Web Resources

Web Resources

FTM International: http://www.ftmi.org/
Information and resources for female-to-male transgender individuals, parents of FTM individuals, partners of FTM individuals, FTM youth, and FTM parents and parents-to-be.

Mens World: http://www.computerconsultingservices.net/mensworld/mensworld.html

PFLAG’s TNET (Transgender Network): http://community.pflag.org/transgender

Campus Pride Trans Policy Clearinghouse: http://www.campuspride.org/tpc/
Resource for transgender policies at colleges and universities

TS Roadmap: www.tsroadmap.com
A lot of information on a lot of different categories.  Contains information about well-being, physical presentation and medical concerns, real-world needs (like drivers licenses, passports, and workplace issues), and trans youth.

Laura's Playground: www.lauras-playground.com
Transsexual, Transgendered and Crossdressing Support and News site.  Also holds weekly support groups (see Support Groups section for information).

The Transitional Male: http://www.thetransitionalmale.com/
FTM information site.  It contains lists of therapists, endocrinologists, and surgeons by state, and is home to the Big Brothers Binder Program.

Transguys: http://transguys.com/
Contains product and book reviews, as well as articles written on a number of FTM-related topics.

Original Plumbing: http://www.originalplumbing.com/
“serves as the ultimate go-to for the latest and most pertinent info on trans* culture and experience. Original Plumbingʼs purpose is to create visibility and community for transgender people and their allies from across the LGBTIQA spectrum and beyond.”

Hudson’s FTM Resource Guide: http://www.ftmguide.org/
Terrific resource for all things FTM.  Presenting, clothing, grooming, hormones, and surgery are all covered on this site.

Susan’s Place: http://www.susans.org/index.html
Contains pages on transgender entertainment, activism, health care, spirituality, and other topics.

Transgender Legal Websites
Sylvia Rivera Law Project: www.srlp.org
non-profit organization run collectively by and for low income trans communities and trans communities of color, which provides legal services, public education, and works towards policy change through community organizing.

Transgender Law Center: http://transgenderlawcenter.org/
Transgender Law Center works to change law, policy, and attitudes so that all people can live safely, authentically, and free from discrimination regardless of their gender identity or expression.