Pensacola Trans Pride

Your one-stop-shop for all things trans in the Pensacola area

About Us

This was the first organization we started that sparked the rest, with the main goal in mind being to offer support group meetings without the gatekeeping or transmedicalism we saw in other such groups locally. Just a wholesome safe space where we could truly be our authentic selves, no matter where on the transgender spectrum we were.

Since then, we began aggregating resources for the community and helping (as much as we’re able) with transition-related healthcare costs.



What are the Medical Guidelines for Transition?

Wpath and UCSF Guidelines for the treatment of transgender patients.

What is Informed Consent?

My Body, My Choice!
Informed Consent and Why it Matters

What if I Change My Mind though?

No Regrets!
Busting the Detransition Myth

How will it Affect Fertility

Fertility Outcomes for Transgender Patients

How JK Rowling’s “Silence of the Pet Detective” Should Have Ended

It puts the transphobia on it’s Twitter or else it gets the hose again. You might have heard of JK Rowling’s new book “Troubled Blood” that’s earned her the hashtag #ripjkrowling. While she’s in fact not dead, her talent evidently is. This book follows a crossdressing serial killer who lures victims while in female attire.… Continue reading How JK Rowling’s “Silence of the Pet Detective” Should Have Ended

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What Exactly is “Fully Transitioned”?

Just a reminder for trans people who say they’re “fully transitioned” because they’ve had SRS, and for cis people who ask if we’re “fully transitioned” (translation: “have you had the surgery yet?”) – transition is not linear. Not every trans person wants surgery. Not every trans person even wants HRT, for that matter. Transitioning is… Continue reading What Exactly is “Fully Transitioned”?

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