Trans+ History Week 2024 | Community Event

Tuesday, May 7, 2024 London E14 5JJ

A live recording of the QueerAF podcast on the history-making TV representation In Sex Education:

Guest host Kenny Ethan Jones, the first trans man in a period product ad campaign

Stars of Sex Educations's T4T storyline Anthony Lexa and Felix Mufti

A discussion about the power of on-screen representation, creating inclusive stories about Trans+ communities and what it was like to make that visibility for Sex Education

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Plus a live panel discussion and Q&A on how we win our rights with the all-star history makers:

  • Nadine Noor - Founder of Pxssy Palace
  • Jude Guaitamacchi - Founder of Trans+ Solidarity Alliance
  • Sabah Choudrey - Co-founder of Trans Pride Brighton
  • Roz Kaveney - Gay Liberation Front's Trans Group
  • Nancy Kelley - Moderated by Director of Lesbian Visibility Week

This incredible line-up will help you understand important conversations that centre and unify us ahead of Pride Month.

Reasons to attend...

  • Explore the millennia-old history of Trans+ and gender-diverse communities
  • Ask our panellists questions about how we learn from our history, and apply it to our present
  • Understand key insights and easy-to-quote knowledge for you to carry forward
  • Enjoy an evening with new connections, entertainment and wisdom


All ticket sales help cover the event's costs and our non-profit mission to invest in trans+ talent, drinks reception included in price.

If you are unable to purchase a ticket due to financial constraints, please get in touch as we would not want this to prevent you from attending! No questions asked. Send us an email:

If you'd like to purchase a PAY-IT-FORWARD ticket for someone on a low-income, you can also to that and your kindness would be truly appreciated!

Ticket fees will go towards funding Trans+ History Week speaker fees, event costs and supporting our trans+ creatives to produce engaging content throughout the week.

This event is being generously hosted by Clifford Chance. Clifford Chance's goal is to be the global law firm of choice for LGBT+ people and for LGBTQ+ causes - and we're incredibly grateful for their support. Find out more about their incredible work here.

How to find: 

The event is at the Clifford Chance building on 10 Upper Bank St, London E14 5JJ. It's the building opposite the back entrance/exit to the Canary Wharf tube station.