The T-Vox website is maintained by a team of volunteers who use their time to improve the information we provide, so everyone can enjoy free, safe and comprehensive information. We would love for you to get involved too. There are many ways to get involved.
Write for or edit the site
Keeping the site up-to-date with the latest information and advice is essential to T-Vox’s work. We need people who know how to write well, keep our lists of therapists, surgeons and support groups up to date and myriad other administrative jobs.
If you’re interested in helping out, you can join us by emailing us and telling us what are or areas you the site you would like to work on. We will then get in touch and discuss how best we can help you do that. Usually it’s by setting up an account for you to use to add to the site.
(If you already have a T-Vox account, log in here.)
Guest blog for the site
T-Vox has an advice blog that is used to present accounts of real world experiences of being trans, intersex, genderqueer, etc in the modern world. We have some regulars who discuss the ins and outs of life events as well as providing answers to often-asked and much-needed questions, but we are always looking for fresh perspectives.
If you’re interested in guest blogging for T-Vox, please email us with a short synopsis of what you want to blog about. We’ll then be in touch to discuss the article with you. If it’s suitable for T-Vox, we’ll post it for you with a by-line.
So please do join us and let’s make intersex and transgender information free & comprehensive for everyone.
Curate our history
T-Vox recently launched a project to compile a complete written history of transgender, intersex and genderqueer culture, politics and activism. This is important because much of our history is oral, passed on through talk with the people who were there at the time, or written in blogs that quickly get lost to all but the most diligent of search engine robots.
Our goal is to chart every important event in trans, intersex and genderqueer history but we can’t do that without your help. If you want to curate the timeline, write up articles on important historical events or even just fact check what we’ve already got then please email us and we’ll set you up with an account so you can get started.
Translate the site
T-Vox has a large international audience, not all of whom speak English as their first language. We want to be able to provide safe, high-quality information to as many people as we possibly can and to do that we need to translate the site. If you speak English as well as one or more other languages and want to help us translate our pages, please email us to join our translation team.