Recommendation: Trans 411

dana recommends…

Trans 411
a nifty new community resource site

Some of people who brought you have come together to launch a new community resource site called Trans411. We hope to use it to make knowledge of gender-variant/trans friendly people, places and groups more easily accessible.

When I explained the idea to a friend she called it “help for trannies and genderfucks” and that’s an apt description for what we’re trying to create. While we work out some bugs it’s limited in scope to medical providers (doctors, surgeons) and therapists, but we know there is much more to the lives of gender variant people than that, and we will expand it to include everything from cafes and support groups to people’s home-grown endeavors.

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Posted by on March 3rd, 2010 at 04:00 pm

Category: recommendations, websites 4 comments »

4 Responses to “Recommendation: Trans 411”

  1. Tori

    thank you


  2. XylophoneGender


  3. Joey

    Ah! Thanks so much! This is exactly what we need.


  4. Lilybean

    How about a site/ page that explains away all the stupid & strange questions a stranger can give you – when you don’t have time to lecture them on the nuances of pronouns, for example, and you can just tell them a site name and they can go educate themselves?

    Didn’t know where else to express this, but it would be great idea.


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