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Lavender Rights Project

The Lavender Rights Project is dedicated to serving the specific needs of the trans, gender non-conforming, queer, and LGB identified communities. Our aim is to provide excellent legal representation, policy advocacy, and community education, as well as support and information such that individuals can represent themselves in legal processes.

Ingersoll Gender Center

c/o Equal Rights Washington: (206) 849-7859
Ingersoll Gender Center supports transgendered people towards growth and well being. Ingersoll provides support, education, advocacy and information resources for people interested in gender identity issues, and for service providers, employers, families, and friends in order to promote understanding, awareness, and acceptance of gender diversity.

NYU Steinhardt’s Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic

Genderlandia – Camp Ten Trees

(206) 288-9568
A unique program of Camp Ten Trees offering programming, cabin areas, and support tailored to youth who are transgender, genderqueer, gender variant, and/or questioning gender.

Gender Alliance of South Sound

(253) 383-2318
Provides support, referral to resources, peer counseling, and fellowship for individuals who are transgender, crossgender, intersex, androgyne, gender variant, crossdressers, or are involved in activities or expressions of gender identity or presentation divergent from their gender assigned at birth.

Gender Diversity

Our organization offers year-round support for families as well as training for organizations and providers - again a transgender youth focus

Gender Odyssey

Gender Odyssey's is a national conference for those interested in the thoughtful exploration of gender. All genders and all ages are welcome. Since 2001, this conference has helped transgender people, their families, friends, and allies to empower themselves and create community. Gender Odyssey is also a fiscal project of Gay City Health Project.

Gender Odyssey Family

Gender Odyssey Family is an annual conference for families who are working to navigate the day-to-day realities of raising a gender-nonconforming or transgender child. As one of the only opportunities in the country to find valuable resources, information and networking opportunities, Gender Odyssey Family provides real tools to support and encourage your child’s gender self-discovery.

Gender Justice League

Gender Justice League’s Mission is to empower Trans* activists and our allies to fight oppression based on gender & sexuality in Washington State and to create a community where trans* people can live their lives safely, true to themselves, and free from discrimination. We meet every Tuesday night at Agnes Underground located at 1433 12th Avenue in the basement from 7 to 9 pm. We host regular membership meetings on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the months and New Member Orientations on the 1st Tuesday of the month. 3rd and 5th Tuesdays are special events, social events, or community gatherings. Please check out our website at www.genderjusticeleague.orgfor more information.

Emerald City Social Club

A social, educational, and support group for crossdressers, transsexuals, and other individuals who identify themselves as transgendered.

New BoyZ Club

To create a solid and supportive local Trans & Gender-Queer community that promotes the health of mind, body, and spirit; to build a better understanding of ourselves and our personal process of development; to share resources, encourage each other to meet goals, and provide a safe and respectful space for our members.

Southcenter Cosmetic Surgery and Med Spa

(206) 575-0300
Providing sex change cosmetic surgery for the transgender/transsexual community in Seattle. Call today for your free private consultation. is the Internet’s Magazine for Transgender Men, offering in-depth feature articles and product reviews, plus entertainment, health and fitness, and style columns.

Washington Gender Alliance

(360) 445-2411
The Washington Gender Alliance is committed to the ideals of personal freedom and honest discovery in the matters of gender and gender identity. They seek to displace ignorance with education, intolerance with enlightenment, and fear with community in a comfortable and supportive environment.

2014 King County Trans* Resource & Referral Guide

2017 King County Trans* Resource & Referral Guide

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