Charlie Kiss is a trans man, born in London to a Colombian Mother and a British Father, both who were also raised in London. He has been involved in many political activities – living at the anti-nuclear women’s peace camp – Greenham Common in the early 1980s, to becoming heavily involved in party politics.
He was the first trans man to stand for Parliament in the UK, this was in 2015 for the Islington South & Finsbury Constituency
He worked in the printing industry for 15 years before moving to the public sector. He now works in housing for local government and is based in East London.
Top photo credit- Paul Mattsson
‘Get Out, Get Up, Get Even!’ Equal Rights for Lesbians and Gay Men’ > Marching for Equal Rights.
Above photo credit- Nick Figgis