Gender Connect In Brighton


Gender Connect is a safe space and social networking event that has been created for transgender and non-binary individuals, who are autistic, have mental health conditions, and/or a learning disability (neurodiversity). This is an event that is exclusively for transgender or non-binary individuals, or those exploring their gender identity.

These events offer individuals the chance to connect with likeminded people, discuss and share stories, establish friendships, advocate in each other, and socialise in a safe space. The events are hosted at Le Village in Kemptown, Brighton – the heart of transgender and non-binary community.

We would like to take this opportunity to invite anyone you feel would benefit from this event. We believe this is a super exciting opportunity for these service users, and it will really help to enable, empower and contribute to living fulfilled lives. These events will occur once a month and will run on the last Monday of every month.

Gender connect from Empowered Living


Gender Connect has been created by Sussex Empowered Living to support and enable people who are neuro and gender diverse with issues of social integration. Sussex Empowered Living provide supported living services for individuals who are autistic, have mental health conditions, and/or a learning disability and specialise in supporting people who identify as transgender or non-binary. Common issues for the people we support include safety, housing, understanding their rights and how these intersect with the individual’s disability.

Sussex Empowered Living have a social change goal –

To create awareness of the issues surrounding social integration and the accessibility of medical services and procedures, for individuals who are neurodiverse, who are also transgender or non-binary. 

And are keen to keen to work with anyone that shares this goal.

For any more information on these events, to register your interest, or collaborate with us on our social change goal please contact Ruben –


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