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Image of a tree with sketch of character Rufus Stone layered on top Making history February 8, 2021 Announcements, CEO Blog, News, Outreach It's not often I sit down to watch a TV series, so infrequent that I find myself surprised by conventions… Read More
The Progress Pride flag on it and loops of elastic to go around ears. Progress Pride flag has chevrons in from left side: white, pink, blue, brown, black overlaid on horizontal stripes from top to bottom: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple LGBT+ History – the meaning behind the rainbow February 1, 2021 CEO Blog, News February 1st is a date that resonates for many people. The first day of spring, the end of the eternal… Read More
Wordcloud of the word "snow" in lots of languages The present, the past and your future January 25, 2021 CEO Blog I've lots of serious things to talk about today but I wouldn't be a denizen of these fair isles if… Read More
A blue Martin Luther King Jr badge hangs in the corner of the image. Beneath is an illustration of three hikers passing through a cold mountain range, they have a cat with them. At the bottom the title reads "CEO's blog. What makes you feel good?" What makes you feel good? January 18, 2021 CEO Blog Morning! A nice quiet news day, nothing special to report and so I thought I'd check in with my feelings… Read More
Andi delivering training to a room of people sat in comfortable chairs Chrysalis training – an introspection January 11, 2021 Blogs, CEO Blog, Training Morning all! I hope that you had a relaxing weekend for those for whom weekends are a thing and for… Read More
Chrysalis CEO blog. Welcome to 2021. Image of firework display Welcome to 2021 January 4, 2021 CEO Blog Welcome back and welcome to 2021, I hope that the new year so far has been kind to you, although… Read More
Glastonbury Tor, Glastonbury, Vereinigtes Königreich, Unplash Solstice and Yuletide Blessings December 21, 2020 CEO Blog Solstice blessings Today is the shortest day, we have survived the longest night. The days get longer, the sun gets… Read More
Andi facing the camera with progress pride face mask Making the right choices December 14, 2020 CEO Blog The question "How do you know?" the question that every trans person has been asked and asked of themselves over… Read More
Three photos of Andi - left Andi in medieval armour fighting a knight in plate harness; middle Andi crouched down in a dance move with three drag artists behind them and a man to their right in shorts Brighton seafront flats behind, Andi wearing progress pride facemask in head and shoulders portrait shot An introspective moment December 7, 2020 CEO Blog, Governance Callum's on holiday and we appear to be starting this second week of December with a bit of quiet. Ssssh!… Read More
Zoom slide with Andi and Joanne's faces on it, slide just rotating to next image, chat window open and participants down right hand side Why Gender Identity Matters in 2020 November 30, 2020 CEO Blog, Events, News Thank you to everyone who came to our conference on Friday, to all our speakers and to Joanne Lockwood and… Read More
Tabby kitten facing camera, next to monitor stand with some decorative stones and the Chrysalis phone number on a post it on it. Inclusion is for everyone November 23, 2020 CEO Blog, Conferences UK Disability History Month started on the 18th November so today I'd like to reflect a little on what I… Read More
Chrysalis logo (transgender symbol with trans flag colours and word "Chrysalis" in centre) on pink and blue background with "Fly the trans flag" in white underneath What it means to belong November 16, 2020 Campaigns, CEO Blog, Donations, Events This week is Trans Awareness Week, a week when trans people and their allies raise awareness of what it is… Read More
Screenshot of Andi with headphones on and trans flag in background presenting at the AGM. There is a cat asleep behind them Annual General Meeting – stats, facts and cats November 9, 2020 Achievements, CEO Blog, Governance Back on the 21st April 2018 Chrysalis began our own transition, building on the strong foundations of those who had… Read More
Cartoon style illustration of two people waving a transgender pride flag. Text reads "Allies are amazing. CEO's blog. Why Gender Identity Matters in 2020 Why gender identity matters in 2020 November 2, 2020 Announcements, Campaigns, CEO Blog, Conferences, Donations It's 2020 and the times they are indeed a changing, with Chrysalis leading the way. Today my blog draws together… Read More
Intersex Awareness Day October 26, 2020 CEO Blog Today’s blog is brought to you by the power of programming, the will of our Social Media Officer Callum, the… Read More
Thank you image of DJ Bookhouse at laptop with the club name: Intrusion above and £310 Raised below Music connects us all October 19, 2020 Announcements, CEO Blog, Outreach Are you human? That's what the website asked me as I signed in this morning and it's got me thinking.… Read More
Chrysalis logo (transgender symbol with trans flag colours and word "Chrysalis" in centre) on pink and blue background with "Fly the trans flag" in white underneath Fly the trans flag October 12, 2020 CEO Blog Today I changed the flag in my background and I hope to encourage you to do so too. This week… Read More
Josie on a bike smiling, holding trans flag (blue, pink and white stripes) and wearing rainbow trousers. Tree and grass in background Congratulations are in order October 5, 2020 CEO Blog, Volunteers Congratulations Josie, Chrysalis volunteer of the month. "Josie has been a constant volunteer throughout lockdown. Nothing was too much trouble… Read More
Thinking about Black History Month September 28, 2020 CEO Blog Morning all, it's a fine crisp Autumn day as we enter the final few months of 2020. I'm not writing… Read More
Bi-sexual flag "be proud and be visible" written over it Awareness, visibility and understanding September 21, 2020 Announcements, Blogs, CEO Blog, Events, Governance, News, Training, Vacancies Validity and Visibility It's #BiWeek2020, time to recognise and celebrate all the bisexual people out there with an international day… Read More
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