Transgender Resources

I have decided that this blog needs to offer more back to the community.
I am therefore developing some resources to which people can turn when they need help.
These resources will be both generic and specific in nature and should grow and evolve over time.
To start with I am building a network of people to whom transgender (in the broadest sense) can turn should they need help. This network will ideally be geographic in nature, so transgender people in South Africa can contact me, those in the UK can contact Doreen etc. Should you want to assist in this network, please let me know.
I will then try and develop some specific resources. For example where do I find a transgender friendly counselor in Durban (or whatever).
I would like to develop this in far greater detail as we go along.

Yes, I do have a set of links on my blog that say ‘Resources’ these will remain but they are slightly different in intent to this section. Those are really links to commerciaal establishments that may be of interest. I will probably rename that section in the future.

Should any of you wish to add some resources, make suggestions or indeed want to help, I welcome your input and assistance. Please do not hesitate to contact me or just leave a comment and we can discuss how we can collaborate.

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