Sexual health for trans people
Terrence Higgins Trust have useful pages giving information about:
Contraception for trans people
There is clear advice about contraception for trans people on the FSRH website.
Trans-inclusive sex education
Planned Parenthood Toronto have produced a collection of queer sex ed resources. Some of the information about healthcare is specific to Toronto.
LGBT Youth Scotland have a produced various inclusive guides to sex and relationships.
TransgenderNI have a resource discussing the sexual health of trans young people.
Sexual health organisations for trans people
56T at 56 Dean Street
56T is a holistic sexual health and wellbeing service for all trans/non-binary people, their partners and friends. 56T provide gender-based counselling and perform injections for hormones prescribed elsewhere.
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Butterfly Clinic at the Royal Liverpool Hospital
The Butterfly Clinic has been set up to be a dedicated sexual health service for Transgender service users.
Trans/NB, queer. Holistic Counselling. Wellbeing & Sexual Health services & confidential All Donations go to @Clini_Q CIC https://t.co/qxGGUhSaD1
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Clinic T Trans Clinic
Clinic T is a sexual health service based in Brighton for anyone who identifies as trans, non-binary or gender variant (partners are welcome too). Clinic T can provide hormone levels testing and perform injections for hormones prescribed elsewhere, and also testing and treatment for STIS, help with bleeding control and contraception, cervical cytology, vaccination, social support and signposting to local partner support organisations.
Clinic Trans at Birmingham LGBT
Birmingham LGBT supported by Umbrella are committed to providing quality, accessible and appropriate sexual health services for the trans and non binary community. We offer a monthly sexual health and well-being clinic for all trans and non binary people.
In Nottingham, there is also Clinic X at The Health Shop, a closed sexual health clinic for people who are trans and gender diverse.
In Leeds, there is a monthly trans and nonbinary sexual health clinic run by Yorkshire MESMAC.
In Manchester, there is a weekly clinic for trans and gender diverse people run by the Northern Sexual Health.
You can find a variety of UK-specific publications about sex, contraception, and sexual health aimed a trans, nonbinary, and gender-variant audience on the genderarchive.org.uk website.
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