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Trans Out Loud Panel @ Judson Memorial

The Callen-Lorde Trans Community Advisory Board is hosting a conversation about trans identity and we’d love for you to come!

Welcoming folks who are: Transgender, genderqueer, gender-non-conforming, transsexual, bi-gendered, gender fluid, non-op, post-op, pre-op, low-ho, no-ho, mft, ftm, xtx, etc. Also, allies, lovers, partners, friends and providers are all invited!

When: Monday, October 18 from 7-9 pm
Where: Judson Memorial Church, 55 Washington Square South
What: A panel representing some of the varied experiences that trans folks have will spark discussion on medical, non-medical, transition and other life topics.

Share experiences, speak truth, REPRESENT!

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