Sabah is a reluctant activist on most things trans, brown and hairy. They co-founded Trans Pride Brighton in 2013 and in 2015 was celebrated as one of the most influential LGBT people in Britain. Sabah has built a presence across UK and Europe, speaking at events like TEDx Brixton, ILGA Europe and IDAHOT Brussels. Proud trans youth worker since 2014 and Joint Head of Youth Service at Gendered Intelligence since 2020, trustee for Inclusive Mosque Initiative, co-founder of Colours Youth Network supporting LGBTQ BPOC young people in UK and psychotherapist in training. Sabah is the winner of the Gay Times Future Fighters Honour 2021. Interests include fostering cats and talking to houseplants. Their latest publication 'Supporting Trans People of Colour: How To Make Your Practice Inclusive' is out now.
"Masculinity is a performance for me. My gender is a way to play. My expression gives me a stage to (re)centre myself, (re)define and (re)claim what masculinity means to me.” Sabah Choudrey
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