Terrence Higgins Trust
Extensive resources and information on transition, surgery, sex, relationships, sexual health and more for trans people (uses some binary language on website but resources are inclusive).
Accessible, inclusive and thorough guide on having sex/being in a relationship as a trans person.
Sexual Health and wellbeing services specifically for trans, non-binary + gender variant people and their partners and friends
Full range of sexual health services, housing and employment advice, hate crime support, counselling and more.
Clinic T (Brighton)
Mainly sexual health services but can discuss other issues and can offer advice or refer to other services.
Domestic Violence and Abuse:
Greater London Domestic Violence Project
Extensive booklet on domestic violence and abuse made specifically for trans people
Support Groups outside Oxford:
UK Lesbian and Gay Immigration Group
Support group for LGBTQ+ people seeking asylum in the UK, providing guidance, training and research on immigration and being LGBTQ+.
TransPALS provide a safe space in south London for transgender and questioning people of all genders.
Brighton-based support group for transmasculine, gender variant and non-binary folks.
Transfigurations aim to help all people under the transgender umbrella come to terms with their gender identity. Meeting in Devon!
Distinction Trans Partner Support
Distinction are a Facebook group aiming to support partners of trans people.
Proud2Serve aim to provide support, information and networking for LGBTQ+ serving, ex-serving personnel and their families both at home and abroad.
A Christian spirituality group for transgender people to explore their identities.
Press for Change
Experts in transgender law, they provide legal advice to transgender people as well as lobby the UK government for legislation change.
Green and Black Cross
UK's leading organisation providing legal support to those involved in activism
Specific guide to being trans and protesting
Trans Media Watch
TMW lobby for the “portrayal of trans people and their lives in the media is fair, respectful and accurate”.
Beyond the Binary
Magazine for UK non-binary people,
Offers 4 paid writing opportunities each month; 2 for AMAB, PoC and/or intersex non binary people and 2 open place.
A collective of trans and non-binary people in the UK, with the joint aim of providing an opportunity for trans and non-binary people
“A unique digital magazine which brings you the very best of trans and genderqueer news, advice and entertainment”.
Trans Can Sport (Brighton)
Trans-inclusive spaces for sport.
Holds a monthly giveaway of three packers. If you are under 23, you can apply here.