How can I offer this in my service?

  1. Support that upholds young people’s rights to make decisions about their bodies
  2. Support, signposting and/or resources specific to trans and non binary people and about body image
  3. Options for voluntary participation in outdoor/exercise activities, health and wellbeing support e.g. sleep and nutrition


Mermaids UK: Including LGBT young people in sport

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Pride Youth Games (PYG)

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Blake* (staff member) said “I think having non-normative staff really helps. I mean, the other 2 staff on the young group are quite visibly non-normative. We've got one who is a trans woman who's bald and doesn't care at all that she's bald, and is quite happy with that. And we've got one staff member who's non-binary, and is quite gender non-conforming in lots and lots of ways and that's quite celebratory.”

*These quotations use pseudonyms and have been anonymised to protect participant’s identity.

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