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TransMCR - May
12th May 2018, Manchester
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How is the media affecting us? How are we seen in the press? How do video games tie into gender?
This month, we're taking a look at the media - whether it's movies, social media, or video games, we're looking at how it ties into us as a community. Watch a movie, play some video games, and have fun!
>> 12pm - Doors open
>> 12:15pm-1pm - Trans Adoption & Fostering
Want to find out more about adoption and fostering? Interested in discussing some of the barriers that trans people face when looking into adoption and fostering? Come along and find out more, and if you would like to be involved in the research around this, email email@example.com.
>> 1pm-2pm - Peer-Supported Voice-Coaching
Maz will be running a peer-supported voice-coaching session, that aims to introduce you to some of the techniques used in strengthening and/or altering the voice. No sign up required - drop in and learn more!
>> 2pm-3pm - Non-Binary Space
Fancy meeting other non-binary people? Perhaps you're questioning if you might be non-binary and want to have a discussion? Drop in and have a chat with us about what non-binary means, and how we are seen in the eyes of the media. This space is reserved for anyone who feels they are or might be non-binary.
>> 3pm-3:45pm - Electrolysis by Siobhan
We're very excited to invite Siobhan along to TransMCR, to discuss her electrolysis service, ran by and for trans people! Want to find out more about electrolysis? Drop in and ask your questions! There will be space afterwards for one-to-one discussions with Siobhan.
>> 3:45pm-4:30pm - Social Media, Video Games, and Being Trans
How has today's technology and media influenced our lives as trans people? How did they factor into our development of our trans identities? Drop in and share your thoughts!
Painting with Nathan in Community Cafe, 1pm-4pm
Mario Kart in Conference Room, 2pm-4pm
Swap Shop and Changing Space, 2nd Floor
As ever, TransMCR is designed to be a safe and supportive environment for trans people to meet other trans people, to learn about issues concerning them, and to develop new skills. The event is completely free and family, partners and trans allies are welcome!
Plus all the regular services: Community Café (2nd Floor), Quiet Space (3rd Floor), Prayer Room (3rd Floor).
We want to make sure this workshop is accessible for anyone who wants to attend, so if you have any access requirements please get in touch. For further information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office on 0345 3303030