We offer a space for you to tell your story.
Whether you are a parent, teacher, therapist, nurse, doctor, or someone else concerned about the unethical treatment of children by the gender industry, we want to hear from you.
We offer privacy.
When you contact us, your information will be kept completely confidential by us and will not be used for any purpose that you do not expressly give us permission to use it for. You will be given options, all entirely within your control. We do sometimes engage in public work, and you will be given the opportunity to authorize us to share your information with legislators and/or potential legal representatives, IF AND ONLY IF you give us your written permission. We also compile testimonials, with identifying details removed, so that law- and policy-makers as well as the general public can hear how this issue is affecting real people without violating their, or their children's, privacy; we'll give you an opportunity to share such a testimonial IF AND ONLY IF you give us your written permission to share it. Finally, we also collect data and assist researchers, and you may choose to limit the sharing of information about your situation to only our staff. The choice is yours. We want to meet you wherever you are.
We offer a connection.
Partners for Ethical Care is a group of real human beings who care deeply about this issue, and we know many other people and organizations who do too. When you contact us, if we cannot help you, we will do our best to connect you with a person or organization within our network of unaffiliated but trustworthy resources who may be able to help.
We offer hope.
We do not know when the unethical treatment of children by schools, hospitals, and mental health providers will end, but we need your help to get there. One voice at a time coming forward to share your story is a good first step. When we have enough voices--yours and others--demanding ethical treatment for children, those voices will be impossible to ignore, and justice for children will be close at hand. We cannot get there without you.