Reports from USPATH

Reports from USPATH

The 2019 conference of the United States Professional Association for Transgender Health was unique in that they created a program that allowed transgender community members to receive scholarships in exchange for reporting on the conference sessions that they...
A slow, painful grind: WPATH 2018 conference report

A slow, painful grind: WPATH 2018 conference report

This report from written by our own Dr. Ruth Peace and first appears on her blog. In the first week of November I attended the 2018 WPATH Symposium in Buenos Aires, Argentina. This biennial event is one of the largest trans studies conferences in the world, with...
Open Letter to WPATH on Genital Surgery

Open Letter to WPATH on Genital Surgery

TPATH is pleased to endorse and lend support to the recently published Open Letter to WPATH on Genital Surgery. If you haven’t gotten a chance yet, check it out at the link and add your name to the signatories.
Solidarity with Sampoorna Working Group

Solidarity with Sampoorna Working Group

Sampoorna Working Group has been reporting on and responding to the Indian Government’s rejection of the Parliamentary Standing Committee’s recommendations for an inclusive and human rights focused transgender bill. Instead they have substituted and tabled...

Belgrade Statement

TPATH is delighted to re-release our Belgrade Statement following 2 other organizations signing on to it. If your organization would also like to sign on please send an e-mail to leadership@tpathealth.org. —– To: World Professional Association for...

EPATH Code of Conduct

To: World Professional Association for Professional Health (WPATH) European Professional Association for Transgender Health (EPATH) From: Transgender Professional Association for Transgender Health (TPATH) We are writing you to express our concern about the Code of...
Welcome to TPATH

Welcome to TPATH

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