View our list of trans-affirming health care and service providers,
View the schedules of our monthly support groups across the state.
Supporting trans people and working for trans rights in Louisiana since 2011.
Our mission is to strengthen and support trans and allied communities across the state through social support, education, empowerment and advocacy. We work to advance the core human rights of self-determination and expression for all trans, gender non-conforming and gender variant people.
We currently maintain five monthly support groups across the state and connect trans people with vital health care resources.
Our recent political successes include securing the Deep South's first trans-inclusive nondiscrimination executive order, which protects LGBTQ people from harassment and discrimination by state workers and in state employment. The Employment Nondiscrimation Act (ENDA), which would bring these protections to all LGBTQ workers in Louisiana, advanced out of committee and onto the Senate floor for the first time ever during the 2016 legislative session.
Early this morning, a young transgender woman was stabbed and killed in New Orleans. She is the sixth transgender woman of color killed so far this year in the country, the third killed in Louisiana in the past week, and the second killed in New Orleans in a span of two days. Violence against trans[…]
Last night, Chyna Gibson, a New Orleans native who had returned from California to celebrate Mardi Gras, was shot to death in New Orleans. She is reportedly the fifth trans woman – and the fifth trans woman of color – killed so far this year in the US. At all times, but especially times like these,[…]
Thanks But No Thanks, Jeff Sometimes it seems like Attorney General Jeff Landry just can’t get enough of us (or you, either, if you’re also trans and/or queer). On days like today, when news broke that Landry has “rejected all state legal contracts that have been sent to him since the middle of August” because[…]