Bread, Roses & Hormones (BRH) is a campaign led by trans women and non-binary people in British Columbia’s Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island. Our guiding organizing principle is to bring trans people out of social isolation through political organization. Our goal is to develop BRH into an autonomous network of revolutionary anti-colonial and socialist trans liberationists, that is rooted in the everyday struggles of poor Indigenous and working class communities.
Currently we are working on identifying the political priorities of poor trans people and connecting them to BRH through our “Trans Power is Built in the Streets” survey and regular outreach. BRH meets weekly to discuss and strategize political activity and agitation in response to constant attacks on our siblings and communities.
Updates and Events
Bread, Roses & Hormones is launching our first ever Socialist Feminist Summer School this June! We will meet every two weeks online and in regional groups, starting Wednesday, June 2nd, 7:00pm. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to join.
Bread, Roses and Hormones aims to bring low-income trans people out of social isolation and into political organizing. We are fundraising $5,200 for 2021, so we can continue to connect with other low-income trans people in the fight for trans liberation!
This pamphlet was developed by Bread, Roses & Hormones, a campaign led by trans women and non-binary people. Misgendering is a fixation on trans people's bodies to control our genders and sexualities. It is a form of sexual harassment that must be fought on every front!
On July 2, 2019, the Montreal organization Taking What We Need issued a public statement after their Trans Amour event became the target of violent threats from a far-right online troll.
We call for the City of Vancouver to defund Vancouver Rape Relief, an organization that enacts violence against trans and two-spirit people.
Vancouver Rape Relief promotes trans antagonism and sex work prohibitionism, which puts trans women and sex workers at increased risk of violence.