ˈalī/If you have an ally, you have someone who is on your side. an associate who provides cooperation or assistance.
By being an ally to the trans* community, you can make a difference in advocating for the lives of all identities.
Transgender and gender non-conforming Missourians face barriers in many aspects of their everyday lives. These barriers may exist because of misunderstanding of who transgender people are or inadequate, and missing policy and law. Learn more here about your rights when it comes to school, bathrooms, or even violence.
Though transgender* Missourians have several new rights and protections in the workplace, discrimination continues to remain a problem. Learn more about your workplace protections and what to do when you’ve experienced discrimination here.
Find transgender and gender non-conforming resources in your area.
Missouri legislative session, where bills become laws, starts in January of 2016.
It is vitally important that transgender Missourians have driver’s licenses and other identification documents that accurately reflect their gender. Learn more about changing your identification documents and what we are doing to improve this process in Missouri.