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Starting Over and Meditating Amidst Triggers

A Pandemic Trans Survivor Interview

Finding Resilience through Mutual Aid

A Pandemic Interview with Aurora

A Guide for…
Facilitators of Transgender Community Groups: Supporting Sexual Violence Survivors

A Self-Help Guide to Healing and Understanding

From the Blog
We Can’t Call Them Trans-Masculine: Female Husbands

We Can’t Call Them Trans-Masculine: Female Husbands

Healing is hard work. Sometimes a survivor just needs a little easy diversion; a book, maybe? Don’t make it Jen Manion’s new book, Female Husbands: A Trans History (Cambridge University Press, 2020); it isn’t an easy diversion. In fact, trans and non-binary readers...

Hitting the Pillow Sober

Hitting the Pillow Sober

For years, the shame some trans and nonbinary survivors carry about harmful behaviors they’ve used to cope with victimization can outweigh their shame over the violence itself. It’s a difficult and long-term process to hold complex histories of behaviors like drug...

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Our staff tries to always be there for trans survivors.

Learn about what drives them. 

Check out our staff intros on our YouTube channel here: https://forge.tips/3C7YNxI 

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