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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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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.
in Self Help
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.
My Guest Tonight On The Literary Corner is none other than TRANSGENDER Author Toni Newman of I RISE-THE TRANSFORMATION OF TONI NEWMAN A MEMOIR. This will be a very memorable show, Don’t Miss It. I Rise – The Transformation of Toni Newman, the first memoir written in America by a member of the African American transgender community. It is gut-wrenchingly honest, factually supported, and well written.
During this journey Ms. Newman tended to the fetish fantasies of Hollywood’s A-list, I Rise has been turned into Feature film: Heart of a Woman with a stellar cast. Co-Screenwriter/Producer TONI NEWMAN is a 1985 graduate of Wake Forest University with a degree in sociology. Toni Newman has been a trans-activist for a number of years.
I’m extremely excited about this interview and I look forward to delving into the life of Ms. Toni Newman, who by the way met and conversed with Ms. Maya Angelou, who was the inspiration for the title of her Memoir. Tune in on Saturday December 27, 2014 from 9-11 PM EST. Call in 347-884-8924 Press 1 to speak with the guest or the host or listen from your computer @http://tobtr.com/s/7217651
Are "strange," "Immoral," and "unfamiliar" feelings enough to block medical care for a prison inmate? Well, yes, in Massachusetts, to a five-judge federal court of appeals panel. They ruled en banc by 3 to 2 to overturn first a trial judgment and then a 3-judge panel of appeals justices that mandates sexual reassignment surgery for an inmate serving a life term.
Michelle Kosilek had fought for her surgery for a decade, winning before Judge Mark Wolf and then the panel. The Commonwealth persisted and finally had its way on Tuesday.
This becomes a de facto prohibition on such surgery here. Kosilek has long had hormone and other treatments, all short of the surgery. She won on Eighth Amendment grounds — cruel and unusual punishment for denial of necessary medical treatment. The Commonwealth edged out its win on what a dissenting judge called lies, ignoring the facts, rejecting case law, and making up law on the fly.
I'll talk the implications and how sadly the federal court here looks like the reactionary majority of the SCO)TUS.
Life's Issues with Lloyd Rosen with his guests Josh Gressel & James Goi Jr.:
Josh Gressel is a clinical psychologist with over 27 years' experience in private practice in the San Francisco Bay area. He is a student of Jewish mysticism and seeks to integrate the psychological and the spiritual in his work with clients.
James Goi Jr. is the internationally-published author of How to Attract Money Using Mind Power. His book is a serious work in which he quotes 160 other books. The U.S. edition is available worldwide through Ingram Book Company and foreign editions have been published by publishers in India, Lebanon, Italy and Mexico and are available in many other countries. James has been a life-long student and teacher of Truth and has written and lectured on metaphysics and spirituality with an emphasis on manifesting abundance. He continues to write and has now written several more books which he will publish soon through his new "JGJ Press" publishing imprint.
Chief Dennis Rubin is a rescue consultant, writer and teacher. In this series, he and his guests address the latest hot button issues in the fire service.
Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) is an annual observance on November 20 that honors the memory of those whose lives were lost in acts of anti-transgender violence. TDOR was started by transgender advocate Gwendolyn Ann Smith as a vigil to honor the memory of Rita Hester, a transgender woman who was killed in 1998. The vigil commemorated all the transgender people lost to violence that year and began an important memorial that has become the annual Transgender Day of Remembrance. This year over 200 names will be read at TDOR services across the country. Joining CAN WE TALK FRO REAL co-hosts Ina, Michelle and Terry Boi will be Transgender activists Monica Roberts (The Trans Grio) and Michelle Fox-Phillips (Gender Identity Network Alliance).They will talk about commemorative ceremonies and the continued fight for a fully inclusive ENDA (Employment Non Discrimination Act) nationally and the fight at the state level in Michigan for its transgender community.
So join us Wednesday night, November 19, 2014 as we honor our Transgender Community on CAN WE TALK FOR REAL.
Show starts at 10:30est/9:30cst. Call 347-215-8985 and Press 1 to speak.
Life's Issues with Lloyd Rosen with his guests Bernadette Dickinson & Lynette Goode:
Located in the beautiful Four Corners area, just outside Durango, Colorado, Bernadette is a well known and admired Psychic, Life and Relationship Coach, Spiritual Teacher, Personal Development Coach and Advisor, Speaker, Intuitive, Healer. She has trained, shown and rehabilitated Race Horses, Hunter/Jumpers and abused horses since 1986. She was a Marketing/Sales Professional for 20 yrs. As a Professional Psychic and Life Coach for over 14 years, she has a proven track record.
Lynette Ruffin Goode lives in Richmond, Virginia with her husband and daughter. She is a Motivational Speaker the Founder and CEO of a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization called DEON Intervention Incorporated, which stands for Drugs, Education, Obesity and Nutrition. She has several degrees, which include a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, an Associate's Degree in Human Services and a Substance Abuse certification.