International Transgender Day of Visibility

The 12th annual International Transgender Day of Visibility (TDoV) will take place on 31 March 2021. The event celebrates the resilience and success of transgender and gender non-conforming people and raises awareness of transgender rights around the world.

Message from the Vice Chancellor

Vice Chancellor, Professor Dame Janet Beer invites you to take part in this year International Transgender Days of Visibility.

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Introduction to Trans Equality

New to Trans equality? Then start here.

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Join our Pronouns Campaign

Find out how you can support our Trans and Non-Binary community by normalising the use of Pronouns

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April Ashley MBE

Learn about the life of April Ashley and her impact on Trans Rights in the UK.

Oral Histories

OurStories

These Oral Histories were gathered from members of the trans* community as part of the April Ashley heritage project and exhibition.

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Be a Trans Ally

Learn how you can support the Trans community and become an ally.

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Flags and Symbols

Find out about the different pride flags and their meaning.

BLOG: Where are all the Trans People in History?

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Trans Visibility Reading List

A collection of eBooks and audiobooks to raise awareness of transgender rights around the world and celebrate the resilience and success of transgender and gender non-conforming people.

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Trans Stories from Stonewall

Listed to personal stories from Trans and Non-Binary people collated by the LGBT charity, Stonewall.

The Trans flag was created by an American Trans women Monica Helms in 1999 and was first flown at the Phoenix, Arizona pride in 2000. The three colours represent baby blue (boys) baby pink (girls) and white for those who are transitioning, intersex or consider themselves as having an unidentified gender.