Binder programme  

Our volunteers run a free binder programme for people who are trans masculine (including non binary, and questioning). 

Our regular binders are for people who are otherwise unable to access a binder.  

Our post-op binders are for anyone who is having top surgery. An extra binder is handy during recovery! We have them in sizes S, M and L. 

If you have spare binders, please donate to the programme to help us keep supporting our community! Email us at to get our current mailing address or arrange drop off/pickup. 

  Browse available binders  

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How to measure

If you already have a binder that fits, lay it flat and measure armpit to armpit at the widest point. If you don't have a binder yet, measure armpit to armpit across the front of your chest.  

To request a binder

Simply check your measurements, select the binder you'd like from our current stock, and email us at We'll get back to you as soon as we can, usually within a day or two. We'll confirm your eligibility, which binder you'd like, and your mailing details. 

We will post within Australia, addressed to whatever name you like, discretely packaged in an AusPost prepaid bag.

We have limited stock but we exist to help people in need - we understand in some cases, you may need more than one binder.  We appreciate you respecting the programme and just talking to us honestly about your needs and your situation. We're here to help! 

To donate

To donate binders please email us at to get our current mailing address or arrange drop off/pickup. 

If you're able to make a financial donation of any size to help keep us going, you can do so on our donations and memberships page.

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