MIssion: Transition
A Bi-monthly subscription box for trans people

What's in a box?

Our Subscription Boxes are fully customizable and are curated carefully each month to encourage:
Empowerment

Being transgender doesnt mean you cant feel good about yourself, and look good while doing it. Look forward to receiving items that will help you present the best version of yourself to the world, and more importantly, you.

Health

Your health is always a priority – mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually. You’ll be graced with tools every month to help maintain your well being, both inside and out.

Community

We promote a value in community for all of our customers and supporters, and offer relationship building resources like penpal exchanges, and mentor programs. Some of us may think we are alone, but there are others here to help.

Resourcefulness

Let’s face it. Life is about overcoming personal difficulties. Get the tools, tutorials, diy guides, and other useful information you need to help you stay prepared and proactive for whatever life has to throw at you.

Join us as we give weekly updates and behind the scenes sneak peeks!

Why is it important?

Each transgender person has their own narrative. Some come with pain and confusion and others come with acceptance and love. Most come with both at one time or another. Whether it is at school, at home, at work, and even at the doctor, trans people face discrimination that creates an extra hardship in everyday life. Not everybody is lucky enough to pass as their gender, or have their family standing by their side in support. This is something most of us take for granted.

As a community - transgender or not - it is important for us to do what we can for each other, in the smallest of ways. So get a box, or buy one for someone who needs it.

Our subscription box provides a monthly safe haven and bank for useful resources to help any transgender person thrive during their transition. We offer a personally curated box, specially for you and your needs, no matter what they are.

  • 80% of trans youth

    feel unsafe from harassment at school because of their gender expression

  • 41% of trans people

    have attempted suicide compared to the 1.6% of general population

  • 1 in 5 trans people

    need or are at risk of being in need of homeless assistance due to unsupportive families

  • 19% of transgender people

    have been turned down at the doctor because of their gender expression or non-conformity

Our Team

Kendall Nicholson
Kendall Nicholson
Founder / Curator
Kendall is from Washington State and has been transitioning since 2013. He enjoys various forms of creation and loves travelling as much as he can so he can add to his collection of experiences. Kendall is excited to finally give back to a community that helped him find who he was.
Cheyenne
Cheyenne
Femme Curator
Cheyenne has been a force in the coffee industry for over two decades, with a focus on advocacy, ethical business, leadership, and community building. Her passion project is Queer Wave Coffee. After parenting two trans children, Cheyenne came to terms with her own identity, and finally began her transition. Currently she lives in Oakland, CA at the Mommune with her partner, another queer parent and our three kiddos!
Cue
Cue
Newsletter Curator
Cue is our Newsletter Curator! When they’re not working on whipping up quality content, they are either doing something artsy/crafty or loving on their dog and cats! Cue enjoys pretending to practice their limited guitar skills and box drumming.
Kevin Sam
Kevin Sam
Artist/ Graphic Designer
Kevin Sam is a pre-T transguy from cold middle of Sweden. He is passionate about animals, fiction, aliens, languages and LGBT rights, to name a few. He likes to create colorful digital illustrations to convey a message through symbols and metaphors. Creating his art is Kevin’s way to deal with dysphoria and know he’s valid, wanting his art to help others, too
Vaquero Wendigo
Vaquero Wendigo
Artist
Vaquero was born in a log cabin, within the warm confines of an active Icelandic volcano. Once they were old enough to walk, they scaled the walls of their volcano home and traveled the world. Vaquero is a versatile artist who once defended a small Polynesian island against an army of beluga whales, using nothing more than a spade and a Shamwow. Vaquero tattoos the citizens of Earth and can cook 30 minute brownies in 20 minutes.
Wren N
Wren N
Artist
Izzy Novak (TerraBubbles) is a non-binary artist that uses they/them pronouns. They specialize in cutesy digital art styles, but also do traditional art. Other passions of theirs include gaming and music, and their two dogs are the light of their life.
Trini
Trini
Artist / Curator
I’m a transgender girl from Los Angeles who does a lot of things. Draw, make videos, edit, cosplay, go to and work conventions, is a photographer, hosts meetups, and is an LGBT+ advocate! I work digitally and my tools of the trade are Photoshop CS4 and Paint Tool SAI. I make and edit videos using Adobe After Effects CS4 and I work using a WACOM BAMBOO Tablet! You all are beautiful, valid and deserving of love!
Danny
Danny
Artist
Danny Grezel is a trans guy who likes art, comics, games, tea and cats. He’s an illustrator based in Birmingham, UK and specialises in creating comics, book illustrations and concept art. He is passionate about LGBTQ+ rights and believes art is a great medium for it.
Oliver B.
Oliver B.
Artist
Oliver B is a nonbinary artist from Florida in the US. Currently in college, they are studying animation and art. After becoming confident with their identity in the start of 2017, they created Cute Patoot Comics as a comic series to draw about life, gender identity, and sexual orientation. Oliver is excited to help their fellow trans friends through comics, and now art with other artists on this project.
Jack M.
Jack M.
Artist
This slack cat is Jack, from the very back (of the closet). This lovely lethargic lad is a gender-fluid med-student who enjoys drawing, animation, long walks in the forest, and being referred to with masculine pronouns. He wishes for nothing more than to spread the love for bees and respecting different identities
Mordy J.V.
Mordy J.V.
Artist
Mordy J.V. is a New England trans man with a passion for comics. He illustrates for an upcoming webcomic called Aimless, and has been carrying the same sketchbook around for three years.

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