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The GenderGP Podcast

DR HELEN WEBBERLEY AND MARIANNE OAKES ARE JOINED BY A RANGE OF INSPIRING GUESTS TO DISCUSS MATTERS AFFECTING THE TRANS COMMUNITY.

The GenderGP Podcast is a series of interviews and discussions hosted by GenderGP Founder, Dr Helen Webberley and GenderGP Lead Therapist, Marianne Oakes, covering all aspects of life as a member of the trans community.

Chatting with experts, healthcare professionals, influencers and most importantly, transgender people themselves, the GenderGP Podcast aims to provide information, insight and inspiration to those on their own gender journey. It also aims to be a valuable source of  information for family, friends, and anyone looking to understand more about this wonderfully diverse community.

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Fighting For Care For My Trans Child

Fighting For Care For My Trans Child

CW: self-harm. This episode contains a single description of self-harm scars from 42.05-42.25. On this episode of the GenderGP podcast, Marianne and Helen are joined by the mum of a trans child. She shares her story of the challenges they’ve faced, the journey they’ve...

The Impact of Transphobia

The Impact of Transphobia

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...

Top surgery: getting it right

Top surgery: getting it right

In this episode of the GenderGP podcast Fionn Collins (he/him), a trans man working for the student union at Technological University Dublin, talks to Marianne about having a second top surgery, following unsatisfactory results from the first. He shares his advice and...

Top Surgery: what to ask, with Ioannis Ntanos

Top Surgery: what to ask, with Ioannis Ntanos

Surgeon, Ioannis Ntanos, returns for a second episode of the GenderGP podcast in which he tackles some of the key questions guys should be asking when considering top surgery. This episode of the podcast seeks to educate and empower the individual so that they can get...

Exploring the binary with @TheymerSophie

Exploring the binary with @TheymerSophie

Streamer and essayist, @TheymerSophie returns for a second episode of the GenderGP Podcast in which they talk to Dr Helen and Marianne about what it really means to be non-binary. Together they discuss the idea that there is so much more to gender than just man and...

Music and trans visibility with Steph May

Music and trans visibility with Steph May

Musician, Steph May, joins Dr Helen and Marianne, to discuss her new single:, “One Life”, which has been released today (March 26th) ahead of Trans Day of Visibility 2021 (March 31st). Together they discuss what visibility means to them and the importance of trans...

Giving trans youth a voice with Dr Anna Carlile

Giving trans youth a voice with Dr Anna Carlile

Academic and Head of the Education Department at Goldsmiths University, Dr Anna Carlile, joins Dr Helen and Marianne, to discuss her research paper, “It’s like my kid came back overnight”, which focuses on the experiences of trans youth and their families accessing...