Your T-Buddy™ will be the support system you need. Need someone to talk to? Afraid to attend your next appointment or be out on your own? Whether you want to talk, text, meet virtually, or in person...we are here for you!
Our weekly, judgment free support group is available for all transmen! As the first virtual support group for transmen, we are here for you!
We have now partnered with FTM Magazine to provide articles that will help guide you and give insight into all things trans related!
We offer a weekly podcast for support, insight, and camaraderie! You can always leave a live message with your input to be featured on each episode. Now available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcast, and Anchor!
Our support group is a judgement free zone where transmen all over the world are able to meet and discuss everything going on in their life. Whether you need support or someone to share good news with, we are here.
We realize that going through your transition is not always the easiest. It can be difficult with the hormones, and even if you have someone in your life who loves and supports you it's not always the same as having someone who is going through the same experience you are.
That is why we are here! Each Thursday at 7:30 PM EST our support group meets to discuss the weekly events. If you need to laugh, cry, or vent. This is the place for you.
If you are interested, please sign up today!
Support. Uplift. Love.
If you are interested in our T-Buddy service please contact us, today!
Remember, all services provided are COMPLETELY FREE and are strictly to empower you as a trans man in this world!
Are you feeling suicidal? If you are, you are not alone! Every year many people battle depression and suicidal thoughts. It is important to know that if you experience these thoughts there is nothing to be ashamed of and it does not mean you are weak or crazy! The feelings you are experiencing simply means the pain you feel at the moment is overwhelming.
If you are feeling suicidal please call - 1-800-273-8255 to speak to a counselor at the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline