FTM Specific Support groups
First Thursday night of every month.
Compass is a Boston-area Trans support, information, and social group for people assigned female at birth who feel that is not an accurate or complete description of their gender.
East Coast Female-To-Male Group (ECFTMG)- Northampton
2nd Sunday of every month from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m
Florence, MA 01062
1413 584 7616
ECFTMG is a free, peer support group since 1992 for all female-to-male Transgender folk, transsexuals, cross-dressers, gender-queer, dual gendered, gender blended, and questioning. We are all-inclusive, safe, and non-judgmental.
All meetings are held in Northampton, MA. For directions to the meetings or for more information, call Bet at 413.584.7616 or email him at: firstname.lastname@example.org. New brothers or SOFFAs of FTMs who have never come to one of the meetings should call and introduce themselves to Bet before attending. Meetings are open to all FTMs of all sexual orientations/identities: cross-dressers, stone butches, Transgender folk, transsexuals, non-op, pre-op, post-op, gender-queer, bi-gendered, and questioning.
Updates to ECFTMG - August 2010 ECFTMG now has a group on Facebook! Please join us there! Just enter "East Coast FTM Group" in the search box on Facebook and become a member. The Facebook group will show the upcoming meeting in Events and will provide a place for discussion, questions, and ideas.
ECFTMG will maintain this email list serv as well, so you'll still receive our list of monthly meeting dates and topics three times a year plus periodic news, events, and announcements of interest to trans guys.
And last, but not least, ECFTMG meetings are now for the trans-masculine only, except when indicated as an open meeting or potluck event.
Yankee Boyz BOYZ Maine
Support group for masculine-identified individuals assigned female at birth. Also open to partners, friends, family and allies. Monthly meetings and social events.
The Officers Club Support Group New Hampshire
Monthly support group for FTMs, meets on the 3rd Sunday of each month. Support group for partners meets at the same time. Also has online groups for members. Individuals must contact the group via email prior to attending an event.
The 1st National Non-Profit Organization of African American transmen solely focused on acknowledgment, social advocacy and empowering African American transmen with resources to aid in a healthy female to male transition.