1 day ago

Big thanks to Niko for such a rad dance party benefit they threw for us and to The Hideaway for hosting and the artists who came to share their tunes with us! See y’all next time!

2 days ago
Photos from Tri-Cities Transgender's post

Hey folks! Come help us celebrate the binary and non-binary trans folks here in the Tri-Cities who are surviving and thriving!

Fundraisers like this help us pay for spaces to host meetings, maintain our web page, having a presence for visibility at community events, supply refreshments at meetings and events, etc.

See you there!

2 days ago
Sam Smith's Pronouns Are They/Them

We are so proud of them for taking this step! Visibility like this is vital to making the world a safer place for our non-binary loved ones.

We want to take a moment to reiterate our stance as an organization that non-binary folks are welcome in all of spaces. We see you, we hear you, we celebrate you.

https://www.pride.com/celebrities/2019/9/13/sam-smiths-pronouns-are-they-them?v1=&utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=celebs

The "Dancing with a Stranger" singer took to Instagram to make the announcement.

4 days ago
Annastasia

Sorry I don’t make the rules 🤷🏻‍♀️

1 week ago
Tri-Cities Transgender

Hey folks! First of all - thank you for joining us for another festive TriPride!

Second, we’re proud to announce the launch of our website - www.tricitiestrans.org.

We are celebrating the launch with a giveaway of a few special items! We’ll be giving away 10 total prizes including buttons and large flags, and our grand prizes are a tucking tape set from Unclockable, a binder from GC2B, and a dopp kit from Stealth Bros & Co.

We will announce the winners on September 28th!

We are so excited to have this platform to share more with you about us (like who is on our board and how we got our start!) and some great resources such as recommended products, national organizations with similar missions, document templates for surgery referrals, Driver’s License gender marker updates, and more!

Tri-Cities Trans is a regional non profit organization dedicated to supporting the transgender community of East Tennessee, and Southwest Virginia.

1 week ago

We’ll see y’all at TriPride soon!

1 month ago
Tri-Cities Transgender

We’ll be here at the Little Chicago Downtown Music and Arts Festival In Downtown Johnson City again today until 11 tonight! Come get pronoun buttons for you and your friends and check out some local resources for trans folks! See you soon!

Come see Tri-Cities Transgender today and tomorrow at the Little Chicago Downtown Music and Arts Festival in Downtown Johnson City! We have all your favorite unique pronoun buttons, large trans flags, and information about local resources for binary and non-binary trans folks and their allies! See you soon!

1 month ago
Photos from Tri-Cities Transgender's post

Come see Tri-Cities Transgender today and tomorrow at the Little Chicago Downtown Music and Arts Festival in Downtown Johnson City! We have all your favorite unique pronoun buttons, large trans flags, and information about local resources for binary and non-binary trans folks and their allies! See you soon!

1 month ago

Greetings all. We would like to announce three new members to the Tri-Cities Transgender board of directors. I would like you all to help me welcome Amber Sinclair, Paul Gow, and Max Lumley as our newest board members. We look forward to working with them to create an even better community for all transgender people in our area.

To all those who applied and were not selected please know we appreciate greatly your interest in helping to improve TCT and hope you will continue to show that commitment as we move forward. There will be more opportunites in the future and the more diverse we can make our organization a true leader in the region. Also know you do not have to identify as transgender to serve on the board or to be a member of our broader community. Allies bring a lot of insight to us and help us to spread the message of inclusion that TCT is working to promote.

Thank you again to all our members and especially to those who have commited to aiding us as we move forward.

Aislinn

Secretary, TCT Board

4 months ago
Using transgender youths' chosen names may lower suicide risk

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