Gendered Intelligence launches new showcase at the Science Museum,‘What makes your gender?’ – Throughout LGBT History Month this February and continuing into April 2014, the Science Museum will showcase a new display that asks its audience: What makes up your gender? The display, which can be seen in the Who am I? Gallery, aims to demonstrate a shift away from seeing gender simply as a boy/girl binary towards viewing gender as something much more dynamic.
Bullying can take many forms and when young trans people tell us that they feel consistently frightened and anxious about what their fellow students and teachers might say or do we know there is more work to be done. Gender Intelligence are carrying out ‘Stop Our Silence’ in Anti-bullying Week, 18th to 23rd November 2013. Ask your friends to sponsor you then make the donation online.
GI’s Anatomy is a Wellcome Trust funded project delivered by Gendered Intelligence, in collaboration with London Drawing. It aims to engage the public with ideas of sex and gender diversity through a series of life drawing workshops. We worked with 30 transgender and intersex people who took part in a series of practical life drawing […]
The LGBT History Month magazine is available free in electronic copy now. Featuring an interview with Sue Sanders, a report by Tony Fenwick on why we need to focus on sport, an article by Gendered Intelligence on trans youth, a guide to Pride House, Suran Dickson and Diversity Role Models and a host of other […]