Trans Day of Visibility

Trans Day of Visibility – Quenby Harley

Today is Transgender Day of Visibility, and as a trans person I have mixed feelings about it. On the one hand I love to see trans experiences being shared, trans representation in my favourite shows, and more people seeing this and realising they're not alone. But in some ways we have too much visibility. Newspapers write about us every day. There's article after article based on vicious transphobia which frames

2021-03-31T17:09:14+01:0031st March 2021|Blog, Trans Day of Visibility|

Trans Day of Visibility – Finn Dobson

My name is Finn, my pronouns are they/them, and I’m a Peer Support Worker with Leeds Mental Wellbeing Service (LMWS) and the Community Pain Service. I also happen to be transgender and non-binary (meaning my gender identity doesn’t fit within the binary categories of man and woman). When I came into this role in 2019 I had decided that – despite my fear of what it might entail – I

2021-03-31T11:56:57+01:0031st March 2021|Blog, Trans Day of Visibility|