Project Unity connects the broader transgender community together so that everyone can find a place nearby where they are welcome, safe and loved. It is a physical and local manifestation of what Crossdresser Heaven and Transgender Heaven have created virtually.
We will create a comprehensive and living database of known transgender friendly businesses of all types in as many cities as possible throughout the United States and as many other countries as possible, with all businesses listed confirmed transgender / crossdresser friendly either by member or customer confirmation or direct contact via phone. We will also offer each business the opportunity to demonstrate visible support for the community by linking to either Crossdresser Heaven or Transgender Heaven.Visit Local Places Guide
Help Us Build the Largest Directory of Transgender Friendly Establishments in the World
Unity Needs You!
One thing Unity needs help with is entering all of the transgender friendly places as they are discovered. You do not need to find the places yourself, if you do not know any places you can still help to light up the map!
No good deed goes unrewarded. The following levels of recognition exist, rewards will be listed in your profile for everyone to see!
- 10 new submissions: listing on the Unity home page
- 50 published local places: Project Unity Contributor
- 100 published local places: Project Unity Builder as well as a discount code for membership at the Duchess level
- 500 published local places: Lightbringer of Unity
- 1,000 published local places: Angel of Unity
500 and 1,000 entries will have further rewards to be determined
Project Unity Contributors
In addition to the Project Unity team, the following members have greatly contributed to the effort. A huge thank you from people in the transgender community who are able to find a welcoming and supportive place in their own home town.
Project Unity is a vast project that will require a team of contributors to see fulfill its vision. With commitment and teamwork I am confident that we can make the place where people live seem more friendly, more accepting of their true selves.
Project Unity Team
Texas, United States of America
I came to crossdressing later then I would have liked, now that I have time to reflect on it. But better late then never. So much to learn and unlearn. I remain a work in progress. I just changed my gender here from gender fluid to non-binary, ask me again next week.
Project Unity Contributor,Project Unity Team
Louisiana, United States of America
Hello, my name is Samantha Roarke, I would like to chat with like minded people whom are nice. I want to talk with other CDers about their process and what they do and like about crossdressing. I would love to hang out with other crossdresser dressed up and out on the town. I'm a real person, please respect me. Also I have ZERO room for bullshit/flakey people! Trolls move along! Just a little heads up, I stopped adding "friends" to my profile, I am cleaning that area up at the moment. If you hav
, United States of America
As I said, originally, I'm sure we all have very similar stories, but yes, I’m a happy girl when I’m Dawn. I'm feeling more & more comfortable. I’ve been crossdressing since I was about 10. Until recently, I always felt like I enjoyed it– but wished I didn’t. I think it was something I was born with, but the thing that I felt that really awakened the desire in me, was a "TRUE" magazine article. I happened to find it on the top shelf of a closet (How appropriate). Naturally, I curio