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Richmond Transformers

Phone: 804-358-6343

A peer-facilitated social and support group in the Richmond, Virginia area for anyone on the transmasculine spectrum. We are persons born or assigned female at birth who feel that this is an inaccurate or incomplete description of who we are today. We meet on the 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7 pm — 8:50 pm at the Fan Free Clinic, 1010 N. Thompson St., Richmond, VA. Call (804) 358-6343 for directions or other info.

Latest News

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  • Diversity Richmond Executive Director Bill Harrison featured in USA Today

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Advice

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EVENTS!

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Reducing barriers to serving transgender clients experiencing homelessness

EVENTS!

  • Transit: Light Installations by Circe Strauss

    May 12 - July 8, 2017

    in the Iridian Gallery at Diversity Richmond. Free and open to the public

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  • Beth Marschak receives Schall-Townley Award

    Beth's lifetime body of work and advocacy for causes that are dear to her and benefit so many of us has garnered her many awards and recognition, including the Schall-Townley Recognition for Extraordinary Personal Action.

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