⚧🏳️‍💜Today is Trans Visibility Day 💜🏳️‍⚧

Trans people fight for the right to be acknowledged an to be seen every day. And because of COVID-19, its even harder when we are socially isolated. There will be no demonstrations or actions today.

But you can fill your virtual facebook walls and other social media with information on trans issues, or with books, movies and art made by people who identify as trans!

But don’t forget to continue to show your solidarity with trans people after trans visibility day! The Bent Bars Project is a letter-writing project for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, gender-variant, intersex, and queer prisoners in Britain. LGBTQ+ people have a long history of being policed and criminalised (and of resisting that criminalistion) yet there are relatively few community resources to support LGBTQ+ prisoners.


Do you know another good project or initiative which supports the trans community? Share it with us!

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Navigating COVID-19 and chest binding

This guide gives 8 tips to look after your respiratory health for trans people, and non binary people who bind their chest.

If you bind your chest you are at much higher risk of complications from COVID-19. If you have asthma or respiratory illness, this is particulary important.

Share this with your friends and connections, it’s important that we look after each other in these times. 💜


Dear feminists,

Because of the situation concerning COVID-19 (the coronavirus), we are not are currently not organising any events.

We do not want to risk people their health and we want to be mindful about this virus. We think the Dutch government has responded to the spread of the virus too late – and is therefore risking lives. We think everyone with the privilege to stay at home should, or should try to help others in less privileged situations.  This is an important time to show solidarity with each other. Even if you are stuck in your house, it is still good to try and have social contact. Not only is this time difficult for people who are the mentioned as  ‘groups at risk’, but it’s also hard for others. Social contact can be extremely important for people who struggle with depression and other mental health issues, and right now is the time to check on others and take care of them – and of course, of ourselves.

However, we do realise that this time of social distancing can be overwhelmingly difficult. Therefore we will keep on posting different articles about COVID-19 that can hopefully help some people. We will also share interesting articles and zines. If you have recommendations, please send them to us: