Trans Support

 Please note these groups are not run by Q:alliance. If you run a support group, or know of a group that would like to be listed here, please  e-mail us here.

Used unmder the Trans Support Page

We are frequently asked about the different terms used within the Trans community, so to help not just the LGBTQ+ community we have compiled a list of terms which we hope may help. Click Here or from the pull down menu above.


PPSet up by Milton Keynes based Pink Punters, “The Transgender Advisory Group (TAG) is a group of 6 individuals who bring together a unique set of transgender knowledge and skills in order to complement the knowledge and skills of the Pink Punters management team.

For more information please visit their site here



Trans Support - Two23Two:23 is a network of Christians, connected by LGBT (Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) issues, who have discovered that God loves us just as we are. This realisation frees us to unashamedly include and encourage all to discover the love of God for themselves, pursue the call of Christ and live in a way that cherishes others just as God cherishes us. For more information please visit their page here.


GIRESLogoworkingcopy5GIRES combines the expertise of a largely voluntary team of trans and non trans people, which provides a wide range of support for trans people and those who care for them, while ensuring that the charity is robustly governed. More information is on their website here.


TRANS SUPPORTThe Angels: Users tend to be a range of people from cross dressers through to transsexuals.  The forum has an emphasis on sharing support and advice within the TG community although there is also info about social events. For more information please visit their site here.


MermaidsMermaids is a support group for children and young people up to 19 years old suffering with issues with their gender identity, and their families, friends, and wider networks, such as school, youth groups, or medical professionals. For more information please visit their site here