Hello! We had a lovely first digital meeting on 21st March where we discussed how we as a group would respond to the coronavirus crisis. In short, everything is happening online through our Slack, so if you want to get involved with any of the below you can contact us there or use our email. … Continue reading Coronavirus Response
We've collated some information that we've learned about current hormone shortages in the UK, particularly oestrogen, which was considered to be at a higher risk of shortages due to Brexit. This information is from the PSNC Price Concessions List, news from C&D and word of mouth. This blog post is for information only, we are not … Continue reading UK Hormone Shortages
If you would like to receive email updates from us, please subscribe to our newsletter here. Hi pals! Next Meeting We've recovered from Durham pride and are looking forward to the future! We've got a meeting this Thursday 21st June at 8pm where we'll talk about what's next for Action for Trans Health Durham. Things we're thinking about … Continue reading Newsletter 19.06.18
When I was thinking about changing my name, I was convinced it would: Cost lots of money Be a huge faff Once you've done it, you can't change again easily But it is actually for the most part free, not too difficult, and there's no restriction on how many times you can do it.
If you would like to receive email updates from us, please subscribe to our newsletter here. Welcome to the second edition of the Action for Trans Health Durham newsletter! We made it to #2! We got this! Super Queer Fun Day! This month we are hosting our first annual Super Queer Fun Day on 7th May to bring in the … Continue reading Newsletter 30.04.18
This is the second blog post in a series on personal experiences of the Newcastle GIC (Northern Region Gender Dysphoria Service - NRGDS). If you have had an experience with Newcastle GIC and would like to share it so that other trans people know what to expect, please get in touch! You can also report your experiences with … Continue reading Newcastle GIC | Personal Experiences II
This is the personal experience of the Newcastle GIC (Northern Region Gender Dysphoria Service - NRGDS) of a local trans woman, Eliza (name changed to keep anonymity). Action for Trans Health Durham believes in the abolition of the gatekeeping practices of GICs, whilst recognising the need for trans people to have information about navigating the … Continue reading Newcastle GIC | Personal Experiences I