GI’s response to Sunday Times GIDS article

Gendered Intelligence has been working with young people and their families for over a decade. As an organisation our aim is is to ensure that all young people can feel safe and supported. The experiences of our young people inform all the work that we do and our services are centred around supporting them, their… Continue reading GI’s response to Sunday Times GIDS article

Young people and the Gender Recognition Act

Gendered Intelligence’s stance on gender recognition reform for young people When the Government announced its consultation on the Gender Recognition Act in July of this year, what we were hoping for was a robust enquiry into how we can best reform legal gender recognition in the UK for the benefit of all trans people, including… Continue reading Young people and the Gender Recognition Act

Gendered Intelligence statement on Women and Equalities Committee’s Transgender Equality Report

Gendered Intelligence fully welcomes today’s Transgender Equality report published by the House of Commons Women and Equalities Committee and its listed recommendations. Despite an increase in trans visibility over recent years, we have a long way to go before trans people can feel happy and safe in all aspects of their day-to-day lives. The report’s… Continue reading Gendered Intelligence statement on Women and Equalities Committee’s Transgender Equality Report

5 Things You Will Learn from Being Out as Trans at University

By Jesse Ashman Having come out in my first year of studying an undergraduate degree in English Literature, I am about to start a new university for the second time – this time as postgraduate student, below are some things I learnt from the first time at university. You are not alone While it seems… Continue reading 5 Things You Will Learn from Being Out as Trans at University