Trans Pride Brighton 2017

Putting the T First!

The Day In Pictures

 

Saturday 22nd July 2017, 12pm – Trans Pride Brighton, the largest celebration of trans, intersex and gender non-conforming people, started the day with a huge crowd of 2500 people all gathering at the Marlborough ready to join the official Protest March.

The march went peacefully along the seafront waving banners and chanting ‘Trans Rights are Human Rights’ before ending at Brunswick Square to join the events, community stalls, stage performers and caterers for the afternoon Main Park Event

The rain came at about 3pm, but didn’t deter everyone. The day carried on with the wonderful speakers, performers and the main band playing until the end. The nearly sold-out evening celebrations at the DIY gig and Tramfrau After Party ran until the late hours.

 

Credit for photographs – Sharon Kilgannon @alonglines

News stories

Broadly Vice Magazine – Celebrating Five Years of the UK’s Biggest Trans Pride Parade, in Photos

The Argus – 2,500 people take part in Trans Pride Brighton 2017

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Trans Pride Brighton encourage you to share lots of pictures online of this year, but only with the consent of those being photographed if possible.

Instagram and Twitter are ready for your pics, and you can also share your experiences and photos by posting on our facebook page

Please use hashtags when posting in order to increase trans visibility and show solidarity with those protesting against discrimination worldwide

e.g. Search in Twitter:

#ThisIsWhatTransLooksLike #TransPride #TransPrideBrighton #TransRightsAreHumanRights

We are looking for people to share their stories and pictures on the website, please Contact Us for details.

Donations Needed

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Trans Pride Brighton need your help! This year was our 5th anniversary and we need help to make next year another amazing event.

How do we run Trans Pride Brighton year on year and make it such a great event?
How do we ensure it continues in the spirit of what all Prides ought to be?

  • corporate-free
  • non-hostile
  • safe
  • inclusive

You may not know, but last year we ran at a loss. We cannot afford to do that again this year. So we are asking for you final push so we can make the figures add up.

Please help us by donating any amount – even a couple of quid will do! Without your ongoing support this event would not be happening. Remember, this is your event, your community, YOUR PRIDE.

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More Information

Please Contact us with any questions or comments about Trans Pride Brighton.