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Transmission is an all-volunteer organization serving trans men and trans masculine folks. Ticket sales allow us to pay for expenses, and scholarships are funded by donations. You can DONATE any amount. Our 501(c) sponsor (the Billy Foundation) will process your donation on our behalf through their secure account (all you need is your credit card).

Transmission changes lives. On behalf of this year’s scholarship recipients, thank you for any help you can provide!!

What do past participants have to say about Transmission?

“I’ve been waiting my whole life for something like this. I feel healed and loved and whole and proud!”

“I feel better about being trains – proud – and more aware of who I am and the needs I have been denying myself. I feel seen and like I belong.”

“I gained stronger self-love, spiritual recharge, inspiration, strength.”

“I am reeling from the gathering. Thank you so much for doing this!”

“This retreat deepened my experience as a trans man.”

“I feel more comfortable with myself and my masculinity now.”

“I feel more calm, happier, confirmed.”

“This experience helped me trust people, trust myself, understand my limits, be ok to assert my boundaries.”

“I feel much more confident.”

“The sense of community helped me with feeling not so alone.”

“I feel much more comfortable with my transness and am open to going deeper into my healing work.”

“I feel more comfortable in my identity and have been able to heal in a few areas.”

“This retreat helped me feel more in touch with my body.”

“I feel less anxious, tense, and depressed than before.”

“I feel secure in my identity as a trans masculine person.”

“I feel rejuvenated, inspired.”

“My eyes and mind were expanded and I feel comfortable in my body for the first time.”

“This was rich and rewarding.”

“The retreat reinforced the feeling of belonging to a community.”

“I feel super connected to my brothers.”

 

Transmission embraces the diversity of our trans masculine identities, races, bodies, races, ethnicities, ages (18+), sexual orientations and abilities. Participants are expected to treat each other and our differences with respect and kindness.