UK Support Groups
“We are an international support group providing information and support to young people and adults with complete and partial Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome, and to parents of AIS youngsters. We also support those affected by Swyer’s syndrome (XY gonadal dysgenesis), 5 alpha reductase deficiency, Leydig Cell Hypoplasia, Mayer-Rokitansky-Kuster-Hauser (MRKH) syndrome, Mullerian dysgenesis, Mullerian duct aplasia, vaginal atresia, and other related conditions.”
Excellent resources at this site, even if you don’t have one of the conditions or gender identities that they address. See their website for chapters around the world, including US and Canada. There’s a search box at the bottom of the home page.
“The Anorchidism Support Group is based in England, and was formed on July 7th 1995 to serve and support any person, or families of boy’s, with congenital (or acquired) absence of the testes. We provide a means of networking with affected families as well as education and information. This condition can be known by several different names, please use the link to see some of the other terms used for this condition.”
“ASG has members not only here in the UK but also in America, Australia, New Zealand, Egypt, Israel, Ireland, Luxemburg, & Italy to name just a few, we also have been contacted by families in several other country’s around the world. We also offer to provide assistance to families of children with undescended testes.”
The KSA has been supporting people in the UK with Klinefelter’s Syndrome (KS), and their families and friends, since 1990. Our members are about as diverse as in any other support group; as well as those with Klinefelter’s Syndrome themselves, we have parents, grandparents, wives, brothers, sisters, carers and friends.