Resources for Trans and Gender Diverse People

Here's a list of helpful resources.

Please contact our navigators if you have any other questions!

Are you getting ready for top surgery? That's awesome! Please check out this list to make sure that you have everything ready for your surgery and the healing time afterwards.

We know that sometimes life can be really difficult and that finding someone safe to talk to can be even harder. If you are in Regina and need support please don't hesitate to reach out to Monarch Mental Health through UR Pride.

Remember that you are not alone.

Are you between the ages of 14-24 and want to connect with other 2SLGBTQIA+ people? Check out Camp fYerfly! A fun summer camp based on learning, connecting, creating, and exploring what it means to be gender and/or sexually diverse.

Sad that you are over the age limit? Don't worry, Camp fYrefly offers lots of great volunteer opportunities.

Visit their website for more info!

Ready to take the next step and change your legal name? Check out this guide to get started.

We know that this can be a long and complicated process though, so don't be afraid to reach out to our navigators if you need clairfication or assistance! Eli and Ken are here to help.

There's a lot of information on the internet about how to bind your chest - some of it can be very harmful. Our navigators have provided two links to guides on how to bind safely.

Free membership gives you access to top and bottom surgery gallery from various surgeons, online forums about surgery experiences, closed discussion groups, a podcast & videos about trans masc experiences, and more.