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 2018-09-20  3m

We Can't Be Erased

It's been a tough week of news, and we asked our trans and gender non-conforming listeners: What do you want cisgender people to know? If you, or someone you know, are looking for resources (or for organizations to donate to), consider these ones: — Tran


 2018-10-26  n/a

episode 1: Perfect Son

Jason Kim didn’t talk to his dad very much. But all that changed three years ago, when he got a call that upended their entire relationship. — Jason Kim is a screenwriter, playwright, and librettist. He's written for shows like "Barry" and "Girls" on HBO


 2018-09-24  38m

episode 2: Closest I Get

Kathy always thought her favorite singer-songwriter was working through something in her songs. It turns out she was. — Katie Herzig is a Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter based in Nashville. Her latest albums are Moment of Bliss and the Delicate EP. —


 2018-10-01  26m

episode 3: Where We Were Then, Where We Are Now

The 20 years since Matthew Shepard's death have been transformative for his mother, Judy. Plus: we talk to Samira Wiley, who appeared in an anniversary production of The Laramie Project. From Laramie: A Legacy, a reading of The Laramie Project (Daniel Ra


 2018-10-08  28m

episode 4: You've Been Meaning To Tell Us

You've all had a lot you've been meaning to say. Plus, a favorite story from the Nancy archives. If you want to join our "I've Been Meaning To Tell You..." Project, head to — Peter Bresnan is a radio producer in New York. Episode s


 2018-10-15  32m

episode 5: The First Queer Woman in Congress

Note: As we were setting this episode to "publish," news came down about the Trump administration’s push to narrow the definition of gender and essentially erasing trans people. It’s fucked up. We are currently working on an episode about trans rights an


 2018-10-22  36m

episode 6: Definitely, Maybe

To win in Massachusetts, trans activists have adopted a counterintuitive strategy: leaning into the worst things their opponents say about them. — Dee Rogers (she/her) is a volunteer for the Yes on 3 campaign in Massachusetts. — Kasey Suffredini (he/him)


 2018-10-29  27m

episode 7: Emma Gonzalez Wants You to Vote

Midterm elections are coming up, and March For Our Lives activists Emma Gonzalez and Bria Smith traveled the country registering voters. — Emma Gonzalez is an activist and advocate with March For Our Lives. — Bria Smith is an activist and advocate with M


 2018-11-05  25m

episode 8: Jill Soloway's 'Transparent' Reckoning

Transparent creator Jill Soloway on the allegations against Jeffrey Tambor and what's next for the groundbreaking Amazon series. — Jill Soloway is the creator and executive producer of Transparent. Their new book is called She Wants It: Desire, Power, an


 2018-11-12  24m