Get exclusive access to our secure members area, with over 650 trans members and growing. Chat to other trans people in your area, create your own personal profile page, upload your photos, get involved in our forums or simply browse our news and events pages. All for only £35 a year.
We are the largest and longest established transgender support group in the UK, and have developed a support network which has been at the forefront of the transgender, transvestite, transsexual and cross-dressing community since 1966!
The Beaumont magazine is published quarterly and is free of charge to paid-up members of the Society. It is packed with articles, photos, news, advertisements, advice for TG people, beauty and fashion tips, even readers’ letters.
Male to Female (MTF)
MTF Is the generally recognised term for “Male to Female” transgender people who experience a sense of gender dysphoria from living in a body which is incongruent with their preferred gender.
Support for transgendered youth
Although it may seem like you are alone sometimes, the good news though is that there are a number of organisations throughout the UK, which have the experience and resources to help you understand these feelings and support you in accepting them and your identity.
• Form an association for the transgender community to facilitate mutual support and communication in order to improve the health, emotional wellbeing and confidence of transgender people.
• Promote and assist the study of gender and gender diversity.
• Educate lay and professional groups about being transgender, its associated issues and the work of the Society.
• Engage and support the accomplishment of any lawful activity that promotes the above aims.
Support for Transgender Adults
The journey to self-acceptance for transgender adults, in whatever way is the relevant one for you, is frequently a difficult one. Although none of the members of the Beaumont Society are trained counselling professionals, they do offer a service through the Regional Organisers for you to talk and share experiences with people who are or have been experiencing the same issues. These may be at support meetings or outings for example.