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London Trans+ Pride 2023 is a celebration and a protest, serving as a platform to raise awareness about the issues affecting our transgender and non-binary family, including discrimination (much of it Government sanctioned!), healthcare disparities, and social acceptance. We also celebrate the resilience, strength, and beauty within the trans and non-binary community.

By participating in London Trans+ Pride, trans people and allies unite against hate and advocate for a more inclusive and equitable world for all gender identities.

You’ll find the running details below, plus a helpful map that shows toilet facilities along the route at the Trans+ Pride Insta account here.

We’ve also listed some related events on this map:

 

See you there!

The march route goes from Trafalgar Square up to Picadilly Circus and then across, past Green Park, to Hyde Park Corner.

Running order of London Trans+ Pride 2023

1 pm Begin gathering near Trafalgar Sq

2 pm March begins (via ring road around Equestrian Charles I stature, South Eats side of Trafalgar Square.

3:15 pm March arrives at Wellington Arch

3:30 pm Community speeches in the park

5:00 pm London Trans+ Pride 2023 ends.

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“We need to use our numbers and our voices”: London Trans Pride’s Lucia Blayke wants trans people and allies to unite against hate.

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