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Transgender Health Seminar: Trans-feminine Surgeries

The University of Utah Health Transgender Health Program invites you to a free seminar, “Transgender Health Seminar: Trans-feminine Surgeries”, to learn how their gender-affirming expert surgeons and physical therapist – James Hotaling, Jeremy Myers, Dana Johns and Kathryn Woolf can help you through your body affirming journey. The seminar will take place at the Utah Pride Center, Jan. 16, 6-8 p.m., 1380 S. Main St. Please RSVP at the link uofuhealth.org/seminartransgenderhealth

Families; It’s All Relative. A photographic documentary exhibit

Join Art Access for an opening gala, on Jan. 17, 6-9 p.m., of a photographic portrait project 12 years in the making. The exhibit is created by Marva Match, Dan Fandrich and Lynda Lee, and documents life transitions of families who identify with, or are supportive of, the LGBTQ+ communities in Utah. Each set of portraits represents a family originally photographed in 2007 and again in 2019.

Seeking to connect the personal with the political and give voice to diverse family groups, the project began with a group of 25 families who were photographed and interviewed about their lives. Some of the families were contacted in 2019 and re-photographed and interviewed again about their life transitions which are both unique and shared.

This is a unique experience, so go view the exhibit, enjoy light snacks, take home a tiny portrait of your own family and engage in lively conversation. The exhibit continues through Feb. 13, 2020 at Art Access Gallery, 230 S. 500 West.

Third Friday Bingo

The [Mattresses] of Mayhem are collecting non-perishable snacks to include in the Lunches of Love program for homeless youth, such as granola bars, pudding cups, chips, fruit cups, etc. Please bring these items to January’s Third Friday Bingo, Jan 17, 7-9 p.m., at the First Baptist Church, 777 S. 1300 East, and they will give you a free additional bingo card with your paid entry.

Regular Admission:
$6 for one card – OR – 2 for $10
Party Foul Insurance – $5
Flamingo Hat of Shame – $5
Drag-in-a-Bag – $50.00
(for a contribution of $50 we will give the person of your choosing a drag makeover during intermission)

Kitchen concessions available for purchase: hot dogs, soft pretzels, nachos, soft drinks and candy bars. This is event is family friendly, kids are welcome and encouraged. This is an alcohol free event

Adolescent Transgender Health

The Adolescent Medicine Clinic offering Gender Management and Support Services (GeMS) will be presenting to parents and youth on the topic Adolescent Transgender Health. This event is hosted by the University of Utah Transgender Health Program and the Utah Pride Center, Jan. 26, 1-3 p.m., at UPC, 1380 S. Main St.

Hear about what the Adolescent Medicine Clinic offers, meet some of the providers, and learn about how our team works with your youth through their transition journey.

Dr. Nikki Mihalopolous and Dr. Adam Dell are happy to answer both parent and youth questions. They will have one provider presenting to parents while simultaneously in another room the other provider will be presenting to the youth.

If you are interested in participating on a youth or parent panel please contact them at [email protected] or message them with any questions.

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