what this isThe intention behind TransBristol is to create a safe space where trans identified people in the Bristol area can share ideas, provide support and plan things. This WordPress site will act as a platform for ordering and accessing information . There is a Facebook group where you can input ideas and discuss stuff. There is also an e-mail address: email@example.com We hope to develop in a non-hierarchical, co-operative and consensual decision-making sort of way. If you want to get involved, that would be great. If you want to stand at the side, that’s also fine.
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Bristol’s got a couple of places where trans voices are regularly heard on the radio; Cheryl Morgan on Ujima comes to mind, and the nice folk at Shout Out on BCFM (check them out if you haven’t already done so!). … Continue reading
Last Saturday, Susannah Thompson, of South Bristol Voice Therapy, hosted an informal meeting of people from trans groups in the Bristol area. Informal in the sense that Susannah is finding her way in this area, having worked with the Laurels … Continue reading
We’ll be meeting up for a picnic, on Observatory Hill, on Sunday afternoon, from about 1 o’clock onwards. That’s Sunday 5th May. Observatory Hill is the one overlooking the Clifton Suspension Bridge. Come along! -doesn’t matter if you don’t know … Continue reading
On Wednesday 24th April, Trans Media Watch ran an event at the House of Commons, in support of an Early Day Motion condemning the continued misrepresentation of trans* people in the media. This action comes after TMW’s submission to Leveson, … Continue reading
…kicked off on Friday night with a launch at the Counts Louse (Bristol’s City Hall, as it has been renamed by new Mayor George Ferguson). There was much speechifying, by both Bristol mayors (the chap in the big hat – … Continue reading
MORF Binder Exchange Scheme Since February 2011 MORF have been redistributing free binders to trans guys all over the UK and around the world who need them. The free scheme (all you pay is the postage) has so far … Continue reading