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Art club gets Christmassy this Saturday - come and make some Xmas cards with us. No artistic ability needed! Inclusive space, over 18s only please.
Trans* Guernsey Get Together
Trans* Guernsey get together - Informal chat in a safe space - all trans, queer, gender non-conforming & questioning peeps welcome. PM for meeting location and details of how to join the meeting, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
LGBTQ+ Youth Group
3 The Bordage Map
LGBTQ+ youth group for LGBTQ+ young people and their friends who are secondary school age.
Join us for our LGBTQ+ youth group, run by LGBTQ+ youth workers, in conjunction with the Youth Commission @ No 3 The Bordage (which is a few doors down from the Hub-click on the event image to see the location).
This is a welcoming safe space for people to be themselves. Everyone is welcome and if you aren't 'out' don't worry everyone will respect that and keep it confidential.
Sometimes we watch a movie or play pool, other times we look at how we can tackle problems at school or at home - a lot of the time we just play games and chat.
Lit with Liberate: Love Lives Here - A Story of Thriving in a Transgender Family
Lit with Liberate returns in December with Love Lives Here by Amanda Jette Knox. This is a free reading group and all are welcome. There’s no need to book.
All Amanda Jetté Knox ever wanted was to enjoy a stable life. She never knew her biological father, and while her mother and stepfather were loving parents, the situation was sometimes chaotic. While still a teenager, she met the love of her life. They were wed at 20, and the first of three children followed shortly. Jetté Knox finally had the stability she craved--or so it seemed. Their middle child struggled with depression and avoided school. The author was unprepared when the child she knew as her son came out as transgender at the age of eleven. Jetté Knox became an ardent advocate for trans rights.
For many years, the author had coped with her spouse's moodiness, but that chronic unhappiness was taking a toll on their marriage. A little over a year after their child came out, her partner also came out as transgender. Knowing better than most what would lie ahead, Jetté Knox searched for positive examples of marriages surviving transition. When she found no role models, she determined that her family would become one.
The shift was challenging, but slowly the family members noticed that they were becoming happier and more united. Love Lives Here is a story of transition, frustration, support, acceptance, and, of course, love.
If you haven’t read the book but want to come along for a taster, please do! 🙂
New Years Eve Party
Join us for a New Years celebration. Tickets on sale now!