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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Caithlyn Elliott

Is it just me, or when you get older, you have less time to get online and do anything. I have not been on this site in a long time, mostly because of how busy my schedule is. Oh well. Maybe it is just me, or maybe I am doing the right thing and not spending my life online.
Anyway, ... Well I was going to say something important then I remembered that anyone can view this online and I no longer can say what I wanted to say. Oh well. Sorry for bothering everyone.

by Caithlyn Elliott

Lara Landis

Just a thought here, can we change some settings so people can't Google our names to find out we are on this site?

by Lara Landis

Sophie Michaels

Repeat after me: "I am beautiful; I am worthy; I am strong, 'cause I am woman, hear me ROOAAARRRR" -- oops, I don't know what overcame me. Anywho, you get the idea: each and every one of us is special, and we have so much to offer the world; take pride in WHO or WHAT you are and in all that you do. :)

by Sophie Michaels