Trans Advisory Group
The advisory group for our publication 'Your Body, Your Health - health made easy for trans men, trans masculine and non-binary people' is chaired by the Men's Health Forum's chair of trustees Dr John Chisholm. Its members are:
Dr Richard Curtis
Dr Richard Curtis is a GP based at Transhealth, the London Gender Clinic.
With a background in media, learning disabilities and mental health, Alex Kaye now works with safeT (Strength Awareness Freedom and Empowerment for Transgender people) providing information, contact, training and advocacy, with an emphasis on mental health and neuro-diversity. He is a member of the co production team for Collaborative Care (Long Term Health Conditions) and has received a Divisional Commanders Award from West Yorkshire Police for his work around hate crime. He is currently working on a film and arts project with Trans Youth.
Jay McNeil is a trainee Clinical Psychologist at Lancaster University and coordinator of TransBareAll which supports transgender individuals around body image, sexual health, negotiating intimacy and self-esteem.
Bernard and Terry Reed
Bernard and Terry Reed, whose daughter is a trans person, set up the Gender Identity Research and Education Society (GIRES) in 1997 to improve the lives of trans and gender non-conforming people, including those who are non-binary and non-gender. They were both made OBEs in 2010.
Prof. Stephen Whittle
Founder and Co-ordinator of the FTM Network from 1989 to 2008 and Head of Legal Services for Press For Change from 1992 to 2015, Stephen Whittle is currently Professor of Equalities Law in the School of Law at Manchester Metropolitan University.
Aeden Wolton is the Co-Lead for Service Development at cliniQ, a London-based clinic providing sexual health and wellbeing services for trans people, their partners and friends.