Trans Community Created Resources

In this new section we will add a series of resources, fact sheets and other helpful items that have been created by the gender diverse community. This is a wonderful way to support knowledge shared by those with lived experience!

The Gender Unicorn, created by Trans Student Educational Resources, is a tool created to best demonstrate differences between sexuality, sex, gender identity and gender expression -NEW VERSION 2 –The Gender Unicorn 
Click here for an example of how to complete your own unicorn – Example
You can also check out version 1 here – The Gender Unicorn


TransMascSA (formerly FTMen-SA) is a South Australian group for transgender men and trans masculine folks assigned female at birth. They are working to create a series of resources for trans masc folk on their gender journey.

Mental Health is important, check out TransMascSA and their tips to cope with stress:
TransMascSA – Coping with Stress.

TransMascSA has done some research and provided guidance on places to purchase a chest binder:
TransMascSA – Coping with Dysphoria (where to buy a binder)

If  you’ve thought about, and decided to have a consult with a surgeon for Top Surgery, it can be helpful to know what to ask. TransMascSA have some suggestions on just that!:
TransMascSA – Questions to ask your Top Surgeon

If you are contemplating how to pay for Top Surgery (or any surgery as a transgender person) this fact sheet may help clear up some confusion and help your planning:
TransMascSA – Planning for Costs of Top Surgery


Claremont Goulet Consultancy is a local service proudly owned and operated by South Australian transgender woman, Lisette Claremont. Claremont Goulet Consultancy states they are dedicated to Diversity and Equality.
Find them on facebook –
See the website –

Claremont Goulet has begun developing a series of resources  for the community and consented to having some of them located here at Trans Health SA.

CGC Name and Gender Cheat Sheet
This is a resource aiming to make changing your name and gender marker legally here in South Australia, as well as updating some identity documents, that little bit less stressful.


Bits and Pieces is a group of gender and sexually diverse people with lived experience of mental illness that meets fortnightly to provide solidarity with each other and have discussions. As a group we have created this zine to express our experiences with gender, sexuality and mental health artistically. We welcome others to contribute.
Email – 

Bits and Pieces Vol.1      (content note for language and references to mental illness/suicide)

More to come soon!