From March 2020 through July 2021, Point of Pride awarded $38,135 in microgrants to 521 trans recipients impacted by the pandemic.
Many people who take hormones do so by taking injections on a regular basis. For people who have issues with mobility and coordination in their hands and fingers, figuring out how to manage this can be tricky.
While the world is by no means post-pandemic, we’re saying goodbye to the COVID-19 Emergency Fund.
There has never been a more pressing need to support our trans youth; we’re asking you to join us as we race against the clock.
There are different types of changes HRT causes: physical, emotional, sexual, and reproductive. Here’s what you can (and can’t) expect when you start HRT.
This emergency fund provides microgrants to trans folks who have lost their employment due to COVID-19 to pay for gender-affirming health necessities.
Join with us as we embark on a Trans Day of Visibility-inspired guided meditation on March 31, 2020 via our Instagram.
“Trans in the South: A Guide to Resources and Services” helps transgender Southerners access the medical and legal services they need.
If you are a military service member or veteran, there may be coverage options or resources available to you that will help obtaining in gender-affirming health care.
The act of transitioning by no means has to be medical. Here are common ways that people transition or live proudly as trans without hormones or surgery.