Part 2: Non-Binary 101

Training Overview

Did you know that 1 out of 4 LGBTQ youth and 1 out of 10 LGBTQ adults are non-binary? With an estimated 343,000 LGBTQ people living in NJ, that means that there are nearly 35,000 (if not more) non-binary people–– living in the state of NJ. Building on Part 1 of the TransAffirmingNJ series, this training further explores what it means to be non-binary, and the ways in which the world can be uniquely hostile for our non-binary peers. This training explores non-binary specific terminology, cultural context, and best practices to ensure non-binary people are being respected and valued. Through activities and group discussion, we will learn the history behind non-binary communities and identities, practice using affirming pronouns, and learn to identify and interrupt common microaggressions non-binary people face.

Please Note: This course runs from 10:30 AM to 12 PM. Participants must attend the entire training in order to receive a certificate of completion.  Completion of this training is required to attend the final course in this series.

Training Dates

  • May 18, 2022 – FULL/CLOSED
  • June 9, 2022- FULL/CLOSED
  • June 24, 2022 – FULL/CLOSED
  • July 21, 2022 – FULL/CLOSED
  • Aug 4, 2022 – FULL/CLOSED
  • Aug 19, 2022 – FULL/CLOSED
  • Sept 23, 2022 – FULL/CLOSED
  • Oct 17, 2022 – FULL/CLOSED
  • Dec 8, 2022 – FULL/CLOSED
  • Jan 13, 2023*
  • Feb 10, 2023*
  • Mar 9, 2023*

    *Will be released around 11/15.  Additional 2023 dates coming soon.

When you click the link above, you will be asked to select the date you would like to attend.  You will also be asked if you would like to register for the Trans & Non-Binary 201 too.  We hope you will!

Questions?  Email us at njrpe@transgendertraininginstitute.com

TransAffirmingNJ is a joint effort between NJ Department of Children & Families, Division on Women & The Transgender Training Institute to help build safer communities for transgender, non-binary and gender non-conforming people across the State of New Jersey. 

This project is supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention via Rape Prevention Education grant funds, administered by the NJ Department of Children & Families, Division on Women.