We are on a mission to get our gender-affirming produts to people who can't afford them- free of charge!
We’ll do everything in our power to get gender-affirming products like gaffs and binders to anyone who needs them. We know that for trans and gender-diverse folks, owning something that supports your unique self-expression can be life-changing. Our deepest desire is to help you feel like yourself, however that looks for you.
But unfortunately, buying handmade custom products isn’t affordable for everyone. Although we stand by our price point so that we can create all our products as ethically as possible (see how here!), above all else we want our gender-affirming gear to be accessible to anyone who needs it.
That's why we run programs to get these products to people facing access barriers. We’ve partnered with community organizations to get necessary, affirming products to people with limited access.
We do all of this free of charge
Because this community is our heart. Above all, we’re here to serve you.
How it Works
It doesn’t matter your situation or why you feel you need to apply for free gender-affirming gear. No one is going to grill you or judge you. You don’t have to justify why these things are important to you. We know they’re important to you, that’s why we want you to have them!
Below is a list of our Community Partners. All of these organizations are here to support and remind you that you have a whole community of people behind you on this journey.
Read through the list of partners to find the one that’s closest to you or seems to fit your situation. Then, contact them directly to apply for your free or subsidized gender-supportive products.
If you get lost or confused, don’t hesitate to reach out.
We’re here for you.
get affirming products in person
Prism is Vancouver Coastal Health’s education, information and referral service for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, Two-Spirit and queer + (LGBT2Q+) communities.
Kiwanis Emergency Youth Shelter- Victoria
A 10-bed home environment that provides emergency housing for youth (ages 13-18) of all genders who are homeless and/or have no safe housing alternatives.
Rainbow Resource Center- Winnipeg
Rainbow Resource Centre offers support to the 2SLGBTQ+ community in the form of counselling, education, and programming for individuals ranging from children through to 55±.
MoreBinders- Manitoulin Island
Morebinders was created to provide gender affirming binders for free, by a community who cares for and celebrates trans youth.
Manitoulin Trans Support Group- Manitoulin Island
Their goal is to provide a safe space and support to parents and transgender and Two-Spirit youth on Mnidoo Mnising (Manitoulin Island) and the surrounding area.
Trans Bisexual Lesbian Gay Asexual at York (University)- Toronto
TBLGAY is a safer space for the queer, trans and asexual community on campus which provides gender- affirming products to students
Project 10- Montreal
Project 10 works to promote the personal, social, sexual and mental well being of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, two-spirit, intersex and questioning youth and adults 14-25 in Montreal.
The Trans Action Group of the Université de Sherbrooke is an association that brings together trans, non-binary and gender non-conforming people as well as their allies in order to fight for trans rights.
Divers-Gens- St. Hyacinth
Divers-Gens is an organization for education, awareness, demystification and mutual aid on LGBPTQIA2 + issues. We mainly help young people 14-25 years old as well as their relatives, in Haute-Yamaska and Brome-Missisquoi, Quebec
Gender Creative Kids- Montreal
GenderCreativeKids.ca provides resources for supporting and affirming gender creative kids within their families, schools and communities.
The Center for Gender Advocacy- Montreal
The Centre for Gender Advocacy is an independent, student-funded, Concordia University organization promoting gender equality and empowerment through ongoing programming, campaigns, resources, services, advocacy and a commitment to accessibility.
Action LGBTQ with Immigrants and Refugees- Montreal
AGIR is an independent, non-profit organization, by and for the newly arrived LGBTQ community. Their mission is to develop and deliver services, information, programs, resources, protection and advocacy for legal, social and economic rights for new migrants and newcomers from the LGBTQ community, in a perspective of solidarity.
AIDS Community Care Montreal -Montreal
ACCM’s Support Services programs are developed through the active involvement and input of people living with HIV or hepatitis C. These programs foster self-determination and skills development, helping our members establish new and fulfilling ways of participating in the broader Montreal community.
Union for Gender Empowerment (McGill)- Montreal
We aim to provide services to any person who identifies with our anti-oppressive, feminist, and trans-positive principles, regardless of gender identity. The Union for Gender Empowerment provides resources, educational opportunities, and a centre for advocacy.
Queer McGill- Montreal
QM is a student-led service run by queer students for queer students, non-students in the Montreal area, and allies.
Trans Maurice- Drummondville/ Trois-Rivières
Mauricie and Centre-du-Québec, runs workshops for Trans people and questioning people
Jeunesse Lambda- Montreal
A community organization created by and for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer and questioning youth from 14 to 30 years old.
L'astériskis a non-commercial and bilingual safe(r) space located in the Gay Village of Montreal for 2SLGBTQIA+ youth ages 14 to 35 years-old.
Youth Project Nova Scotia-Dartmouth
Their mission is to make Nova Scotia a safer, healthier, and happier place for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth through support, education, resource expansion and community development. You can find our gaff and other gender affirming gear for free.
Point of Pride- Online
Point of Pride is a volunteer-based organization which works to support trans youth and adults who otherwise lack access through gender-affirming programs that empower them to live more authentically. We support their Transfemme shapewear program with ongoing shipments of gender-affirming products for those with financial barriers.
Kaleidoscope Youth Center- Columbus, OH
Diverse, experienced staff work alongside queer youth to create free programming, housing, and support services in Columbus, and all over the state of Ohio.Their Gender Affirmation Project provides free binders and gaffs to young people up to age 24. Request a free gaff here
THRIVE Gender Development Program- Columbus, OH
THRIVE is a program that specializes in care for differences of sexual development (DSD), gender development and complex urological conditions.
They are a groundbreaking independent and comprehensive trans healthcare center built to empower trans and gender-diverse adults, children, and families.
Black Lives Matter Bloomington- Normal- No Strings Underthings- Bloomington-Normal, IL
BLM in this area runs a program providing our gender-affirming gaffs and binders to all folks in their local community who need them. Request a free item here
Fullerton College Career Closet- Fullerton, CA
The career closet strives to serve Fullerton College students by providing clean and gently used clothing, shoes, and accessories! Students can also find other products to help meet their basic needs such as gender affirming garments
Denver Health Pediatrics- Denver, CO
Denver Health’s School-based Health Centers (SBHC) form a large network of 19 health centers located inside Denver Public School (DPS) campuses that provide medical, mental health, dental and behavioural health care. You will be able to access our gender-affirming products through them.
LGBTQ Community Center of the Desert- Coachella, CA
At the Center, their goal is to provide a safe and welcoming environment for all members of our vibrant LGBTQ community. Through them you can access discounts to our gender affirming products
Yale Office of LGBTQ Resources- New Haven, CT
This “community living room” is stocked with products that students need, including our gender- affirming gaffs
Q Center- University of Washington- Seattle, WA
EnGender is an emerging program that aims to provide free and accessible gender affirming items to anyone who needs them. They offer out affirming products at no cost.
Transponder- Eugene, OR
TransPonder is a transgender founded and led nonprofit based in Eugene, Oregon providing support, resources, and education for the transgender and gender diverse community and our allies.
Australia National University Queer Department- Canberra
To support the wellbeing of our gender diverse students, they offer free gender affirming gear (including binders and tucking underwear) to queer undergraduate students.
get affirming products online
If you're not near any of the organizations above, you can still access gender affimring care online, anywhere in the world! Through our partnership with Point of Pride, we send out gaffs for free
The main organization we partner with is Point of Pride.
Point of Pride provides financial aid and direct support to trans folks in need of health and wellness care
They are located in the US, and focus getting gender-afirming items to people around the world for no cost as well as scholarships for procedures like surgeries and electrolysis.
If you are a trans person who faces significant financial barriers to gender-affirming gaffs, you can apply to the Free Transfemme Shapewear Programthrough Point of Pride. You will receive one hipster gaff in the mail, free of charge!
It's open to anyone in the world, only has two requrements:
1. You identify as transgender (whatever that means to you, we use it as an umbrella term)
2. You cannot afford to buy our gaffs directly from our website or a retailer
Please only place a request if you are truly in need of support. We use the honour system so there are as few obstacles as possible for our recipients.