Coming Out Transgender
Below you will find a variety of online links and resources that can assist you on your coming out journey. Please contact the LGBTQA Office if you have any questions or would like to talk about any related to coming out.
Online ResourcesGender Talk (gender and transgender related radio shows)
TSA's Advice for Transgender Travelers via National Center for Transgender Equality
Hudson's FTM Guide
Cross-Dress.com (online store with pads, clothing, and shoes for MTF or female-identified people)
Underworks (online store with chest binders and other compression garments)
T-Kingdom (online store with chest binders)
Stand-To-Urimate (online store with transition devices for FTM or male-identified people)
Fantasy Girl (online store with pads, clothing, and shoes for MTF or female-identified people)
Alberta Trans (useful information about different transgender identities)
Gender Spectrum (information for parents of transgender children)
Transguys (online magazine with information and resources for FTM or male-identified people)
Frock Magazine (online magazine with information and resources for MTF or female-identified people)
Original Plumbing (Transmale Quarterly)
Transgender Health and Well-being Information
Transgender Care (information about transgender health)
Transgender Health Resources from Vancouver Coastal Health
Transgender Health Information from Fenway Health
National Center for Transgender Equality (information and resources about transgender rights)
Safe2pee (safe bathroom user-generated listings)
- The Trevor Hotline: 1-866-4-U-TREVOR
- National Gay and Lesbian Youth Hotline: 1-800-347-TEEN
- Gay and Lesbian National Hotline: 1-888-GLNH
Campus and Community Resources
The Counseling and Testing Center offers inclusive counseling and other services for those struggling with their sexual orientation or gender identity. Check out their website for more information.
Inland Oasis offers a confidential gender variant support group in Moscow. Visit their website for more information.
Resources for Transgender, Genderqueer, and Gender Variant Students in Campus Housing:
University Housing is committed to supporting the self-identity of every student. If you identify as transgender, gender variant or other gendered and would like to talk about your housing options, please contact the staff member listed below. We are very interested in discussing any questions you may have about on-campus housing, and a placement that is right for you. Please note that it is important to discuss your housing options as soon as possible, while the widest range of options is still available.
University Housing Contact:
Customer Relations Manager
Below is a video from the LGBT Center of New York's Gender Identity Project on transgender basics.