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The Trans Women's Anti-Violence Project

The Trans Women's Anti-Violence Project is a trans feminist project addressing issues of systematic, institutional and interpersonal violence and oppression experienced by trans women (those who were coercively assigned male at birth and identify or are identified as women/female) across multiple identities (e.g., race, class, dis/ability, citizen-status, nationality, sexuality, age, HIV status, and form, status, or age of transition, etc.)
(Link Checked 8.12)

Susan's Place Transgender Resources

A support resource for the transgender community which provides information of use to transsexuals, crossdressers, and their familes. Resources available include Chat, Links, Reference Library, Site Reviews, Forums, GRS surgeon reviews, Wiki, and much more. (Link Checked 8/12)


TransEpiscopal is a group of transgender Episcopalians and our significant others, families, friends and allies dedicated to enriching our spiritual lives and to making the Episcopal Church a welcoming and empowering place that all of us truly can call our spiritual home.
(Link Checked 8/12)


Blog of Mycroft Holmes, a Jewish transgender leader, based in the GLBT (gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, et al) and ally community of greater Boston (MA, USA). Chair, Keshet Transgender Working Group (TWiG) and Founding Member, Interfaith Coalition for Transgender Equality (ICTE).
(Link Checked 8/12)

Queer Today

A local MA blog, Queer Today posts quite regularly. According to their website, " represents the queer voice of the gay liberation movement. We advocate for equality for all LGBTQIP...etc. people. We actively speak out against racism, sexism, homophobia and other forms of injustice. We will get our silenced opinions heard in the mainstream media and gay media through demonstrations and campaigns."
(Link Checked 8/12)

Quench Blog

A Queer Feminist Zine and Blog that is Transgender Inclusive/Supporter/Advocate
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TransAdvocate is the creation of Marti Abernathey. exists to give a voice for transgender advocates in the ever growing blogosphere.
(Link Checked 8/12)

Trans Group Blog

where a variety of voices from within the trans community gather to discuss issues, post news, and compile information.
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Helen Boyd’s journal of gender & trans issues.
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Bilerico Project

LGBTQ Blog with a large number of bloggers, not everyone agrees with each other and the founder, Bil, supports incrementalism when it comes to LBG-(t) rights, but overall a blog worth reading.
(Link Checked 8/12)

Beck's Cafe

Boston based blog covering local and national issues from one woman's personal perspective. Sometimes personal, sometimes hokey, sometimes geeky, sometimes sappy, but always a good read.
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Trans Space

Transgender Social Network
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Black and Pink Issue 3: Coming Out as Trans