If you are in need of a safe place to crash for a night or two and don’t mind a fuzzy cat, I can offer a couch in my one-bedroom apartment in Spokane, Washington. I’m trying to be friendly and helpful, but have limited resources and definite restrictions on me. Please see my tumblr account for more info about me: garryana.tumblr.com
I am unable to accommodate underaged people, or pets. Upstairs. Call 847-461-9708
Any cigarettes, alcohol, marijuana must be done off the property. PLEASE, no other drugs in or on your person! Respect is all that is expected. :^) Thank you.
I’m a 27yo single female PhD student living alone (with three guinea pigs) just north of Melbourne and pretty close to a train station. Apartment is upstairs and not wheelchair accessible. I have a couch (or air mattress) available in my loungeroom.
I’m happy to feed and house someone for as long as they need it, though if it turned long term I’d appreciate a small weekly contribution to food/amenities.
I’m an omnivore, I don’t go out much, and I spend a lot of my spare time watching TV and sewing cosplays. There is almost always alcohol in my house and I’m a light drinker.
Hello, I am a 40 year old Caucasian transwoman in need of housing. I live in Washington state near the greater Seattle area. I have a small, steady income and can afford a max of $450 a month, $500 a month if utilities are included. I am looking for like minded people, preferably who already have a house in a safe community. I love cooking, reading, reading/writing poetry, music, movies, not a huge fan of television. I do not drink, but it does not bother me to be around it. I am 420 friendly (very), love animals, and like to keep a clean house.I am not interested in relocating outside the Seattle area, as that is where all my recovery and TG support is. Think you or someone you know has a place that would be a good fit? Hit me up please!! Have a great day and I look forward to hearing from you future roomies.
My girlfriend and I are wanting to help any and everyone we can. We live in Portland, Oregon.
If you just need a place to crash, we’re open to anyone. We’ve got a beautiful baby beagle named Luah. We love to blast music, go old art hunting, house decoration shopping, play video games, use the crap out of Netflix, have art nights, etc. Oh! And we’re 4/20 friendly. [:
Or, you know, if you just need good people to vibe with.
I’ll tag anything that has to do with us, or the area we live in.
Best way to contact us: email@example.com
Hi, I am from Minneapolis. I came out to LA to go to rehab from binge drinking too much due to depression with not being able to get my top surgery, and a lot of misfortunes that have happened continuously this whole year. I recently found out some great news that my insurance, Aetna, would cover my top surgery 100%. My mom found out this news and is in the process of canceling my insurance, to prevent me from getting my surgery. I have now officially lost all of my family, and have $40 to my name. My mom flew me all the way to LA, said she would buy my ticket home and give me money for food and outings we have here. She has made up her mind of not speaking to me again, leaving me damn near homeless in LA. The rehab I am staying at cannot cover me anymore due my insurance being changed, “appealed”. I will find out within the next 2 weeks if my surgery is fully approved… in Thousands Oaks, CA. I would need somewhere to stay ASAP, pre surgery- take me to doctors for surgery., and post op help- week after check up to get drains removed. From there my friends back home are working on getting $400 to finally get me home. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or send me a message via tumblr: AstateOftrans.tumblr.com
about me: Kaden Keys
10 months on T
Hello, my partner and I have a very awesome pull out couch (which turns into a queen bed!) available to anyone who needs it. My name is Chase, I am 22 and FTM. I had top surgery May 30, 2013 and have been on hormones for over 3 years. My partner is 19 and a cis queer female who goes by female/gender neutral pronouns. I am vegan and she is vegetarian but we can make you a great meal don’t worry! We don’t smoke or do drugs but we drink occasionally. Just let us know if you need anything. We live downtown Montreal right beside a metro (subway) station.
We are both here if you need anything just message us!
My blog: chaseross
My partner: zmizet
if you want to make sure I’m a real person check out my YouTube channel!
If you’d like to know what our couch looks like, click here!
Have a great day.
I need a place to stay for one month and three weeks. The parents of my partner threatened to kick me out. I am uncertain of their moods. It is apparent that they both dislike me. I can’t really stay with my parents because they have also threatened to kick me out and it’s been more apparent that I’m transitioning. I’ve been somewhat in the closet and keeping my distance from them because they’re not afraid of beating me up. I’m alright with moving around from place to place around the SF Bay Area. I’ve been trying to ask friends if I could stay with them first. I’m trying to figure this whole thing out.
After the one month and three weeks, I’ll be fine because that is when I get to move into my apartment and to start going to my university. Also, that is when my job starts. So far, I’m pretty much broke for the last medical bill I had to pay.
I ID as genderfluid. I usually keep the volume around me low. I’m willing to help around the house or place I get to stay at. I’m also neat.
There is a group of folks that live out in Chatham county on a 12 acre land with 1 acre vegetable garden. (8 to 12 people). We are pretty close to Greensboro, Chapel Hill, and Durham. Google “Siler City, NC” and you will see! Despite what you may think of rural North Carolina, our town is quite the nice little haven for a decent amount of LGBTQ folks.
I, Kat, am a trans identifying person, and there are many other weird people here with amazing genders of many flavors but who are not trans identifying. If you are clear about your name and pronoun preferences from the start I think you will find things easier. Gender neutral pronouns of various flavors may be new to some folks here.
We have some indoor space for short term visitors. Longer term visitors can become cumbersome in the living room, but are welcome to build a tent platform (we can help you gather materials and we have tools) and camp. First month is free, second month 50$, and long term visitors pay 110$ a month. This includes access to kitchen, electricity, tools, barn, and garden space. We have two community workdays a month. There is a community vehicle that is available for 40 cents a mile and willingness to take it to get maintenance done out of the vehicle’s fund (change oil, fix tire, etc.)
We also have meetings twice a month. We check in about how someone’s visit is going after the 1st, 3rd, and 6th month. After six months longer term options may be available.
If you are interested in farming, wild crafting, art, hunting, tanning buckskin, carpentry, homesteading, cabin building, or medicinal herbs this is a great place for you.
CONTACT INFORMATION: email@example.com or the land line is 919-663-2306, ask for Kat. Call back if no reply — this is a shared line and messages frequently get lost in translation.
I farm about 20 hours a week here and grow vegetables for a CSA that runs April through November. You are welcome to come volunteer in the garden, and I sometimes have paid work available.
The big things we all agree upon and want from each other are:
Willing to communicate/work on communication
Sharing and maintaining community spaces and tools
Being punctual and accountable for financial commitments
Showing initiative and creativity in finding ways to contribute to the group tasks and spaces
Participating in meetings
I have a small room for rent in South St. Augustine. I’m a Trans guy who’s looking to have a trans roommate to not feel isolated here.
The rent is $475 a month and includes everything. My parents require a deposit of $350 and the association need $25 for an application fee.
sorry no pets (except for full summered pets)
We have a large house and many kids, and are looking to rent a room for about $400 a month. One of the adult children living here is trans, so we much prefer to rent to another trans or queer individual/s.
We are located in Vancouver, WA, 98683, just across the bridge from Portland.
Email me to find out more details. firstname.lastname@example.org
I am seeking a housemate for July 1 for my very safe space.
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- email@example.com
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. firstname.lastname@example.org. 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.