Resources for FAAB, Non-Male Identified People Who Want Top Surgery

This is a compilation of resources for female-assigned-at-birth (FAAB), non-male identified people who want top surgery.  This document will include a list of surgeons who are willing to perform top surgery on genderqueer/non-male-identified people, as well as a list of blogs of people who want top surgery or have had top surgery but are not male-identified.

This information has been collected from a variety of sources.  If there is something you see that needs to be added or corrected, please let me know.  I want to make this list as comprehensive as possible!

The re-bloggable, Tumblr version can be found here.  Please reblog it if you have a Tumblr – – I want this information to reach as many people as possible.

 

SURGEONS (Those who are italicized do NOT require a therapist’s letter)

 

THERAPISTS

  • Katy Koonce – Katy is willing to do phone sessions with and write letters for people all over the US.  Her contact information can be found here: http://katykoonce.com/contact.htm

 

YOUTUBES

TUMBLRS

 

OTHER

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Posted on January 4, 2012, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Dr. Mangubat in Seattle, WA is fantastic and doesn’t require a letter.

    • Thanks for the info! Do you know if he is genderqueer-friendly?

      • He definitely is. When I went in for my consultation I had a female name and was using male pronouns (the intake form asked for pronouns) and he looked at it and said, “Oh, are you genderqueer?” His staff messed up my pronouns, but they are super friendly and probably would have switched if I had reminded them.

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