I’m looking to move out of a recently gone abusive situation with my roommates (describing in detail puts me at a near panic attack), but I need someone within the Macon/Warner Robins of Georgia area (as I still need to finish my associates degree before looking at moving at Middle Georgia College). Willing to go 50/50 on any rent. I have a job, and small amount of supplemental money. I have a local friend willing to move me for a small amount of money. I do not feel comfortable trying to juggle my newly acquired job from this area- and move to say Atlanta (as I see a few postings there for that), so this is sort of a desperate limb thing. I just don’t have enough to live on my own. Pre-T FTM. He/Him pronouns. Please, anything helps at this point due to the situation I am in.
My url is- http://hethatcures.tumblr.com/
My email is- firstname.lastname@example.org
My partner and I are both mid-20’s and both trans, I’m ftm, post transition, and legally male. My partner is mft. Our situation is dire as we are 6 months pregnant, very accidentally, and based in a heavily religious and unaccepting city. We need to get out, ASAP, to a place where we can find some resources and safety - this place is becoming unsafe for us very quickly and we are having a hard time finding any appropriate medical care.This is our first child together, but we will have our 2 1/2-year-old twins with us. We need at least one room, basement, or realistic living area. This will only be for the summer, or less - as soon as we can find steady employment and a permanent place, as our older two kids will be joining us once the school year begins, and we don’t want to ask anyone to house that many people.
We own our own business and plan to establish ourselves permanently in Portland or the surrounding area. We can pay a small amount of rent but it would really help us out if we could pour lot of effort into sweat equity - we’re handy, clean, and able to take care of household chores, maintenance, meals, gardening, yard work, transportation (we have a vehicle), babysitting, pet sitting, laundry, errands, or anything else that needs to be done on a daily basis. We can also offer to pay using our business services (hand-etched glass and pencil portraits) or tattoo work (I’m fully trained and certified, opened and ran my own shop).
We would be very grateful if someone would also be able to point us in the direction of friendly medical care or maybe a doula or midwife, as we direly need it.
We do have a dog, who we are just not willing to part with, though she can stay outside most of the day if this is a problem. She is an indigenous (wild native) endangered breed, and as such is extremely intelligent. She’s fully trained, doesn’t bark, doesn’t have accidents, and is non-destructive - her nails won’t even scratch the floor. She hikes daily, thus is very calm inside. She gets along with all other animals and is gentle with kids. She’s up-to-date on all vaccines. We promise, she will never cause a problem.
Please email me if you can help - we’re very scared. email@example.com. I don’t have a Tumblr - sorry.
In the south area $475 a month all inclusive. I’m trans ftm student and I work part time and need help paying for my apartment. I’m allergic to cats and cant have pets in my apartment.
Also I’m here if you want tea and company.
My roommate, who is a trans male, and I (cis male) have an apartment in Northern Virginia just outside of Washington DC. We can provide housing for up to 2 weeks in our guest bedroom, or on one of 2 couches, foldaway bed, sleeping bags, or lots of floor space pillows/blankets etc. We can provide showers, internet access, and help through a local LBGTQ clinic with trans legal issues and some limited medical care. We’re on a bus route to the subway station and there is free, but limited, parking in our complex. Allergy alert: We have 2 cats and one dog. We don’t mind smoking/marijuana but prefer it stay outside. If you’re underage we can help with emergency housing and put you in contact with organizations that can provide more permeant housing.
I’m on the major bus lines in cincinnati ohio, and and can help out anyone in need with a shower and a meal, no couch, no overnight (sorry!) allergy warning: Have lots of cats. accessability warning: 3 flights of stairs. Contact me here
I live in santa cruz and I read the news about how san francisco is going to include transgender surgeries and services to the Healthy San Francisco coverage. My plan is to find transwomen near the age 20-30 to form a group of 4-6 and move in an apartment up in san francisco and spread rent out to be around 300 dollars a month for a 2 bedroom apartment so that we can all have the services and surgeries we need and to take advantage of this once in a lifetime opportunity that san francisco has given us. Please contact me at my e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org). I would prefer finding people in the bay area or anyone who can come up here to eet up and get to know each other before we do this.
My name is Alice and I am a 20 year old transwoman. I hope I can find others like me who would want to do this.
I am a multiracial, cisgendered, queer female living in a very LGBTQA-friendly environment with a strong trans* presence. I have an available bed for at maximum a few nights stay for someone passing through or needing a day or two to get on their feet. I would be able to provide a reasonable amount of food for the duration of the stay, veg* friendly, smoking not permitted in the room but outside is acceptable. Wheelchair accessible, although that would obviously need to be arranged beforehand. Unfortunately, I cannot host any animals, nor can I host multiple individuals, however there is a city bus that stops almost directly outside with nearby access to trains, MegaBus, and an airport.
Please contact me through tumblr - bytheswordinmyhand.tumblr.com
Along with 4 other trans* young people ages 20-25, I’ve started an all-trans house. We aim to create an affirming space, that is also sustainable economically through shared food and utilities (food sharing optional). The cost is $260/month plus utilities (electric/water/internet/alarm) which add up to less than $40 each. It has huge common areas including a lovely porch. The bedroom is attached to a full bathroom with 2 sinks to be shared with only one other person. There’s also a bathroom downstairs.
My roommates and I are looking for a trans*/gender nonconforming individual to rent a room here in our big, lovely house. It’s located near Turner Field and is convenient to GA State, Cabbagetown, East Atlanta, Grant Park, I-20 and 75/85. There are five of us who live here already and we’d love to have someone (preferably in their 20s) move in ASAP.
The house is unfortunately not wheelchair accessible. We are cigarette, 420, and alcohol friendly. We share food and chores. Rent is about $250 a month but can be negotiated depending on your circumstances. The room is pretty small, but has a nice sized closet and is connected to a bathroom.
Message me for rent info and any other questions you may have. Thanks!
Hi! I’m Hannah, a cisgendered female, and my boyfriend is a cisgendered male, but we’re both super nice and trans* inclusive and try to be good allies (I sound lame, I know) but I just want to help any trans* people in our area! We live in Tampa Palms, which is in north Tampa, a very nice neighborhood, private, also a gated community. You can spend a few nights if you want (we have an AWESOME couch) or you can move in! We charge $460 a month in rent, which includes utilities and you helping us with the condominium fees. We both work, and his mom owns the house (she lives in New York so don’t worry about her!) so no matter what, you will always be able to stay here. I’m a full time student, and we live pretty busy lives, so most of the time you won’t even know we’re here. We have our own bedroom/bathroom, so we don’t leave our room very much. We’re 420 friendly, we don’t mind drinking, just no vomiting on the carpet. We have a cat who is super sweet and loves everything and we ask that you not hate or hurt the cat. Her name is Simone. You can bring your partner, your children, your pets, just please bring stuff for them. We’re perpetually broke, so we can’t offer much in way of actual cash, but we can offer a hot meal once a day, and a safe place to stay, and hot, running water! My tumblr is vitam—aeternam.tumblr.com so send me an ask and we can chat and see if this is a good place for you!
I can’t wait to hear from you!
We actually have an entire bedroom available for rent starting February 1st. We posted an ad earlier this year for our couches (http://www.transhousingnetwork.com/post/31256981810/have-couch-victoria-british-columbia-canada) but unfortunately until recently we had about seven people living in a four bedroom house so it has been a bit too chaotic to host anyone. We’re definitely hoping to change that now that more space is opening up.
If you are seeking a home that is queer, feminist, somewhat communal, social justice-minded, laid back and fun, where we cook good things, hang out together and just generally enjoy life, this may be the place for you.
Our house has four bedrooms and we are currently seeking one new roommate to fill the fourth room. Rent is $550/mo plus hydro, which is pretty low because the house retains heat really well and gets a lot of sunlight. There are two floors, with two bedrooms upstairs and two bedrooms downstairs. Each floor also has a living room and a full bathroom. The upstairs has a full kitchen, with a fridge, microwave, stove, and pretty much any kitchen amenities you might need. The downstairs has a kitchenette-style space with a sink and a fridge.
We currently have wireless internet and are discussing maybe looking into cable television. We are not allowed to smoke on the property but we don’t really care if you smoke or not. The available bedroom is unfurnished, ground level and medium-sized with average-sized closet and window. There is lots of storage space and parking, as well as coin-op laundry on the property. We have two cats and are open to other cats or small animals (preferably not rodents or reptiles though). There is no pet deposit :)
We are not heavy partiers but we do like to socialize so we have people visiting often and throw parties once in a while. We are all in our early twenties and a mix of gender presentations. Two of us are students and one of us often works really early in the morning so weekdays are generally pretty quiet. A trans* friendly, body-positive, food-positive, anti-racist, healthy space is really important to us so we’re looking for someone who is already in the space to be able to help maintain that. You don’t have to be queer yourself but it is definitely important that you are queer and trans* friendly.
If you have any questions or would like to set up a time to meet, please message oh-noah.tumblr.com or e-mail email@example.com :) looking forward to hearing from you!
hello everyone. in the last year that i’ve been out as transgendered to my family, i’ve watched my home life deterioriate. i’m in need of some help in the philadelphia area, either a place to stay temporarily while i get on my feet. have been job searching since july when i was let go from my previous job due to my trans status. if anyone can point me in the direction of any of these positive, life-changing things, i would appreciate it. there’s only so much the city can do for trans folk that aren’t considered youth.
twitchytwitchtwitch asked: Hi, I've submitted for available housing before. But. Um. I don't know if this is okay but if anyone in the Edmonton, Alberta, Canada area is looking to be completely overfed with a Christmas dinner (or whatever holiday you do or don't celebrate, we just like to feed people), I would like to extend an invitation. Is this allowed? I'm sorry if it's not, my mum and dad were actually the ones that suggested it. You can email me at twitchybrown@hotmaildotcom if you're interested.
My name’s Indi, I’m an FTM early in my transition. I live in a not-so-great part of town in Sacramento, but my street is pretty safe. (No walking after dark, biking during night and day okay, walking during day okay.)
I have a couch, and also a place to crash in my room generally (loveseat, shag rug, whatever takes your fancy). I have a bicycle which can be used (but is not in great condition, I’ll hopefully have work done on it soon). I have a truck and can provide rides nearby for free or farther out for gas money.
There’s lots of places to find work around here, as I am in a fairly urban area not too far from downtown (Arden/Carmichael area). There’s a large shopping mall nearby, lots of restaurants, etc. I live right near the Light Rail. There’s a lot of buses. So there’s public transportation. I also live near museums, the zoo, etc (relatively so).
Sacramento is about right between San Francisco and Tahoe. It’s also near UC Davis.
There are many colleges in this area.
I live in a 4 bedroom, 1 bath house with a large backyard. We have a vegetable garden. There is a spacious living room, and a dining room with a fireplace. The house is in pretty good condition. We have 3 dogs, 2 terriers, 1 hound about 50 lbs.
I have two roommates, one man, one woman, both cis, and for the most part really accepting of me and my trans friends. The woman is least fond of gay men, who “talk too much about anal sex,” in front of her.
For an overnight spot, this isn’t a bad place to crash.
Around January, we will be looking for a new roommate in earnest. To be honest, the bedroom we’re renting out is not that big, but it has a nice window and closet, and it’s closer to the room I’ll be in than the cis people’s rooms.
I’m a musician but I’m not terribly loud. The cis man is not fond of children. And as of about a month ago, the house is no longer 420 friendly. (Woe is me.)
The house is fairly accessible (no stairs).
The rent will be pretty low (probably less than $400) plus utilities which we divide evenly. For NorCal, in the city, anything under $500 is pretty good. Idk.
Hit me up!
Hey all, this is Erik (moonbard.tumblr.com), and I’m glad to finally have my own place to help others. I don’t have a couch, but I do have a floor with a futon. My place is open for a few days at a time for people who need it. I’m a 22 year old transman, and my 2 roommates are cismen, but cool with trans people (Hell, they tolerate me without a shirt on a daily basis.) to a great extent.
As long as you are willing to use the soap I provide you, crashing here should be fine. I have severe allergies to synthetic scents and many other things, so I ask anyone wanting a place to crash to give up their deodorant, lotion, soap, shampoo, etcetera. Seems harsh but I like not going to the hospital. I will provide you with soap and shampoo. Also due to my allergies, no smokers (marijuana or nicotine) are allowed. Just doesn’t come out of clothes and hair, and again, I don’t like getting sick.
My apartment is unfortunately not wheelchair accessible. There is a coin laundromat in the building for cleaning clothes. There are two different buses (35 and 8) nearby that can each take you to a different L line (red and orange). We have a fair amount of floor space, but you will need your own blankets and pillows on the weekend. I can cook fairly well, but I need to know about dietary restrictions before hand, and I can’t cook for vegans because I can’t afford special food, but I’ll do the best I can otherwise.
Hobbies and personality wise, I’ll probably be in my room most of the time because I’m introverted and I have friends who sleep over on the floor for the weekends, so it’s kind of a regular sleepover. We like to watch anime and play role-playing games (like D&D).
Please send me a message either on tumblr or a text to (708) 860-1198. I don’t check my tumblr every day, so if you want to get in contact with me quickly, send a text.