What we're about

The Rehoboth TransLiance is a social group for all transgender people, cross dressers, bi-gender, transsexuals, their partners, family, allies and friends to network, learn, grow, and come together socially in safe, trans friendly venues. So whatever interests or needs that you have as a trans person, you should be able to find it in joining us here. This site was designed and founded for those seeking gender confirmation and open to all who have a supporting interest in our community. We welcome all who have n interest in protecting, understanding and supporting our interests.

We seek a safe, mutually supportive, and non political atmosphere for shopping, dining, dancing, educational, intellectual and other social pursuits. The broad range of social and intellectual events are wonderful opportunities to have fun, socialize, build friendships, share, explore, expand, and celebrate our gender together in safe and enjoyable settings.

It is also an opportunity to discover and integrate your feminine/masculine side, and learn about cross dressing, being bi-gender, transgender, gender queer or transsexual lifestyles. Our goal is to provide support through social interaction and a place where therapist and others would recommend for social development. It is our orientation that the more often we come out and socialize together, the more comfortable and confident we become in integrating these parts of our selves.

As members, you can post events that you are going to, inviting others to join with you. Or post trans related events from other social and support groups.

Note that our events are for those who are passable and not so passable, as we all share something precious together in the gender continuum. Members also offer makeovers and support in learning to dress as a woman or man.

Our group is designed to be the one place to go to find out all of the trans activities in the Rehoboth area.

Membership is free as well as the postings.

Lastly, on our site we offer a community resource of this week’s happenings, members’ experiences, tips, insights, questions, and reviews in areas of interest in our local trans community. Posts go out to all members to keep abreast.

You can check out all of the topics that we cover. They are located in our "Message Boards" listed under "Discussions" along the top banner.

Be sure to add your experiences, insights, tips, and questions.

We hope you can join us!

Kathy & Suzanne

NOTE BEFORE JOINING

If you wish to join our MeetUp, click on "Join Us" below. Then on the Sign Up box that appears, under "Your Real Name," be sure to type in just the first name that you wish to be called on your Profile. Do not use your male/female first name and last name as those will show up in Google searches.

Also you can include your photo (it does not need to be a face pic). Note that this is not a site for the sexual expression, so please, no photos or sexual references in your profile.

Upcoming events (5)

Call to Worship

Safe Harbor United Church of Christ

Safe Harbor UCC worships the 1st and 3rd Sunday evenings at St John’s Church, 307 Federal Street, Milton. We welcome you to our worship and invite you to experience the “Extravagant Welcome” of the United Church of Christ. You can learn about the UCC, whose roots go back to the beginning of the USA, and even further back to the Reformation which Martin Luther started in the sixteenth century, by clicking the link “UCC” on the buttons to the left. We look forward to seeing you at our worship. We have potluck fellowship after every service. Come hungry!

Salisbury TransLiance goes to the Zoo and Zoom

North Park Drive

We are going to try and meet in person and by Zoom. Those that wish to join us at the zoo can meet us at 6 pm at the Memorial Plaza pavilion on Park drive on Monday July 6th . Salisbury Zoological Park, N Park Dr, Salisbury, MD 21804. At the pavilion by the Dog Park. There will be some store purchased snacks and drinks but friends are encouraged to bring their own to avoid cross contamination. Please if you are at high risk stay home or take extra care to keep socially distant. Kathy Carpenter Brown is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: Salisbury TransLiance Time: This is a recurring meeting Meet anytime Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85776110772?pwd=R2oyQ2dDeDhIaUloays3MUVWR1FzQT09 Meeting ID:[masked] Passcode:[masked] One tap mobile [masked],,[masked]#,,,,,,0#,,459772# US (Germantown) [masked],,[masked]#,,,,,,0#,,459772# US (Chicago) Dial by your location [masked] US (Germantown) [masked] US (Chicago) [masked] US (New York) [masked] US (Tacoma) [masked] US (Houston) [masked] US (San Jose) Meeting ID:[masked] Passcode:[masked] Find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kcD7C6ppif This is a group for transgender individuals and friends and family of trans folk. This is basically going to be a group for open discussion information on trans care and resources. For more information about TransLiance go to https://www.transliance.com/about_us. This group meets the first Monday of every month at Shore Grace Family Wellness 2324 w zion rd suite 111b · Salisbury at 7 pm. All topics are on the table. This is the time to bring your questions and concerns. We will have a circle discussion about sex and gender. This meeting is open to all LGBTQ+ people and their allies, friends and family. This is a great time to share your stories, get feedback and advice from other members and explore your gender and sexuality. New comers are welcome and anyone wishing to meet prior to the meeting can do so by contacting [masked] or Christina McBride at [masked] . Members should also understand that their personal email can not be seen on this meetup site by the host, organizers or any members. Hope to see you there Kathy Carpenter [masked].

Call to Worship

Safe Harbor United Church of Christ

Safe Harbor UCC worships the 1st and 3rd Sunday evenings at St John’s Church, 307 Federal Street, Milton. We welcome you to our worship and invite you to experience the “Extravagant Welcome” of the United Church of Christ. You can learn about the UCC, whose roots go back to the beginning of the USA, and even further back to the Reformation which Martin Luther started in the sixteenth century, by clicking the link “UCC” on the buttons to the left. We look forward to seeing you at our worship. We have potluck fellowship after every service. Come hungry!

Delmarva TransParent Support group for parents and grandparents

Lewes Public Library

Delmarva TransParent meeting November 18, 2019 Lewes Public Library 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm Delmarva TransParent is a new educational support group for the parents, grandparents and caregivers of transgender children and adults. It is sponsored by TransParentUSA.org, a national organization supporting local groups. The meeting will be held at 7 p.m., Monday, November 18, 2019, at Lewes Public Library. Regular meetings will then be held at 7 p.m., the third Monday of the month at Lewes library. The Rev. Rita Nelson, meeting facilitator, is an award-winning author for her memoir, “Always Kristen,” about her journey with her transgender daughter. Nelson said, “My vision is that while this will be a group for sharing our stories, it will also be a group where we can provide focused speakers on relevant subjects, education, and resource material for living, journeying with, and accepting our transgender offspring. This group will provide information that will help parents understand what it means to be transgender, how their rejection deeply affects them, and how to be loving and accepting. I don't want this group to devolve into gripe sessions, but I do want the members to feel it is a safe place to express their fears, disappointments and concerns.” “This experience can be incredibly isolating for parents in communities without a group like TransParent to provide connection, support, and resources. Our chapter leaders help parents process a myriad of complex emotions including fear, sadness, guilt, grief and anger so that they are able to better respond to their child’s needs,” said Kim Hutton, TransParent board president. “With a suicide risk of almost 50 percent by the age of 19 due in large part to a lack of family acceptance and support for transgender children, TransParent chapters are needed more than ever to help eliminate this outcome.” For more information, contact Rita Nelson at [masked] or[masked], or go to www.TransParentUSA.org.

Past events (376)

Monthly meeting for questions about sex and gender

Online event

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