Seattle Trans List

A simple list of local resources for trans & nonbinary folks

Provided by Stevie Linn, Gender Doula

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Community Events



Support Groups



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Provider Directories

Financial Resources

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Voice Therapy

One-on-one ($$)

Group ($)

Other (free)

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Changing Your Name or Gender Marker


Financial Support

  • Diversity Alliance of the Puget Sound (DAPS) Microgrant Program: $250 for any transition-related expense. Voting happens on the last Saturday of every month. Priority is given to BIPOC, people experiencing houselessness, disabled people, and those in or trying to escape abusive situations.

  • Trans Lifeline Microgrants: Covers the cost to legally change your name or gender marker. Applications are open the 1st through the 14th of every month. 75% of microgrants are reserved for BIPOC.

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Trans Tattoo Artists & Studios

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Trans Salons & Service Providers

Barbers, Hair Stylists, & Colorists

Nail Technicians

Trans Bodyworkers

Trans Creators

Podcasters & Youtubers



  • Birch Rostholder-Harris: Queer and trans fiber artist and creator of unusual crochet creatures

  • Resin Daddy: Resin decor, wearable art, & BDSM gear by Beyana Magoon

  • Sevenish Magpies: Hardwood pins, jewelry, and delightful shinies made by Wing Mui

  • Smell My Leather: Leatherworker making body harnesses, collars, cuffs, pup hoods, plant hangers, and small leather accessories by Noah Sanemitsu

  • Stevie Linn: Multi-disciplinary artist with a collage obsession

  • Tormented Artifacts: Deranged artwork, custom leatherworks, steampunk obscura, leather masks, handmade creations, and other imaginings by Dee Arbacauskas

Other Trans Businesses

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