Transgender and Nonbinary Identity Equality
Sexuality Identity Equality
We acknowledge that the fight for Transgender and Nonbinary Equality is far from over.
We strive to expand and encourage equal resources, treatment, care, and compassion for all gender identities under both of these umbrella terms, and that we will never pressure anyone into a certain type of transition.
Everyone's gender transition is unique to their experience, and we will always take that into account.
When visiting our location for a Chest Binder Fitting, both the measuring party and the party being measured are to sign our consent and communication agreement.
This states safe words, past body triggers, and consistent communication to ensure that we are as conscious as we can be about Sexual Trauma, and areas that can trigger Gender Dysphoria or other strong feelings.
We acknowledge that the fight for queer rights is also far from over and that it does not stop at marriage equality, which disabled folks still do not have.
We strive to expand and encourage equal resources, treatment, care, and compassion for all sexualities under the L, G, B, P, and A (standing for asexual, not ally), and we will never question your love and care for another person.
Everyone's sexuality is unique to their experience, and we will always take that into account.
We pride ourselves on helping those who need our help during tough times or are just getting started or stuck in their gender transition. We will never discriminate against any person's income, class, or status in society.
Mutual aid comes up often in transgender and nonbinary circles, and so we have built that into our core.
We also believe that those who do not pay their fair share of taxes should do so and that universal housing, income, and healthcare are the key to a sucessful future society.
We acknowledge that especially in Oregon, where it was illegal for black people to own land, where the KKK has thrived for many decades, and where a residential school still stands, we are still far from racial equality.
We understand the lack of privilege that many folks have when it comes to accessing gender transition resources.
We strive to expand and encourage equal resources, treatment, care, and compassion for marginalized races, promote anti-racist practices, and the act of acknowledging harmful generational pasts and breaking down biases.
As well as never discriminate against a person's race.
Everyone's race makes their gender experience unique, and we will always take this into account.
Minor Youth Statement
The medical consent age for bodily autonomy is 15 years old in Oregon. Because everyone's situation is unique, we will provide materials and gender transition consultation to those aged 15 and up without parental consent.
If you are under 15, we can provide you with youth resources, however, we cannot provide gender transition consultation or transitional materials without parental consent.
To read more, visit this pdf.