Fresh off the runway after stomping the house down at City Hall’s first ever total trans take over, Mzz Kimberley’s LIFE welcomes all to the first Allies Corner.
An evening of discussion, entertainment, camaraderie and education takes over Rich Mix . We begin with screenings from trans filmmakers , Campbell X, Neelu Bhuman and My Genderation.
More love: Less prepackaged bullshit
Film By: Neelu Bhuman
Set to the soul beat of Assata Shakur, a trio of black transwoman, brown genderqueer person and a white queer cis man resist dystopia with a sweet bowl full of joy, intimacy and love. | @nbhuman
Directed by Campbell X
Produced by Kayza Rose
VISIBLE challenges common misconceptions that LGBTQ+ People of Colour have no history and no story to tell. Calling upon inspirational ancestors and contemporary artists and activists working to challenge mainstream perception and the sanitisation of LGBT legacies.
Is the second film in the #TransAND series by My Genderation, that looks at what trans people are beyond being trans. In this film we visit the prolific writer and campaigner KUCHENGA. | @uglastefania @thefoxfisher and @mygenderation
Screening films from trans directors in the UK.
Panel discussion asking questions such as ‘what is allyship? who gets to decide?’
‘Where do you go if you feel you may be trans?’
‘Is cancel culture scaring people from asking questions around trans issues?’
After the panel will be time for mingling and information sharing with CliniQ.
CliniQ is a Community Interest Company. They are an holistic sexual health and well-being service for all trans people, partners and friends. They are a trans-led team, who offer a safe, confidential space for those who may not feel comfortable accessing mainstream services.
*Allyship is a lifelong process of building relationships based on trust, consistency, and accountability with marginalised individuals and/or groups of people. Not self-defined—work and efforts.
*Trans denoting or relating to a person whose sense of personal identity and gender does not correspond with their birth sex.
*Cis is denoting or relating to a person whose sense of personal identity and gender corresponds with their birth sex.
*Misgender referring to (someone, especially a transgender person) using a word, especially a pronoun or form of address, that does not correctly reflect the gender with which they identify.
- Chair: – Kayza Rose
- Michelle Ross (founder CliniQ)
- Campbell X (director of VISIBLE)
- Gill Perkins (CEO Wandsworth Oasis)
- Dr Vincent Wong (aesthetic doctor)
- Tamer Wilde (stylist)