Gender Connection

We are Glad You are Here

This is a site created by Michele O'Mara, PhD in an effort to assist gender variant folks wishing to make friendly and safe connections with others with whom you can relate. This site is a simple, peer-run, space that invites you to share life experiences, resources and friendship. Though this site has been created by a therapist, this is NOT THERAPY or in anyway related to therapy.  This is a peer-based place to gather on the internet. Please respect yourself, each other, and the community you create here.

This peer-based community is free.  You must be sponsored by an existing member to join.  Once you register to join, the member who knows you must send an email to Michele O'Mara, serving as your sponsor and your personal GC buddy.



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Lara Landis

Good morning everyone. The Transgender Day of Remembrance takes place in a week. Is anyone planning on attending any vigils?

by Lara Landis

Charli Day

ust looking for some components to put my PC to my TV and saw this. Then I started thinking... ouch it hurt so much

by Charli Day

Debby Willette

I have a request. I am trying to save up money to get a name change. The county clerk was quite helpful and provided me with the fee. The newspaper was not as helpful. They refused to give me any information about costs saying it had to be typeset before they could give me an amount. I was wondering if you could provide me with the amount you spent to the newspaper to publish?

by Debby Willette

Ashley Williams

Hello sorry I haven't posted anything in a while right now I'm in limbo as per my next step.

by Ashley Williams

Teresa Leanne

Your profile comment about coming out in 1993. That's when I was found out by my wife and our kids. For me, it was hostile and stomach wrenching. My family refused to accept my true self, and put me into rehab. 12-steps, churches, psychologist, and psychiatrists all failed to cure me, so I sufffered in hiding and fear until 2012, when I took a stand for survival. I'm still with my wife, and now free to be myself at home anytime, and out of town, but cautionary in my hometown, lest my wife's acquaintances would find out and jeapordise her at work or the neighborhood. Good luck to you, hon.

by Teresa Leanne at

Cassidy Frazee

And me shoe shopping yesterday, 10/18/2014, with one of my lady friends from the Internet. And, yes: we could walk in those. :)

by Cassidy Frazee at