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Trans Awareness Week

What Does It Mean To Be Non-Binary?

Monday 11th November
SU HQ's Kevin Gately Room (MR2), 12-1pm

Join us for an introduction to what it means to be a non-binary person, someone who defines their gender identity outside of the binary of male and female.

Trans-Only Swimming

Monday 11th November
Sports Hub pool, 1:30-3:30pm

During this event the Sports Hub pool will be open to members of the trans and non-binary community. There is no charge for this event. Register your place here.

Running a Trans-Inclusive Club

Tuesday November 12th
SU HQ's Kevin Gately Room (MR2), 4-5pm

Are you a sports club exec member, coach, or interested member? Join us to find out how your club can be more trans-inclusive.

Jessica Lynn's Trans Journey

Wednesday November 13th
Chancellors Suite, Rootes Building, 10-11:30

Over the last several years, Jessica has crisscrossed the globe sharing the story of her journey over 750 times in 25 different countries and is now internationally considered one of the foremost trans speakers due to her dynamic, refreshingly honest speaking style. Register for this event here.

Running a Trans-Inclusive Society

Wednesday November 13th
SU HQ's Kevin Gately Room (MR2), 3-4pm

Are you a society exec or interested member? Join us to find out how your society can be more trans-inclusive.

Pronoun Badge-Making

Thursday November 14th
SU Atrium, 11am-3pm

Drop by the SU Atrium to design and construct your own pronoun badge - or simply pick up a pre-made badge. All materials are supplied free of charge.

The Past, Present & Future of Trans Student Activism

Thursday November 14th
MB0.07, 4-6pm

[Facebook event] NUS Trans Officer Eden Ladley (xe/xem/xyr and she/her) is visiting Warwick for Trans Awareness Week to talk about trans student activism.

Travis Alabanza's 'Burgerz'

Friday November 15th
Warwick Arts Centre, 8:50pm

Saturday November 16th
Warwick Arts Centre, 7:30pm

[Book here] (£6.50 student tickets when purchased at the Box Office)

After someone threw a burger at them and shouted a transphobic slur, performance artist Travis Alabanza became obsessed with burgers. How they are made, how they feel, and smell. How they travel through the air. How the mayonnaise feels on your skin. This show is the climax of their obsession – exploring how trans bodies survive and how, by them reclaiming an act of violence, we can address our own complicity.