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Baddha Konasana (Cobbler’s pose), photographed at Hove Lagoon with Trans Can Sport.

About Josetta

Josetta is a Brighton-based equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) trainer, consultant and doctoral researcher, with a background in mental health support, yoga, mindfulness and wellbeing.

After thirty years supporting vulnerable and marginalised people in various grassroots communities, charities and public sector roles, they now deliver training and research on antiracism, LGBTQ+, trans, non-binary and intersex (TNBI), disabled people and neurodiversity. As a Black, queer, non-binary, person with autism and ADHD, Josetta finds being part of and working for marginalised groups to be an endless source of happiness, inspiration and motivation.

They love their friends, yoga, mindfulness and tai chi meditation practices and ethical living, and are currently researching a PhD at University of Aberdeen on Equity Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) in Mindfulness: An Intersectional and Decolonising Approach.


friends, love, nature, sunshine, yoga, meditation, tai chi, books and words, learning stuff, intersectional podcasts, vegan living, auDHDness, infodumping, compassion, social justice, big strong squeezy cuddles, sex, real conversations, music, my work and research.

Trans Joy is the pure and intense happiness, pride and peace of being myself and part of the beautiful, powerful and inspirational Trans community.

Tittibhasana (Firefly pose), photographed at Hove Lagoon with Trans Can Sport.

In a world that often struggles to fully embrace diversity and inclusion, ‘Beyond the Binary – The Spectrum Of Trans Joy’ is a project dedicated to fostering social cohesion and visibility for the trans and intersex community. This fresh initiative from the award-winning queer photographer Chris Jepson seeks to empower and celebrate the trans+ community by showcasing authentic joy through a captivating series of individual and group portraits.