Gendered Intelligence: Understanding diversity in creative ways

A list of some of the ways people who attend our youth group identify: Transgender, transsexual, genderqueer, intersex, trans man, trans woman, trans boy, trans girl, genderqueer, and many more.

Youth Groups for Young Trans and Gender Variant People

Gendered Intelligence runs a range of youth groups in London, Leeds and Bristol for young trans, non-binary and questioning young people aged up to 21. We also run a peer-led support group in London for those aged 18-30.

*Young trans people aged 8 or over are welcome to attend our Under 16 group in London and our Saturday sessions in London. At the moment, our groups in Leeds and Bristol are open for young people aged 13-20. If you are a young trans person under the age of 13 and would like to come along to the group, please get in touch.

No matter how you identify, Gendered Intelligence's trans youth groups are open to all young trans people - whether you're brand new to identifying as trans, still questioning your identity, or if you consider yourself to be post-transition or as having a trans history. We strive to be fully inclusive of individuals who identify as non-binary / other, as well as male or female.

There is no fee to access our youth group, and we reimburse travel for at least £7 per person at every session.

At the youth groups you can:


Find out more about each group


Youth Group for Under 16 Year Olds in London


Group for black, Asian and ethnic minority (BAME) 13-25 year olds in London


Youth Group for Under 21 Year Olds in Leeds


Youth Group for Under 21 Year Olds in Bristol


Youth Group in Hertfordshire for 13-19 Year Olds


Youth Group for 16-20 Year Olds in London


NEW FROM JAN 2017: Youth Group for 18-30 Year Olds in London


Saturday Sessions


Want to come along?

Check out our news page for details of upcoming events, sign up to our mailing list, or email us for more info!


Our parents meeting also takes place on the last Saturday of the month. Find out more.


Membership


You don't need to be a member to attend the GI youth group, but young people who attend our events more than once are asked to become members of Gendered Intelligence youth. This helps us keep you up-to-date with what we're doing, and means you receive priority when applying to attend our arts projects and special trips. It also lets us build a picture of the needs and backgrounds of young people who come to Gendered Intelligence, which helps us make our service more inclusive and accessible for all.


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