You might have already contacted the police because you’ve experienced a transphobic incident. Or there could have been another reason, such as reporting a crime, being stopped by the police or other unwanted or unasked for contact.
If you do experience transphobia it should be your decision of what to do following an incident.
There are a number of options available if you decide to get advice or support.
On Saturday 19 February Galop will be at a Bar Wotever event specially for those aged 13-26
with Performance, DJs and installations.
As part of LGBT History Month 2011 Galop and Stonewall Housing will be launching Living London – a groundbreaking oral history project which examines the history of housing and policing for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) people in London over the last twenty-five years – viewed thorough these two community organisations.
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Galop is London's LGBT anti-violence and abuse charity.
- Today India's Supreme Court upheld #Section377 that criminalises consensual #LGBT sex. Protest now at Traflgar Sq. http://t.co/sbhKgcOrNh
- Good News: Ira, Russian LGBTQ activist, has not been deported from the UK (yet) to Russia where she fears persecution http://t.co/5idgOsAdNl
- Don't forget, if you've experienced hate crime & want to report it to Galop & get support, you can do so online here http://t.co/gEfTMw1Tc9