A transgender man from West Yorkshire is calling for more support for lesbian, gay and bisexual and transgender people who live in rural areas.
Jo-James Booth was born a woman, and says he felt isolated while he was transitioning. Now he's trying to build a support network so others don't feel so alone. This is his story.
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James now works with other young people to build a support network. One of the people he chats with is 28-year-old Fay-Louise Purdham, who was born male.
James hopes that people transitioning in rural parts of the region will be able to reach out through his network and talk through their experiences. He says it would 'mean the world' to him to help people to get the support they need.