Resources

These resources are produced or co-produced by me, and are published for your use!

Please check the individual licence information with each resource before you change or adapt these or use them commercially, but they are all suitable for sharing and using within your work non-commercially!

Making Your Activism Accessible

Making Your Activism Accessible is my ongoing project to produce resources for activists, campaigners and community organisers to help them make their venues, ethos and practice more accessible, both specifically for disabled people and more generally.

Several printed copies of Making Your Activism Accessible arranged in a fan layout.

The resources focus on many different areas of accessibility, from physical access to geographic isolation, to the atmosphere of welcoming that community spaces have.

I am also creating some mini-booklets on various accessibility topics like gender neutral toilets, accessibility information etc.

This project is funded by my supporters on Patreon. Patrons get early access, input into the resources, and accreditation on online & printed resources!

To check out and download this resource, visit the main project page.

Education Guidelines for Supporting Trans Youth (Northern Ireland)

I’ve co-written guidance for schools, colleges and universities as well as youth workers supporting trans, non-binary and questioning young people in their practice. The guide is specific to Northern Ireland’s law, education system and services.

It was written in 2016 and version 2 is set to be released in 2018.

You can download the PDF or request a paper copy here.

Trans Sexual Health Guide

In 2017 I co-wrote a guide for trans people on sexual health matters; everything they don’t teach you in school. It covers a multitude of different topics and issues relating to trans people’s sexual health, and is both useful for the community and for healthcare professionals.

You can download the resource here.

Bad Parking Flyers

A parking flyer discouraging parking on dropped kerbs and junctions

If you use a mobility aid or a service dog, you may well find your way is regularly blocked by inconsiderate drivers parking their cars on every dropped kerb possible! When I was very ill in 2017 and using a powerchair daily, I found flyers useful for stopping repeat offenders.

Laws and regulations governing parking may vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, but it’s as difficult for disabled people, parents and other pedestrians regardless!

You can download these flyers as a PDF or as an editable Word document.

So You’re Coming Out As Trans
Posters

I get asked all the time how you can design posters to advertise your local trans community groups or support locations. After being asked 9,000 times, I decided it was probably best to just give some out!

Here are two designs you’re welcome to use for your local organisations or activism! They are available as a version specific to Belfast, Northern Ireland and one which is globally suitable.

Are you in or around Belfast? I have a pile of these in hard copy A3 posters if you’d like! Get in touch.

If you would like to use this commercially, or if you would like an adapted version, the source files to translate, or anything else, please get in touch!

These posters are released under a Creative Commons BY-NC-SA v4.0 licence. Top graphic by Luis Prado.