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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.
Justice with a Snap with Judge David Young welcomes Rodrigo Lehtinen and Ilona Turner, transgender advocatse who will discuss his transgender change and the challenges facing others who opt for this lifesyle change. Dr. Ken Wilcox , a psychologist, joins the panel to discuss the psychological implications.
Judge David will deliver the trending headlines in national and international politics and legal issues.
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IT MAY be one of the most emotionally charged issues the church will face in the next few years. Walt Heyer, author of A Transgender’s Faith, shares his story as a transgender who experienced the emotional abyss of realizing that surgery was not the answer to his problems.
February is supposed to be the month of love and romance. The year is 2015 and in January and February the lives of Trans Woman have not matter because 6 have already been killed. There is no national or local uproar for justice for the families, friends or the victims. There are no marches scheduled through social media with expecting crowds of 1000 or more expressing outrage. There are however organizations that are raising theirs voices and hoping you join them as this is a trend that MUST STOP NOW. Joining co-host Ina, Michelle and Terry Wednesday night, February 25th will be Monica Roberts, aka the TransGriot, is a native Houstonian and a trailblazing award winning trans community leader. She has lobbied since 1998 for trans human rights protections at the federal, state and local levels in Kentucky and Texas. January 2006 she founded the award winning blog TransGriot. We will talk about why the deaths of 6 transgender women have had little mainstream media attention, no community leadership out cry, nothing. New Orleans LGBT youth of color activist group, The BreakOUT stated in the Feb 10th news story, "The silence and lack of action from media on behalf of the Black transgender community sends a strong message that Black Trans Lives, in fact, do not matter." At last count 5 black transgender women and 1 Latina transgender woman have lost their lives. Where are the black and latina leaders that scream when a black or latina man or woman are killed for no reason? When does a human life not matter and who determines that?
Transgender Activist and Lawyer Kylar Broadus discusses transgender equlaity in 2014 and equality for transgenders in 2015. Kylar Broadus made history by becoming the first openly transgender person to testify before the U.S. Senate. Broadus was speaking on behalf of Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), which would prohibit employment discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity.Kylar W. Broadus is a professor, attorney, activist and public speaker from Missouri. He is an associate professor of business law at Lincoln University of Missouri, a historically black college where he previously served as chair of the business department. Kylar has maintained a general practice of law in Columbia, Missouri since 1997.
He currently serves on the board of the National Black Justice Coalition and was board chair from 2007 to 2010. In 2011, Kylar was awarded the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force’s Sue J. Hyde Award for Longevity in the Movement and the Pioneer Award at the Transfaith of Color Conference presented by the Freedom Center of Social Justice. He was featured in BlackEnterprise.com and previously in Diversity, Inc. In 2010, Kylar founded Trans People of Color Coalition (TPOCC), the only national civil rights organization dedicated to the needs of Trans People of Color.
Yesterday's comments on the Michelle Kosilek case covered the basics. Today, the guest is Jennifer Levi, director of the Transgender Rights Project of Gay & esbian Advopcaes & Defenders. She was incredulous about the majority decision denying reassignment surgery.
We'll cover the implications not only for Kosilek but also for current or future incarcerated transgender inmates in Massachusetts. Levi may also give us some perspective on the next action, as in whether the case might move to the Supreme Court.
In the wake of Leelah Alcorn's suicide, I decided to do a show on Transgeneder. Leeleah(Josh) Alcorn felt like a "girl trapped in a boy's body
Wikipedia's definintion of -Transgender is the state of one's gender identity or gender expression not matching one's assigned sex. Transgender is independent of sexual orientation;
We are happy to have Ryan James on our show and he will share his journey with us.
Life's Issues with Lloyd Rosen with his guest Theresa Santmann & Judy Flickinger:
Theresa Santmann’s story begins in 1976 when her husband was diagnosed with ALS. With two young children and mounting bills, Santmann needed to make a drastic change. She found a four-apartment rental property in Babylon, New York and turned it into an adult home where her husband, Jack, became her first patient. Santmann returned to school for nursing and began a new career that changed the lives of everyone around her. Her resourcefulness led her to becoming first woman in New York State to obtain an FHA-backed loan to build a 160-bed nursing home, with only a woman's name on the application. She operated one of the most successful nursing homes on Long Island, invented and patented a unique walker, became an airplane pilot, and so much more.
Judy Flickinger was a hospice nurse for the last twelve years of her forty two-year professional life as a registered nurse. During this time she recognized that a healthy spirit (who we are as a person) could make the difference between a miserable death and a positive, meaningful end-of-life experience for both the patients and their loved ones. Judy wrote "Spirit Matters: How to Remain Fully Alive with a Life-Limiting Illness", published by Tate Publishing & Enterprises, to pass on what she learned. This information is vitally important to persons faced with a life-limiting illness and everyone else, as well. In 2010 Judy received Central Florida’s “Woman of Hope” award for her book and her work with hospice.
in Real Estate
Today on "It's My House" we shall discuss how to turn issues into opportunity. Often times when we are confronted by (what appear) to be problems...........they are in reality opportunties. They are special made opportunities custom made for us on an individual level, however this opportunities can empower us to help others was well, once we learn and master what we need to achieve.
When you have a problem keep in mind the following:
You are in the middle of an opportunity.
A miracle is in the making.
You are becoming empowered.
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Carol the Coach interviews Ryan Sallans who transitioned from female to male in 2005. Ryan has made it his mission to help others understand why someone would need to undergo all the emotional, physical and spiritual changes to be authentic. He also talks about the shame and guilt he felt during his childhood, youth, and young adulthood until he was able to actualize his life.
A small percentage of sex addicts have a desire to act out with transgendered prostitutes and I wanted to give "being transgendered" a face and a voice so that sex addicts would be able to look at their preferences in a different way.
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Life's Issues with Lloyd Rosen and his guest Belinda Farrell & Mike Ferry:
Belinda Farrell, author of the book Find Your Friggin’ Joy, graduated with a BA in Spanish and English from the University of California at Berkeley and is trained in hypnotherapy, past life regression, NLP, Hawaiian chanting, and ancient Hawaiian healing (Huna). Belinda trained with Anthony Robbins (author of Unlimited Power) and has effectively used these skills in her own life. She has completed 18 firewalks. When Belinda was forty-eight, she collapsed with herniated discs and spinal nerve damage. Threatened with paralysis by her medical doctors if she didn’t have surgery, Belinda instead chose to apply the ancient Hawaiian healing practices she had been learning the previous three years, which are covered in this book. Her back completely healed, including childhood scoliosis.
Mike Ferry - wrote a book showing how we can help kids develop habits for happiness and success in life. I'm sharing the message with anyone who cares about kids and their long-term well-being. Happiness leads to success, and we can become happier people if we develop certain habits. We can teach our kids these habits. Also, it is possible to become more creative over time. This is great news, because our kids will need to create a safer, more prosperous, and more sustainable future.