Trans*fixed - performance
"Humans have 46 chromosomes, in total 23 pairs. The sperm and the egg leave and combine to allow/produce, Fertilization ‘Zygote’. So what has gone wrong here? What makes these people different?"
A show following adapted stories from Trans people across the gender spectrum.
Trans*fixed on at St Marys University Theatre, Twickenham as part of the T-Junction Festival.
Trans*fixed is being performed Tuesday 19th 8pm, Thursday 21st 5pm and Saturday 23rd 8pm November.
You can buy tickets online here http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/event/43888
It is a festival format so when you buy your wrist bands online you will need to print out your receipt and bring it with you to pick up your band on the day and then you will be able to watch the three shows of that day one right after the other.
This guide to becoming trans-inclusive for student officers and activists was produced by the National Union of Students (NUS) LGBT a few years ago and may be a useful resource to give to any uni societies (particularly LGBT societies) that may not be meeting the needs of trans people.
Unfortunately Gendered Intelligence is not linked to in this edition but hopefully in future ones we will be! We provide a mentoring service for students who would like extra help and support during their degree which may be another useful resource for students to be aware of.

This guide to becoming trans-inclusive for student officers and activists was produced by the National Union of Students (NUS) LGBT a few years ago and may be a useful resource to give to any uni societies (particularly LGBT societies) that may not be meeting the needs of trans people.

Unfortunately Gendered Intelligence is not linked to in this edition but hopefully in future ones we will be! We provide a mentoring service for students who would like extra help and support during their degree which may be another useful resource for students to be aware of.

Gendered Intelligence Mentoring Service - Free Support for Trans Students in the UK

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Gendered Intelligence is now taking on new clients for our mentoring service, which is available to trans students in education in the UK. The service is confidential and is at no cost to the student. This is an ideal opportunity to sign up if you are starting or continuing education in the next academic year (2012 - 2013).

The idea is to provide one-on-one mentoring sessions with a Gendered Intelligence trans mentor, to help trans / questioning students who may be struggling with managing gender issues, experiencing some of the challenges of living as a trans person in education or may have existing mental health issues which are exacerbated by being trans or questioning their gender identity. 

We can provide practical support with social and medical transition (such as assistance with information, name changes, referrals, etc). We can also advise on organisation and study skills, careers, housing and financial information. We can  provide advocacy support - to ensure your needs are met within your university or college, by talking to academic staff / university administration about any issues you you may be having with you, or on your behalf.

For full information see our Mentoring page. If you think you could benefit from mentoring with Gendered Intelligence please contact us at admin@genderedintelligence.co.uk.

Please share widely.

Please keep spreading the word about our mentoring service! If you’re a trans student and think you might benefit, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.

Gendered Intelligence Mentoring Service - Free Support for Trans Students in the UK

Gendered Intelligence is now taking on new clients for our mentoring service, which is available to trans students in education in the UK. The service is confidential and is at no cost to the student. This is an ideal opportunity to sign up if you are starting or continuing education in the next academic year (2012 - 2013).

The idea is to provide one-on-one mentoring sessions with a Gendered Intelligence trans mentor, to help trans / questioning students who may be struggling with managing gender issues, experiencing some of the challenges of living as a trans person in education or may have existing mental health issues which are exacerbated by being trans or questioning their gender identity. 

We can provide practical support with social and medical transition (such as assistance with information, name changes, referrals, etc). We can also advise on organisation and study skills, careers, housing and financial information. We can  provide advocacy support - to ensure your needs are met within your university or college, by talking to academic staff / university administration about any issues you you may be having with you, or on your behalf.

For full information see our Mentoring page. If you think you could benefit from mentoring with Gendered Intelligence please contact us at admin@genderedintelligence.co.uk.

Please share widely.