T.E.A.M. Atlanta (Transgender Education and Mentoring) will host its first monthly mixer / discussion tonight at My Sister’s Room in East Atlanta from 6 to 9 p.m. The event is open to all transgender persons, families and friends.

The discussion will feature a wide array of topics, including hormone replacement therapy, dating and relationships, name change assistance and more.

A half dozen speakers are scheduled to appear:

Trans group hosts mixer at My Sister’s Room

Franky Capobianco, Executive VP of the DMA Foundation
Tino Pardinas, Coordinator of T.E.A.M. ATLANTA
Blake Alford, President of Southern Comfort Conference
Chloe Kupfer, Trans Health Initiative Coordinator for WFHC
Ethan Sudan, Co-Coordinator of T.E.A.M. ATLANTA
Cheryl C. Courtney-Evans, Founder/Director of TILTT
Tristan Skye, TQ Nation

There will be appetizers, drinks and music. There is no cover for the event, though donations are encouraged.

According to the T.E.A.M.’s Facebook page, its goal is “to provide the correct information, tangible resources, face to face support, and a greater sense of community. Our long term goal is to have a facility in the greater Atlanta area that will provide these resources to all Transgender people.”

For more information, or to RSVP, please visit the event’s Facebook page.