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My Genderation: Portraits of Trans People from Around the UK

Fox Fisher

Happy International Transgender Day of Visibility!

(Top photo: A photograph from Trans Swimming Session, including Kai, aged 10. Everyone in the photo is trans and extremely happy to be swimming without judgment from the general public.)

Fox Fisher is an artist, filmmaker and trans campaigner who's spent the past five years filming My Genderation, a series of films about trans people, by trans people. He also shot portraits of some of the people he's interviewed, and as today is the International Transgender Day of Visibility he shared some of those photographs with us.

Scroll down to see the photos, and check the My Genderation YouTube page to keep up with the films.

Pallas taking some time out from her job as a healthcare professional.

Noah waiting outside the Royal Central School of Speech & Drama for the Trans Acting course.

CJ at one of the secret trans youth away weekends, run by trans support charity Mermaids.

Jason checks their hair before speaking at a BFI FLARE Film Festival event at Southbank.

Leo lives in Suffolk with his partner Alistair.

Michaela, in Soho, on her way to CliniQ, the trans healthcare service.

A self portrait by Fox Fisher at "the place I had my last panic attack, in 2011. My life is so different now."

Kai, a trans boy, aged 12. He's on hormone blockers.


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