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Social Issues (Dating, Suicide, Violence, etc.):

Some international resources for publications:
EgaleCanada: NGLTF (US): Transgender Law and Policy Institute (US): (as the name implies, law-focused)
GIRES (UK): TGEU (Europe): TGEU's Trans Respect vs. Transphobia: (focused more on violence against trans people)
Human Rights Campaign: (note, the HRC has a bad reputation in trans circles, because it has at times actively advocated against trans issues, for fear that including us might hold back advances for lesbian and gay people)