist His work focuses on addressing mental health challenges and human rights violations faced by gender and sexual diverse individuals in Africa.
Pam is a software executive in the field of data analytics and a part of the leadership team at Genspect, an international
organization representing parents
of gender questioning youth.
Levi is a policy, strategy and higher education specialist with experience in a range of UK organisations, including several universities, the Scottish Parliament, Stonewall and the Equality Challenge Unit.
Sinéad is a detransitioned woman from Scotland who underwent medical transition between 2015-2019. She is an advocate for balanced care of gender questioning youth.
Christina is an independent journalist who writes about gender, pseudoscience, mental health, autism & critical thinking. She advocates for early autism screening & transition care that prioritizes thorough, individualized assessments.
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Gender Dysphoria Alliance (GDA) was formed in 2021 as a small group of community members who are concerned about the direction that gender medicine and activism has taken. We've created this platform to give others who share our concerns a place to learn, network, teach, and tell their own stories. Our network is quickly growing and partnering with other similar groups and individuals around the world.
Though our members come from diverse cultural backgrounds, hold various political and spiritual beliefs, and different professional designations, GDA is not formally affiliated with any political party, religious organization or professional association.
Our members don't agree about everything but we are committed to thoughtful and respectful dialogue, working through complex ideas and forging a new path forward for those with GD, alongside others in our communities.
GDA does not provide medical, mental health or legal services.
We strive to be free of conflicts of interest.