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Protestors at London Trans+ Pride will march for Black trans icon Elie Che

London’s second-ever Trans Pride to go ahead this weekend, amid looming fears over police and arrests

Elie Che: London's queer community holds beautiful vigil for trans icon

Trans icon Elie Che moved to New York because UK healthcare is so woeful. She was found dead less than a month later

Erin Parisi wants to fly the trans Pride flag from the top of Mount Everest

Meet the trailblazing transgender mountain climber who wants to fly the trans Pride flag from the top of Mount Everest, the highest peak in the world

Trans woman gives Mastermind viewers vital lesson about Stonewall riots

Trans woman stuns on Mastermind with a fabulous Pride dress and a much-needed history lesson on the Stonewall Riots

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Police force accused of ‘losing the plot’ after flying trans flag outside station

The long-awaited trans Pride flag emoji is finally coming to phones in 2020

The long-awaited trans Pride flag emoji is finally coming to phones in 2020

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Hungary’s first-ever Trans Pride sees hundreds demand the right to change their names and legal gender

Rain fails to dampen spirits at Dublin’s first Trans Pride

First ever Trans Pride march to take place in Dublin

Switzerland set to let transgender people easily change their name and legal gender

ISTANBUL, TURKEY - JUNE 25: LGBT supporters march towards Taksim Square on June 25, 2017 in Istanbul, Turkey. The 2017 LGBT Pride March was banned by authorities for the third year. Organisers defied the order and people attempted to march to Taksim Square but were met by a heavy police presence and the crowd was dispersed by tear gas and several people were arrested.

European leaders called for Turkey to revoke blanket ban on LGBT events

ISTANBUL, TURKEY - JUNE 25: LGBT supporters march towards Taksim Square on June 25, 2017 in Istanbul, Turkey. The 2017 LGBT Pride March was banned by authorities for the third year. Organisers defied the order and people attempted to march to Taksim Square but were met by a heavy police presence and the crowd was dispersed by tear gas and several people were arrested.

Turkish capital bans all LGBT events over ‘public sensitivity’

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