Episode 107: Trans Heroines
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Black on Both Sides By C. Riley Snorton (book)The Queen (film)Hiding My Candy by Lady Chablis (book)Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil (film)Andrea Jenkins’ Trans Oral History Project
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A special Women's History Month episode about unsung black trans heroines in American History.Rodecka & Sam are joined by writer and activist Raquel Willis to discuss:Bae(s) of The Week: Mae Jemison, Peggy Whitson & Mae ReevesHoe(s) of the Week: Sarah Shalene Photography and Flash MagazineSelf Care Tips: Coffee Naps (I guess?)Fuck It (Topic of the Day): A conversation with activist & writer Raquel Willis about unsung black trans women in American History. Points of discussion include: Transgender Law Center, racial and socioeconomic disparities that impact Black Transgender women, Mary Jones, Sex work, The Monyihan Report, Hoteps, Frances Thompson, Lucky Hicks Anderson, the fight for marriage equality, Carlett Brown, Trans women may have been the original drag queens, trans antagonism by cis gay men, RuPaul transmisogynistic comments, Marsha P Johnson, Slyvia Rivera, STAR, Stonewall, Happy Birthday Marsha, The Death and Life of Marsha P Johnson, Sir Lady Java, Miss Major, Deedee Chamblee, Cecilia Chun, Ruby Corado, Felicia Flames, Cheryl Courtney Evans, Andrea Jenkins, People who are doing the work of documenting trans history today, Reina Gosset.
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