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Transition 101 Guide

For those looking at a Gender affirming transition, focused mainly on a medical transition.

Be True 2 Me Operations

Be True 2 Me is a registered organisation in South Africa We have a Directors registered as a Non Profit Company with the Dept of Trade Industry CIPC The NPC is the custodians of the Non Profit Organisation registered with Dept of Social Development. The NPO is lead by our Chairperson and 5 directors as…
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Community Database

Community Database – Please let us know your info

International day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia

On the 17th of May BeTrue2me.org was invited to set up a display at the Nedbank head office building in Sandton, as part of Nedbanks inclusion policy to show support for the LGBTIQ+ employees. The event was co-ordinated by Anthony Seger a member of the Nedbank’s LGBTIQ Community Forum. We were set up in the…
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BE TRUE 2 ME CALLS ON TRANSGENDER COMMUNITY TO SUBMIT ISSUES AND CONCERNS FOR POLITICAL PARTIES AND GOVERNMENT CONSIDERATION

PRESS RELEASE 04 May 2019 BE TRUE 2 ME CALLS ON TRANSGENDER COMMUNITY TO SUBMITT ISSUES AND CONCERNS FOR POLITICAL PARTIES AND GOVERNMENT CONSIDERATION Be True 2 Me, a non-profit organisation serving the Transgender and Gender Diverse community of South Africa, is calling for written or multimedia submissions on the issues and concerns of the…
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PsySSA Guidelines

The PsySSA Guidelines, it is not only helpful for professionals but anyone working with Gender Diverse Individuals Practice Guidelines For Psychology Professionals Working With Sexually And Gender-Diverse People

Be True 2 Me Guideline: Legal Gender Marker and Forename Change

Legal recognition of one’s gender is important. In South Africa you have the right to change your forenames and Gender Marker. Here is a guideline on the process

SASHA

Lee-Anne is guest speaker at SASHA Master Class on 17 November 2018 on  Trans Life

WPATH

Lee-Anne represented Be True 2 Me at the WPATH conference in Argentina which included becoming a member of  WPATH and TPATH.