Williamson moaned about the implications of COVID affecting the length of ‘transition’. There had been a shortage of hormones during lockdown and there were only three surgeons in the UK who do phalloplasty surgery (I met one of them, he was obese and fell asleep in the meeting). Juno Dawson had apparently compared being trans to having a power draining app on your phone, a metaphor I think we can all agree with.
Category: LGBT training
Trans And Non-Binary Voices in the Legal Sector
With typical hyperbole we were told that the panel was made up of ‘five non-binary and trans superstars’. The law firm Latham & Watkins LLP sponsored the event and was facilitated by their internal LGBT network group, with two of the panel being on its LGBT leadership committee.
The Gender Agenda
About this event Gender identity, fluidity and transition are complex issues – this day aims to discuss how to make services more inclusive and supportive.
Mridul Wadhwa – Building Intersectional Inclusion in Rape Crisis Services
If you want the short version … Mridul Wadhwa, the trans-identified man who wormed his way into a protected post meant for women-only as protected in the Equality Act, is not backing down on his recent comments made on the Guilty Feminist podcast. Not one bit.
‘Pride in the NHS’ Week: Part 2: Trans and Non-binary Allyship
About the event Needless to say, difficult questions around the complex medical problems arising from cross sex hormone use were never fully discussed. GPs up
‘Pride in the NHS’ Week – Part 1: Nancy Kelley
Nancy Kelley kicked off a week-long Pride festival held online for NHS staff, funded by NHS England. About the event Why Pride? A history of
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