Event title:

Tea-Time Talk - "How do we know what we think we know? Trans issues and the production of ignorance" by CN Lester

Event details

Date:
Thursday, July 27, 2017
Time:
15:15 - 16:45
Location:
Wilberforce LT2
Spaces available:
100
Campus:
Hull
Categories:
Pride 50+ Tea-Time Talk

Event description

A Talk and Discussion Event - Part of the OpenCampus 'Reflections on Gender and Sexuality' Tea-Time Talk Series for Pride in Hull week.

A talk and discussion on trans lives and trans 'issues': media myths, popular portrayals, community wisdom, and the trans body of knowledge. Drawing from their new book, Trans Like Me: A Journey for All of Us, CN Lester dissects how ignorance of trans people is produced and maintained - and how we can fight back.

CN Lester is a singer-songwriter, writer, classical musician, and trans activist.  They co-founded the first ever national UK group for young LGBT people and has acted as a consultant on trans issues to a broad range of organisations, such as Channel 4, the BBC and the Huffington Post; as well as writing for New Statesmen, New Internationalist and the Feminist Times. 

Visit CN Lester's website now 

Visit their Facebook page 

Read a recent review of 'Trans Like Me: A Journey For All Of Us'  

Hear CN's music on Spotify 

Visit their blog

Listen to CN's speech at the Oxford Union for this year's LGBT History Month.

Cost: Free Admission – All welcome but booking is required.

Enquiries: Jackie McAndrew

Email: opencampus@hull.ac.uk

Telephone: 01482 466585

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