The strict Catholicism in South Korea prevents many from accepting anything but the standard “male” and “female” roles. Following the suicide death of her transsexual son, Joanne Lee has accepted the differences in people and has become a spokesperson for acceptance. She, with others, have organized the 1st Annual Transforming Faith gathering, which strives to […]
On February 10 at the Central Library in downtown Madison, a group of activists, DJs, and dance-party organizers hosted a panel discussion called Access Denied. It centered around nightlife in Madison, and the Access in question was access for traditionally marginalized people: trans people, people with disabilities, people of color, people struggling with addiction, and […]
To Grindr or Not Grindr? Grindr, Scruff, Tinder, and other dating apps destroying relationships and self esteem. We brought in Jay Blevins of Awen Therapy to discuss the potential downsides of using hookup apps.
We had Dina Nina Martinez, local comic, in the studio talking with our host Elden Steele about her new web series, The Misadventures of Delilah James. “If Bridget Jones were put in a blender with Ally McBeal with an added pinch of gender dysphoria, you’d have The Misadventure of Delilah James. The career-oriented and driven […]
Why is the intersex community particularly hidden? Why does the medical profession treat their intermediate birth sex as a shameful “defect?” Today host Esty Dinur spoke with Dr. Michelle Forcier, UW-Milwaukee LGBT Coordinator and professor Dr. Cary Gabriel Costello, and “Double Exposure” author Bridget Birdsall about trans and intersex people.
Our guest was Thomas Fransen, a Chicago-based licensed clinical social worker currently working in private practice. Thomas sheds some light on the subject of Mental Health.