In this episode of the GenderGP podcast Marianne and Dr Helen sit down together ahead of this year’s International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, and Transphobia (IDAHoBiT) on May 17th. Marianne shares how transphobia has affected her and her family, and Dr Helen discusses how we can address our own internalised transphobia and start working towards a more accepting society.
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You can find more information about IDAHoBiT and events on the day on the official UK page. GenderGP will be running a live event about LGBT+ self-care with Marianne and friends from 1pm to 2pm BST on our YouTube channel.
You can submit your own advice, insights, and questions for the GenderGP stream here. We’re so excited to have the community come together for what promises to be a joyous, affirming event.
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