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We said last year that winner, Hannah, was working towards having a family with her husband Jake - and in April they announced the arrival of their daughter Millie. A trans woman, a former British Army officer and now an MBE, Cardiff-born Hannah is a inspirational, and she and husband Jake are proud spokespeople on trans rights. She is decorated, having deployed to Afghanistan, Kenya and Canada. She now works for a major financial institution combating fraud.
The couple recently starred in their own prime time documentary 'Our Baby: A Modern Miracle' which was broadcast on Channel 4 this year. The programme brought much needed attention to the surrogacy progress in the UK and the challenges trans people face. A panellist at Stonewall's Roundtable in London, Shash is also a member of the Wales Equality Alliance, which was vital in the production of a Welsh Government statement released this year backing and supporting trans people in Wales.
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Shash was also one of the organisers behind the Cardiff and Valleys Trans and Non-Binary Mutual Aid Fund, which helps educate allies on where to donate and on what is happening to trans people. Though many will miss the annual round of discussions, parties and networking opportunities this year that the festival provides, the films will still be showcased and awarded. The Iris Prize has reached out to communities across Wales, working with Women's Institutes, schools and film makers across the country in recent years. And in Iris has secured a channel for its films on the new government-supported Welsh streaming platform, AM.
This follows the global critical and public success of his last series, Years and Years.
His Desert Island Discs in late was a classic in which he admitted that if he were allowed to make one journey it would be back in time to see his recently deceased partner Andrew again. Russell, who spent lockdown with his family in Swansea, says he is a gay writer, not just a writer, because he believes there is still so much unexplored creative territory in our lives. Laura's great loves are football and politics - and on both, she is a leading authority and a regular commentator. Laura is a former Wales international footballer and team captain, and also a dedicated Cardiff City fan.
She's a massive advocate for women's football and indeed, for all young people to get to play the beautiful game - whatever their gender. Laura works as a professor of public policy and the governance of Wales in Cardiff University's Wales Governance Centre. She's been a key supporter of reform of the National Assembly for Wales. Her expert panel called for 90 MSs and the more proportional STV electoral system, along with gender quotas. Laura's mantra is that difficult or delicate subjects shouldn't be "swept under the carpet" and that challenge and debate is in itself a good thing.
The first GP to specialise in Gender Identity Medicine in Wales, Sophie has dedicated herself to trans issues affecting the heart of the community. Developing training modules on transgender healthcare for Welsh doctors, Sophie now trains GPs across Wales to ensure trans patients are treated as equals.
In her spare time she organises online videos and book signings. An out-and-proud lesbian, Sophie is no stranger to activism, lending her voice when she is needed to do so. Gian took over the reins of Wales' biggest Pride in and continues to volunteer as a trustee. With the difficulties many faced this year in having to withdraw from live events, solidarity and sharing strategies has been more important than ever to keep Prides alive and communities engaged. Born in Colwyn Bay, Michelle now lives in the Wirral with her partner and continues to tirelessly work at making sport as accessible and inclusive as possible in Wales.
Not only this, but for more than 16 years Michelle has been the partnership manager at Disability Sports Wales. Her focus is on ensuring everybody is welcome to participate in sporting or physical activities, without any barriers. Michelle believes that no matter your gender, sexuality, race or ability, there is a safe and inclusive space in sport for you. Michelle is also a director of Football v Homophobia and continues to challenge discrimination in that sport. Michelle has supported numerous projects around Wales during her time in these roles and continues to offer support and guidance for people of all ages.
A former teacher, she was a founder member of a local Women's Aid organisation. She came out in The Independent in February , saying her sexuality had been known among friends, family and colleagues since the mids. Because far from protecting students from being exposed to harmful material Since retiring from sport Beth has also worked as a commentator, reporter and presenter for a range of broadcasters covering international football, Premier League, Championship and League Two football, international and PRO14 rugby, the Cardiff Half Marathon, international cricket, hockey, ice hockey, netball and the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
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In her own words: "It's time to rip up the rule book of gender norms and use sport as a vehicle to break down the barriers around femininity and sexuality. He secured commitments in First Minister Mark Drakeford's leadership manifesto supporting key issues such as reform of the Gender Recognition Act. In , with Chief Whip Jane Hutt, he co-authored a statement by the Welsh Government in support of trans equality in Wales, standing up against the Westminster Government's signalled intentions to reduce support for them.
Campaigning for comprehensive relationships and sex education in schools across the UK, he has regularly made public statements in support of it and against those who resist it. He has also highlighted the need to ban conversion therapy and this year hosted a meeting between young trans people, their parents and Parliamentarians to increase understanding of the need for reform of the Gender Recognition Act.
Working as a mental health outreach worker for Cardiff council, Vish has also facilitated and ensured the Glitter Cymru meet-ups have taken place each week throughout the Covid lockdown period. The meet-ups provide vital well-being support to the ethnic minority community members and give them a safe space to talk, to share their experiences and to make connections.
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The Wales rugby legend's bravery in breaking down the stigma around HIV has already had an immeasurable impact since he revealed his diagnosis last year. The former Wales and British and Irish Lions captain, 46, was the first UK sportsman to reveal he has the virus, and has worked to reverse the stigma and challenge stereotypes.
After becoming the first British rugby international to come out as gay in , the rugby icon and pundit widely known as 'Alfie' spoke openly about keeping the HIV diagnosis a secret for years, living in fear, feeling shame, experiencing suicidal thoughts, and fearing people treating him "like a leper because of a lack of knowledge". Like a lot of people, he said, he lived with the belief HIV was terminal - but has used his platform to raise awareness, change perception and educate people for a greater good. HIV is a scary subject," he said at the time.
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But the fear is something people learned in the s from the tombstone adverts on TV. In there is nothing to be afraid of. Less than 24 hours after his revelation, he completed Ironman Wales having been cheered on by his husband, parents and the large crowds which had gathered in Tenby.
The Duke of Sussex and Duke of Cambridge have been among those to offer their support, with Prince Harry describing Gareth as an "absolute legend" who's "saving lives and shattering stigma, by showing you can be strong and resilient while living with HIV". Subscriptions Sign Out. By Joseph Ali Community Reporter. What's On. Today we're proud to reveal the Pinc List - as chosen by you. David volunteers with Pride Cymru and is part of the volunteer welfare team.
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