Being a Super Trans Ally! A Creative Workbook and Journal for Young People


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If you care about making your home, school and community a safer and more accepting place for people of all genders, then this book is for you!

What can you do to be an ally to your transgender, non-binary and gender-expansive friends and family? Everyone needs allies who can support them through challenges, and through engaging with the activities in this book you can develop into an action-oriented Super Trans Ally!

Packed full of activities such as self-reflective questions, journal prompts and role plays, this interactive workbook is perfect for helping young people aged 10+ to reflect on gender, develop their compassion, and discover what skills and talents they can bring to being a Super Trans Ally.


  • Introduction
  • Gender Is A Spectrum Beyond A Binary And Into Outer Space!
  • Everyone Is A Unique Universe
  • Your Loved One Is Trans And They Still Love The Same Colours!
  • When You Say Everybody Is Included, We Mean Everybody!
  • Ask, Don’t Assume
  • Use Your Voice For Your Tans Siblings, Cousin, Or Loved One And Help Grandma Remember
  • Care Beyond A Pinky Swear
  • Now You’re The Teacher: School Everyone
  • Be A Super Trans Ally And Change The World!
  • Glossary Of Terms
  • Resources
  • About The Authors

Author Bio:

Phoenix Schneider. MSW (he/him/his) is a transgender social worker, coach, trainer, author and speaker who has worked with LGBTQ youth and adults for the past 20 years.

Sherry Paris, Med (she/her/hers) is an educator, illustrator, speaker, and diversity trainer who was named as the National Liberty Museum’s first “Teacher as Superhero” in 2017 for her nearly 20-year collaboration with high school youth to create a safe and welcoming school district.


“A wonderful book for those wanting to find fun and engaging activities to inspire people to be better trans and non-binary allies. This is an important resource to have in classrooms, homes, community and faith organizations to help educate their students, families, congregations and staff who want to take an innovative approach to having conversations about acceptance and inclusion.”- Marsha Aizumi – Activist, Speaker, Author of Two Spirits, One Heart: A Mother, Her Transgender Son, and Their Journey to Love and Acceptance.