LGBT History Month – talk by Jessica Lynn
  • Jill Craigie Lecture Theatre, Roland Levinsky Building, University of Plymouth

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In recent years, Kinsey Institute Global Ambassador, Jessica Lynn, has gained worldwide acclaim for her activism on behalf of the transgender community. 

Her experience, exuberance, and extraordinary life produce a presentation that has put her on over 700 stages in 22 different countries. After a prejudiced Texas judge stripped her of all parental rights to her youngest son, Ms. Lynn dedicated her life to combating the intolerance and ignorance of the public toward peoples who share her plight. Addressing audiences unabashedly and answering any-and-all questions has earned Ms. Lynn worldwide renown, the prestige of a Stonewall School Role Model, and a position advising the medical community by request of the National Health Service England.

The University of Plymouth is delighted to host Jessica for a seminar and Q&A session as part of our events for LGBT History Month. This is a free event open to everyone so registration is essential to reserve your place.

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