There are a few ways you can help ensure this film comes to fruition:

1) Talk about TransMilitary in all the ways with your family and friends.
2) Share the Emmy® nominated short film Transgender, at War and in Love.
3) Donate finishing funds to ensure the film is released fall 2017. A financial donation of any amount would be gratefully received and wisely stewarded.


The work of the TransMilitary project would not be possible without generous donations. 

Thank you to the following individuals and entities for their financial support:

  • Palm Center
  • The Gobioff Foundation
  • The Tawani Foundation
  • Johnson Family Fund
  • Phyllis Randolph Frye, Attorney
  • Sheri Swokowski
  • Joanna Clark
  • Indiegogo donors
  • GoFundMe Donors

We are in post-production on the feature film and seeking funding to complete the project. Please contact with questions and for donations greater than $1,000 seeking 501(c)3 tax benefits. Thank you for your kind consideration.



Our TransMilitary supporter, Phyllis Randolph Frye, Attorney, openly transgender since 1981 and Army Veteran (1970-1972) provides the following services:

Legal name change, gender ID change, birth certificate amendments for those currently in Texas OR for those currently on active duty anywhere. Visit and download the Frye, Oaks and Benavidez, PLLC Law Firm flyer here. Please reference "TransMilitary" as your referral when you make a call.


If you are in the United States military and need support regarding your gender identity, contact SPARTA.

Founded in 2013, SPARTA is an association of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people who currently serve or have served in the U.S. armed forces and their families. The mission is to advocate for and support actively serving LGBT service members, veterans, and their families. As a membership organization, SPARTA exists by and for the LGBT military community. The name SPARTA originated as an acronym for “Service members, Partners, and Allies for Respect and Tolerance for All.” -