This event is for City staff and students only.
City’s Office for Institutional Equity and Inclusion will be hosting a conversation with trans author Harry Nicholas to mark Trans Awareness Week (13th – 19th November).
Harry Nicholas (he/him) is a writer and gay trans man living in London. He has written and contributed to articles in The Huffington Post, Forbes, BBC Newsbeat, BBC3's Things not to say to a trans person and Pink News.
His debut book A Trans Man Walks into a Gay Bar will be published by Jessica Kingley Publishers on 18th May 2023. This raw, intimate and unflinchingly honest memoir shines a new light on the complex intersections of gender, sexuality, sex and queerness.
In this conversation, Harry will share his experiences first as a London university student and then working in the creative industries. He’ll underline the importance of supporting and amplifying queer, trans and other underrepresented voices.
This event will take place in-person and online and is open to all City staff and students. Registration is essential.
Please email EDI@city.ac.uk if you have any questions about the event.
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