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Trans Pride 2022, in photos

A trans pride flag has an image of a crocodile above the words "fuck around and find out"

Image: Wong Hat Him.

Trans Pride returned on Saturday for the seventh year.

Bristol’s streets were filled with pink, white and blue as trans pride flags were flown and messages of support, solidarity and defiance shared by the LGBTQ+ community and its allies.

Organised by Trans Pride South West, the day began on College Green where members of Bristol’s Green group of councillors spoke, as they have in previous years.

The crowd then marched through the city centre, ending in Broadmead.

Read more: Trans Pride 2021

Images: Wong Yat Him @fw.photohk

Placards at the march tell of the issues facing trans people, as well as the love and hopefulness of the movement.
Conversion therapy refers to practises that attempt to “cure” trans people. It can include talking therapy, but also medication and even ritual beatings.
Demonstrators march down Union Street in Broadmead to their final destination outside Primark. Image: Wong Yat Him.
Saturday began on College Green before the crowd marched through the city.
FFLAG, Friends and Families of Lesbians and Gays, is a charity for family and friends of LGBTQ+ people.
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