Fredericton Gender Minorities

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A support and advocacy hub for New Brunswick's trans, gender-non-conforming, and intersex communities.
​​Welcome to Fredericton Gender Minorities!
Fredericton Gender Minorities was established in 2012 as a support and action community for trans, gender-non-conforming, and intersex individuals in the New Brunswick capitol region. We have weekly meetings, regularly host fun events and gatherings, and perform advocacy work aimed at raising understanding and celebration of diverse gender identities and forms of expression. Get in touch with us for more information!
What We Do

Community Outreach and Support

We regularly perform outreach and support activities designed to help the local trans community, not limited to clothing swaps, support meetings, consultations with schools and employers, laser hair removal sessions, and more. Check out our "Services" page for more information on partnering with us or to find out how we can help you.

Advocacy and Education

Several of our members act as educators in the local community and deliver lectures and workshops on a variety of topics relating to gender identity, human rights, and other LGBTQ+ issues. Get in touch with us for more information about pricing and how we can tailor sessions for your group.

Fun Stuff

In addition to our weekly meetings, we host other fun events and gatherings around the city, not limited to coffeehouses, music and art shows, face-painting, Pride Youth Prom, and more. We regularly partner with other community groups—get in touch with us for more information!
Are you a trans, gender-non-conforming, or intersex person in need of support?
We have a number of products, support initiatives, and community contacts in place for trans, gender-non-conforming, and intersex persons in need. Don't hesitate to get in touch with us and explain your problem - we will always strive to keep you safe and your information confidential.
If you are feeling suicidal and need someone to talk to immediately we recommend that you contact the Trans LifeLine ( or Kid's Help Phone (, as we are unable to guarantee that someone from our group will be available to respond to your message right away.

For ongoing mental and physical health support you can contact Clinic 554 ( to set up an appointment.