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Organization Name Maine Transgender Lobby
Category Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Pansexual, Asexual, Ally
Address Maine
United States
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Website http://mainetransgenderlobby.weebly.com
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/mainetranslobby
Contact Name Quinn Gormley
Contact's Title Community Organizer
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Maine Transgender Lobby is a grassroots, horizontally organized, politically active community of Transgender people and their allies in and around Maine. They seek to create a community of trans individuals and allies in Maine that is dedicated to education, community empowerment and care, and the principles of inclusiveness and intersectionality. As a political movement, they are driven in the pursuit of Trans Justice. The Lobby aims to meet the needs of Maine's transgender community by ensuring access to culturally competent services, creating spaces for visibility and education, ensuring resource security for all trans people, and community development as it relates to economic justice, and harm reduction. They welcome all to join them in this pursuit.