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13 year old transgender girl Dw Wiona Trantham will be talking with us about her experiences with discrimination in her Jr. High School when having access to the bathroom
Transgender men and women of color are part of our collective narrative as a people. They are here and have a story to tell. Their stories are just like the rest of ours…filled with moments of love, hate, triumph, defeat, joy, struggle, peace and doubt. We fear what we don’t understand and we don’t understand by choice. Katrina Goodlett, host of the Kitty Bella Show and co-founder of the Trans Women of Color Collective (TWOCC) is our guest. She will enlighten us on some of the realities of the transgender community. Join us for the discussion and DON’T BITE YOUR TONGUE!!! Call in at 646-716-5470.
Transgender kids is a subject I am completely new to. Since the interview with Bruce Jenner where he "came out" this subject has come front and center.
Baltimore Maryland has gone through some tragic events. The riots and the constant coverage of them along with the handling of the events is being watched by the world. Will this city ever recover?
Transgender awareness is in the news this week with Bruce Jenner's announcement that he is transitioning from male to female.
Tonight on Rated G Radio, "Trucker Patti" (Patti Spangler) returns to Rated G Radio to talk about transgender issues and why this is such an important conversation in the LGBT community.
Call in 323 657-1493 to ask a question or chime in!
Reat Patti's article in the Huffington Post on the recent Bruce Jenner interview on ABC.
Tune in this Monday for episode 2 of Everything Transgender Related as I speak with Mix Martial Arts Female Fighter Fallon Fox. The main topic will be the 2015 trans100. We will talk, laugh and possibly cry. You will not want to miss this special show. This show might go over an hour, so I set it for 90 minutes, however we will probably end sooner.
The King of DC Media (KODCM), William Powell, welcomes Producer and Director Shelbe Chang. Chang is a transgender actress, model, filmmaker and activist who wrote and directed the indie film LGBT Love Stories.
Shelbe Chang was born in Taipei, Taiwan and came to USA when she was 12. She was raised in Orange County, California. Growing up, Shelbe had a dream to be in the entertainment industry as an actor, director and screen writer. Therefore, she chose to major in Communication Arts - Film/TV & Photography in college.
During her college years, she did some background and extra work just for fun and gained some experience. She also auditioned for TVB Hong Kong New Talent Singing Contest in 1994. After college, she worked at a Chinese TV Network company as an editor about 2 years and then she pretty much left the entertainment business.
Until 2012, Shelbe started out modeling/acting and heavily involved with the transgender community. In 2013, she expanded her talent as a contributing writer for Transformation Magazine, creating content for Cinegeoff's blog and started her own independent production company called, Transflix. In 2014, she began her film making career by writing, producing, directing and acting in her first feature indie film called LGBT Love Stories.
Today's show is being Co-hosted with Jennifer Lopez and Fallon Fox. We are going to talk about the new Indiana anti-LGBT Law, religion within the community and so much more. Several surprise guests will be joining in with us. As always we will bring you the transgender news and update you with what is going on in the national transgender community.
Everything Transgender in New York City is going to air their first LIVE talk radio episode this Monday March 12, 2015. The show is named Everything Transgender Related and will be streamed live from Central Harlem in New York City. The main topic for the 1st episode will be about the transgender teenager, Islan Nettles that was murdered in Harlem almost two years ago. We will have special guest Sean Coleman? who is the founder of Destination Tomorrow. Sean Coleman will speak with us about Islan Nettles and how the community is moving forward. We will also talk with him about his organization in the Bronx.
Future episodes will feature such people as trans activist Brynn Tannehill?, trans political activist Melissa Sklarz?, Founder of Trans Latina's Cristina Herrera? and many more to come. Be sure to listen every Monday at 3PM, as we broadcast live.
Can not listen to the live episodes? Don't worry they will be archived and available for download.
Alana Sholar and Bobbie Thompson are a married couple who live in central Kentucky. What is unique about this couple is that Alana is a male-to-female transwoman and Bobbie is a biologically gendered woman.
Alana, born as Alan in 1961, a time and place where the word transgender was not known, lived and worked on Kentucky thoroughbred horse farms and trained to be a jockey. He also worked various blue collar jobs such as construction, trucking and factory work.
Alana believed the most difficult task to ever face in life would be telling family and friends she is transgender, but it wasn't. Within months of coming out as transgender she had to tell them that she had been diagnosed as HIV positive.
Bobbie knew Alan for approximately 25 years and the even shared a traditional male/female relationship in the mid-1990's. Nearly a decade passed when Bobbie saw Alan again in 2006, only this time Alan (he) had become Alana (she). Freaked out, Bobbie told Alana she didn't want to have anything to do with her. Two years later they were married.
Alana is the author of Hung in the Middle: A Journey of Gender Discovery, and Bobbie tells her side of the story in her memoir My Husband Looks Better in Lingerie Than I Do...Damn It.
Today they still live in the same same Kentucky town where Sholar grew up as a male. They have a blended family of three children, four grandchildren, and two dogs.
To learn more about their books, please visit http://www.hunginthemiddle.com and http://www.my husbandlooksbetter.com
Love is peculiar.
We never know how and when love will find us.
One thing we can be certain of, is the experience of loving the one who is just right for you.
But what happens when you find out the love of your life isn't really who you thought they were?
Tonight we will be discussing "Marrying a Transgender."
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