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Transgender Equality Network Ireland (TENI) supports, educates and advocates for the rights of trans people and their families.
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TENI Jun 14
Thanks, Welfare Bear. helpline also there for anyone who needs to talk to someone at 1890929539. Also every Thursday from 6.30pm to 9pm at 01 8729911. There is support out there; don't be afraid to get in touch with any of us!
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St John of God Hosp Jun 13
We had such an enjoyable & informative day with Vanessa from TENI, educating the staff here about Transgender Awareness.
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Vanessa Lacey Jun 12
Heading to to deliver my penultimate training for . Over the last decade, I have been privileged to deliver training to over 20,000 health professionals, an honour that I don't take lightly. Thank you for all your support during this period x
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TENI Jun 11
Looking forward to unleashing the at this year's on 29 June. Come and march with . Join us beforehand for our 'Pride Breakfast' in on St Stephen's Green.
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Dublin Lesbian Line Jun 11
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TENI Jun 10
Good to hear our Chair on highlighting the contradictory and unhelpful nature of the Vatican's new guidance on gender identity.
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TENI Jun 10
Press Release: Rights group describes as ‘unhelpful and inflammatory’ Vatican guidance on gender identity.
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TRANS-FUSION Trans Arts Festival Dublin Jun 10
Big shoutOut to , Accents Cafe, HQ for hosting and supporting our events throughout the week. We could not have done it without you!
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TENI Jun 10
As the artwork and gallery come down today we want to say a huge 'Thank You' to for an amazing Trans-Fusion Festival 2019. Thanks especially to organisers and for all their work.
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TRANS-FUSION Trans Arts Festival Dublin Jun 10
TRANSFUSION: so our 5th festival is over. Thanks to all who helped, participated, entertained & supported our events. Our sponsors, all the facilitators, hosts, artists & performers, you all are amazing. Thanks also to the venues for their kindness 🦄
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Sara R Phillips Jun 10
Replying to @AidanCTweets
Thanks to all who shared, publicised , visited the gallery and took selfies for our campaign with
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Sara R Phillips Jun 10
TRANSFUSION: so our 5th festival is over. Thanks to all who helped, participated, entertained & supported our events. Our sponsors, all the facilitators, hosts, artists & performers, you all are amazing. Thanks also to the venues for their kindness
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TENI Jun 8
Here we go...!
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TRANS-FUSION Trans Arts Festival Dublin Jun 8
... And we are moving you out to the performance area for "Gotta Get It Out Of My Head" this evening -, so you can keep an eye on us all 😂😂😂💜💜💜🦄🦄🦄🌈🌈🌈❤️
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Sara R Phillips Jun 8
Last day TRANSFUSION trans festival & its the big one. ‘GOT TO GET OT OUT OF MY HEAD’ performance from 7.30pm. wonderful performers & amazing celebration. get to see the art gallery tonight before it closes
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Sara R Phillips Jun 7
TRANSFUSION: full house for comedy night in
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TENI Jun 7
First ever TRANS-FUSION Comedy Night this evening 7.30pm St Joseph's Parade, D.1 (off Dorset St). Free entry - places limited. Dont forget tomorrow's big show finale "Got to Get it Out of My Head" 7.30pm
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TRANS-FUSION Trans Arts Festival Dublin Jun 7
Don't forget... Tonight at 7. 30pm we will have our FIRST EVER TRANS-FUSION COMEDY NIGHT off Dorset St on St Joseph's Parade Dublin 1. Not to be missed. Entry is free but come early as space is limited! See pic for details...
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TENI Jun 6
"Looking back now... you realise that, it's everything that were trying to make me feel bad about, is who I am and made me what I am today" - . This is why we need to , so that we can live happy lives free from prejudice.
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