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.
We’re celebrating our diverse, beautiful community leading up to Trans Day of Visibility on March 31! Won’t you join in?
Whatever you are feeling right now is valid. We want to remind you that you are important and you are enough — as you are and unconditionally.
100% of the money raised through this fundraiser will support our mission of providing access to health and wellness services to the most vulnerable members of our community.
While we have always been clear that our work prioritizes trans femme individuals, people of color, members of the disability community, and our elders, we are also called to be more explicit in our support and solidarity to the Black community.
Distant, not disconnected. Join us for community support, conversation, and affirmation!
Join with us as we embark on a Trans Day of Visibility-inspired guided meditation on March 31, 2020 via our Instagram.
For many trans femme folks, wearing a gender-affirming undergarment is important for our identity, comfort, and safety. Gaffs are one…
“Trans in the South: A Guide to Resources and Services” helps transgender Southerners access the medical and legal services they need.
For youth who feel ready and safe enough to come out to their parents, but may not know how exactly to say it, here are some resources that may help.