The Pride Center and Stanford LGBTQ+ Health Program ( co-host Trans Talks, a free, monthly workshop series that centers the health and wellness of our Transgender and Non-Binary community members.  All are welcome to attend. Community members are invited to ask questions on their health and wellness. Every month, a different professional from Stanford's LGBTQ+ Health Program will share information, lead a discussion and answer your questions.

April's topic will focus on Cervical Cancer Screening in Transmasculine and Gender Non-Conforming (GNC) Individuals with Ruchita Pendse (she/her) and will take place on April 15 on Zoom from 6:30-7:30 PM PST.

This presentation will summarize existing data on cervical cancer screening among individuals who are Transmasculine or GNC, review barriers to accessing this care, and explore possible avenues for improving rates of providing this essential service to TM or GNC patients.

This is a free workshop open to all community members. Registration is required, please use this link to register:

CW: Discussion of cancer and medical screenings

ACCESSIBILITY INFO: Live captioning in English will be utilized for this event

Community members who are interested in attending are invited to submit questions through the registration form.  If you are unable to attend this workshop, a recording will be made available following the event.

To access recordings of previous Trans Talks, please use this link:

If you have questions or need support, please contact


  • Occurred Thursday, April 15th, 2021 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm


San Mateo County Pride Center

1021 S El Camino Real
San Mateo, CA 94402


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