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science fiction critic, ebook publisher, energy economist, rugby & cricket fan, foodie.

Trans Helpline for Bristol Seeks Volunteers

As per the flyer above, Bristol Mind is looking to launch a telephone helpline for trans people. They are looking for volunteers to help staff the service. There’s no salary, but they do pay expenses. For further information about the … Continue reading

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Trans Day of Remembrance Events

Our 2015 Trans Day of Remembrance (November 20th) events are as follows: 08:30am – Raising the Trans Flag outside City Hall, College Green, BS1 5TR, with the Lord Mayor, the Right Honourable Clare Campion-Smith. 06:00pm – Ceremony of Remembrance at … Continue reading

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An Historic Day

Yesterday, for the first time ever, Bristol City Council held a public event aimed specifically at trans people. At 2:00pm, in front of City Hall, the Lord Mayor, the Rt. Hon. Councillor Alastair Watson, raised the transgender flag to mark … Continue reading

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Trans Day of Remembrance, 2014

November 20th is the annual International Trans Day of Remembrance, on which we remember those people who have been murdered during the past year simply for being trans (see here and here for more information). We have a new event … Continue reading

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Trans Day of Remembrance Event

November 20th is the annual International Trans Day of Remembrance, on which we remember those people who have been murdered during the past year simply for being trans (see here and here for more information). Bristol City Council is kindly … Continue reading

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Transgender Day of Remembrance, 2012

There will be a brief ceremony to mark this year’s Transgender Day of Remembrance at the Council House, College Green in Bristol from 6:00pm to 7:00pm on Tuesday November 20th. We are not sure which room we have yet, but … Continue reading

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