David doesn’t believe in labels. He is attracted to women. For him “women” also includes transgender women. That’s why these days he exclusively romantically dates them. He has a lot of good reasons why. In this episode he shares those reasons, his personal stories and wisdom gained from his out loud life living as a transamorous man.
Sarah McBride is the first transperson to ever speak at a National political convention. She also has the distinction of being our first celebrity on the show. But what really makes Sarah fascinating is her personal stories, particularly around love, her brief relationship with her husband and her unique position as an advocate for the trans community. This is our best interview yet. Enjoy!
We have a great time talking about this video (https://youtu.be/rl7RLbt_OOE) where dads of transgender children gush about their support of their kids. Awww. Can it get any better?
We look at a training video from the US Department of Justice meant to educate law enforcement on the transgender community so they can become sensitive to our issues. Good idea, but will it work?
Our latest guest, Kelly, is a Roller Derby Girl, a phlebotomist, spent a crazy amount of time in Alaska before moving to Las Vegas and had the perfect marriage with her wife Mary before….well, you’ll just have to watch the show.
Mark Ruffalo and Matt Bomer both got into trouble over the last two weeks for perpetuating the modern version of blacksploitation, only this time on the Trans community. By not casting a real trans person to play the leading role in their new movie, they pissed off the transcommunity. Michelle Rodriguez is being trashed for her leading role in a ridiculous film about at man who unwillingly gets tits and a vagina. No, this isn’t gender confirmation surgery. Not in the least.
In this episode, we dis the The Pope as he expresses his ignorance (you deserve it Your Holiness), a Rabbi straightens The Pope’s ass out, then we talk about how to read the news. Cause you all need to learn.
Micah has no shame loving transwomen nor should he. He is out and happy. Just like you can be men. In this episode, we introduce our first transamorous male guest and talk about what it’s like being transamorous, what differentiates the transamorous male from the tranny chaser, and why society should just get over its judgement of a real and precious love.
Like many transwomen, Abby believes in unicorns. You know, that rare, fantasy of a man who is attracted to you not as a sex object, but for who you are. Do you believe men like this are impossible to find or don’t exist at all?
In this episode, we call bull shit on all that. There are tons of men out there who are wanting to be with you. So how do you find them? We talk with Abby about that and more.
Yeah. Someone has to say it. In this episode, we dis the The Pope as he expresses his ignorance (you deserve it Your Holiness), a Rabbi straightens The Pope’s ass out, then we talk about how to read the news. Cause you all need to learn.
Transpeople have to be mentally ill. Why would someone want to get involved in elections? In this episode, we explore two recent news events transpeople should pay attention to. Together (and separately), they indicate tremendous progress for our community. Check it out!
Devin and her sister live out of their car….by choice. Their Roma ancestry runs high in their blood, making them quite at home in situations that will give most people the heebeegeebees. An episode from our early days while we’re out camping, traveling and otherwise fucking off. Enjoy.
We go deep this issue on what it’s like to be a Transamorous Man. Is their fear real? Can they lose their job? Friends? Family? What about the embarrassment and shame that comes with being seen with a Transwoman? Then we switch gears with a new perspective on current events (not Orlando), and end this episode with Remy doing an impromptu psychic reading for Shannon.
In this episode we explain why focusing on violence in the transcommunity is the least effective way of eliminating violence in the transcommunity. Plain and simple. Thanks to Sunny’s People for the opportunity to weigh in on her editorial content!
Here’s the link to the video we promised: https://youtu.be/LgQQLqAeERM
Wow. Another great episode. Jessica joins us sharing her life story, a story full of tragedy, including the suicide of her friend Aaron. But like all great human beings, Jessica has channeled those tragedies into something amazing: her life. We’re all in tears at the end. We name this episode in honor of Aaron and the contribution his life has had and will have on into eternity.
What makes Jaycee so freaking awesome? We think we know. So will you when you listen to our funny romp across her daily life, her recent romantic experiences, what she wants to be when she grows up and how the powers that be are helping make that happen. It gets real in this episode as the sordid details come-a-flying
Remy and Shannon pump Perry up and we talk about approaching transwomen, attraction, confidence and not giving a fuck about what other people think.
We talk about the feds weighing in on the Bathroom Bullshit, Oregon leading the way on trans issues (we love our state) and, of course, how you create your reality.
You’re going to have to increase your volume for this episode. We got new equipment in the studio this weekend and I didn’t really figure it out. So the sound is kind a low.
Anne Marie is awesome. That’s all we can say about this week’s episode.
Sylvia joins Remy, Shannon and Perry bringing an energy of love and openness that makes the co-hosts feel like she’s part of the family. Making matters even more bizarre, Sylvia is joining us from Portland….Maine. It’s an uncanny episode where we wax eloquently, drinking in the Kumbaya Kool-Aid.
We loved Christie’s passion and energy for the trans community. There was a lot to explore: how men treat transwomen, why they do that, and what for. Christie thinks we may be on to something. We do to!
We had fun visiting with Yuri. She obviously is creating a reality in love and romance that matches her desires. We’ll have her back for another show. It was so fun having her!
We had fun making this episode. Listen to how we chose our theme song.
Our first episode where we introduce tour them, our hosts and get this whole show going.