This site is the most comprehensive on the web devoted to trans history and biography. Well over 1400 persons worthy of note, both famous and obscure, are discussed in detail, and many more are mentioned in passing.
There is a detailed Index arranged by vocation, doctor, activist group etc. There is also a Place Index arranged by City etc. This is still evolving.
In addition to this most articles have one or more labels at the bottom. Click one to go to similar persons. There is a full list of labels at the bottom of the right-hand sidebar. There is also a search box at the top left. Enjoy exploring!
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12 October 2013
IOS Pink List 2013
Trans persons included:
1. Paris Lees, Editor META magazine.
8. Jackie Green who entered the Miss England 2012 competition, and has since become an activist.
13. Jennie Kermode and Helen Belcher of Trans Media Watch.
23. Luke Anderson, Big Brother 2012 winner, chef. WIKIPEDIA
27. Sarah Brown, Cambridge Councillor and the only out transgender politician in Britain. WIKIPEDIA
40. Jane Fae, journalist. GVWW
41. CN Lester, musician, writer, activist.
43. Tara Hewitt, chair of Wirral Conservative Future and deputy chair of Conservative Future North West.
60. Juliet Jacques, columnist and blogger, blog longlisted for the 2011 Orwell prize. WIKIPEDIA
61. Roz Kaveney, writer and activist. GVWW WIKIPEDIA
69. Natacha Kennedy, Lecturer, Goldsmiths College, co-chair of Camden LGBT Forum, sits on LGBT Labour’s national committee and is a founder member of London Trans Diversity and the Trans Teachers’ Association.
79. Lewis Hancox & Raphael Fox, after appearing in Channel 4’s My Transsexual Summer in 2011, Hancox and Fox formed My Genderation Films to make documentaries about the trans community.
96. Jay Stewart, past chair of FTM London, Co-founder, Gendered Intelligence,working on a PhD entitled “Trans on Telly: Popular Documentary and the Production of Transgender Knowledge”.
April Ashley GVWW WIKIPEDIA
Lauren Harries GVWW WIKIPEDIA
Stephen Whittle WIKIPEDIA
Paul O'Grady/Lily Savage GVWW WIKIPEDIA
George O'Dowd GVWW WIKIPEDIA
Alice Purnell, Beaumont Society
Ones to Watch
Sophie Green, artist & illustrator
Nicole Gibson, model
Jo Clifford, playwright GVWW