In September, when Cameron started high school as a trans man, he realized how much administrative whims can determine accommodations for transgender students. Alex was close with a transman in his town, and so was already aware of this. Neither thought it was right, so they teamed up to write a resolution for schools that would provide basic guidelines to ensure that administrations wouldn't take advantage of or neglect transgender students. The resolution here is the product of numerous drafts, revisions, and consultations. The resolution is designed to be a flexible document. It is not meant to set out specific procedures which schools must or must not employ; rather, its objective is to establish a space for transgender students' voices in negotiation. Its purpose is to facilitate inclusive discussion resulting in a suitable solution to problems that may arise. The writers did not want to specify things that were or weren't "allowed" because individual students desire different things. Failure to acknowledge this would lock transgender students into another system which doesn't fit them, and that wouldn't make sense. Alex and Cameron created Transgender Student Rights in October 2009 as an attempt to publicize and spread their transgender resolution. It grew rapidly in size, and reached 3,000 members in January 2010. The Facebook group helped immensely in reaching new people, gaining recognition, and spreading efforts to make schools transgender-friendly. This website is a continuation of those endeavors.