Fórsa backs trans pride
|The march begins at 2pm on the 28th of July outside Liberty Hall in Dublin.
Transgender people in Ireland suffer more hate crimes than anywhere else in Europe. If you are a trans person, or consider yourself an ally, you can join Fórsa this Saturday (28th July) at Ireland’s first ever Trans Pride march.
Trans Pride describes itself as “both a parade and a protest.” It aims to celebrate the lives and identity of trans people, while simultaneously fighting for trans rights, healthcare, bodily autonomy, and an end to transphobia in Ireland.
The march begins at 2pm on the 28th of July outside Liberty Hall in Dublin. The route will then proceed along Amiens Street and conclude in Fairview Park, where a rally will take place.
Trans Pride is demanding free trans healthcare based on informed consent, an end to intersex genital mutilation and legislation and recognition for non-binary people. As well as social housing funding and an end to direct provision. Click here for the full list.
If you wish to attend or are interested in the event, please contact email@example.com for more information.