Identi-T* at The Center provides transgender and gender non-conforming individuals from the Southern Nevada a safe place to relate to their peers, seek guidance, exchange clothing and expand their social circles.
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Genderfest is an annual conference not only about the intersectionality of gender, but also about growth, learning about the different ways gender is explored and expressed, and navigating through the gender journey. This three day conference is hosted at The Center annually. Find out more about this year’s Genderfest.
Switch Trans* Clothing Swap
Thursdays and Fridays 3-5pm
The free weekly SWITCH Trans* Clothing Swap provides space for getting rid of clothes and accessories that don’t express who you are and replacing them with items you can’t wait to wear! Thursdays 3–5 pm and Fridays 3–5pm.
Built upon the concept of celebrating people of all gender identities and expressions, Trans.lation provides support and community-building opportunities for transgender people and their loved ones of all ages. The Center has long seen gaps in services for the Southern Nevada transgender community. Trans.lation was developed in response to this pressing need and continues to provide much-needed support and visibility to the transgender and gender non-conforming members of our community. Fridays 5:30–7 pm.
Third Saturday of each month 10:30-11:30am
A peer-facilitated supportive discussion group for trans and gender non-conforming individuals who identify as masculine of center or questioning, the Transmasculine Group aims to create a safer space for folks to discuss and share experiences, ask questions, and build community. (Note: This is a closed group for transgender and gender non-conforming folks who identify as masculine of center. The facilitator is a transmasculine-identified person.)
Access to Higher Education
Transgender College Student Guide
Despite the many advancements made by progressive colleges and universities in the last decade, trans students continue to experience higher-than-usual rates of discrimination and inequitable experiences. In fact, more than 40 percent of trans students reported feeling isolated from campus life during the previous academic year. This guide will help students find answers and resources for common issues experienced on campus while also empowering them to stand up for themselves and know their rights. Please click the link above to access the Transgender College Student Guide.
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