Links to other organisations and services
Gendered Intelligence has working links with other organisations in the trans community. Here is a list of some organisations that you may find helpful.
Press for Change
Press for Change provide legal advice, training, and research to trans people, their representatives, and public and private bodies. PFC has regularly worked with Government on the Employment regulations 1999, the Working Group 2000, the Gender Recognition Act 2004, and the Equality Act 2010 along with the Government's latest Transgender Action plan in partnership with other trans organisations such as a:gender, The Gender Trust, Gender Identity Research and Education Society (GIRES) and Gendered Intelligence.
CliniQ is a sexual health and wellbeing service in London for trans people. It is held every Wednesday evening at 56 Dean Street, Soho. You can find more information on their website here, or their Facebook page..
Mermaids is an organisation which supports trans children and their families up to age 19, with no lower age limit. They have online forums and hold residentials annually for trans children / young people and their families to come together.
Trans London is a support and social group for trans people in London.
FTM London is a peer support group for female-to-male trans people in London, aged 18 and over. The group meets on the first Saturday of the month in Camden. See the website for more details.
Galop gives advice and support to people who have experienced biphobia, homophobia, transphobia, sexual violence or domestic abuse. Galop also produce trans-inclusive resources, such as their recent 'Do What You Both Want' campaign. GI has worked with Galop in the past to produce a trans youth zine, which you can find on our trans youth resources page.
Terrence Higgins Trust
Terrence Higgins Trust (THT) is a sexual health charity. They've produced sexual health resources for trans men and trans women as part of their Trans Health Matters campaign, and have delivered trans-specific sexual health sessions to young people at Gendered Intelligence.