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Sunday, April 28, 2013

Sunday May 5th ABIGAIL TARTTELIN Author of Golden Boy live on Transition Radio TV

25-year-old Abigail Tarttelin’s much anticipated U.S. debut novel, GOLDEN BOY

(Atria Books; turns the conventional coming-of-age novel on its

ear with a poignant, thought-provoking exploration of the turbulent private life of an

intersex teen. As its often startling, multi-voiced narrative unfolds, the novel examines

the complex relationships and conflicts that shape the everyday reality of Max Walker,

an attractive, intelligent, athletic, and sensitive young man on the cusp of adulthood,

whose ambiguous gender has been safely guarded by his parents—until unforeseen

events threaten to expose his secret.

GOLDEN BOY opens with an unspeakable act of violation that sets in motion

Max’s heretofore unfathomable dilemma. The fallout of this event is seen through the

eyes of six narrators: Max himself; his mother, Karen, a successful lawyer unhappy navigating the
vagaries of an imperfect world; Max’s precocious ten-year-old brother, Daniel; his father Steve, a
well-known prosecutor running for election to parliament; Sylvie, the unconventional girl Max loves;
and Archie, the ethnically Indian doctor who helps Max in his time of greatest need. Each lends a
distinctive perspective to the extraordinary events. Abigail Tarttelin grew up in North East England.
At sixteen she trained with the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain and the New York Film
Academy. Alongside her work as a screen actress, for which she has been profiled as a One To
Watch, she wrote debut novel, Flick, published in the UK in 2011.
Check this show live and chat with us http://www.transitionradio.net/chat_and_television.html

upcoming shows Friday May 3rd on Transition Radio

Friday Live on Transition Radio Diana O'Brien is a transgender advocate and freelance writer who currently works for AIDS Healthcare Foundation - Public Health Division coordinating a free at-home HIV testing program for the transgender community in Miami-Dade County. She also serves on the advisory board for Broward County Health Department's T-House Online program, a digital drop-in center for the transgender community, and the Miami-Dade HIV/AIDS Partnership's Prevention Committee Transgender Workgroup. Diana has written columns and blogs for South Florida Gay News, Bilerico, Planetransgender, and the TransAdvocate.

click her to listen to it live http://www.blogtalkradio.com/transitionradio/2013/05/03/diana-obrien-bringing-hiv-testing-to-you

Sunday, April 21, 2013

Sunday April 28th at 4 PM EST Jade Matirx (Nikka)


Jade NikkaI was born and raised in Germany outside of Cologne, came to Canada as a teenager. Growing up I always knew something was up, but didn't know what.

I knew I felt really girly but the consciousness or freedom to express this to my outside world wasn't there. I'd play with clothes and make up and my parents would let me, but I stayed living as a boy.

I got married young, at 20, we had 2 kids, 2 boys now 13 and 16.

The relationship didn't continue however and so for years we co-parented in the same small community of 12000 people in which we still live, an island off the coast of Vancouver, Canada.

There was a deep part of me that always felt out of place, awkward around typically male interactions, from friends to work something wasn't right.

I never developed into this guy I was supposed to become, not physically and not in any way...and I wasn't very happy....

I've been a musician most of my life, performed with bands all over. The loss of several of her close friends led her to perform songs in front of a video camera in a dress.

Some part inside of her began to realize that time on earth was precious and time spent unhappy was wasting my life away...that I had no time to waste on feeling miserable anymore.

She began living as a woman and telling everyone.

It was amazing how much energy this released in her....

It's been 3 years, since she had SRS, and she quotes I look and feel amazing, counting my lucky stars and blessings every day, for this amazing journey and that it all worked out so well.
Watch and Chat live with us on the show http://www.transitionradio.net/chat_and_television.html


Dr. Kelley Winters a writer and consultant on issues of gender diversity in medical and public policy. She is the founder of GID Reform Advocates, author of Gender Madness in American Psychiatry: Essays from the Struggle for Dignity, member of the International Advisory Committee for the World Professional Association for Transgender Health Standards of Care, and an Advisory Board Member for TransYouth Family Allies. Kelley has presented papers and presentations on gender policy issues at annual conventions of the American Psychiatric Association, the American Psychological Association, the American Counseling Association and the Association of Women in Psychology. She was instrumental in reforming Colorado drivers license policy in 2006 and in adding Gender Identity and Expression to employment policies of the Hewlett-Packard Company. Kelley received the Colorado Pride Award in 1999 and the 2007 Melissa Chapman Award for Social Change from the Gender Identity Center of Colorado. She came to south Florida to escape the cold Rocky Mountain winter, and she's still here. To listen to the show live click link below at 630 PM EST

Sunday, April 14, 2013

Sunday on Transition Radio TV Show April 21st Skylar Kergil

more formally known on the internet as skylarkeleven, has been documenting his transition from female to male on YouTube since 2009. Being an activist, poet, and aspiring musician, he has only recently become more open about his transgender identity and has found that it has been extremely rewarding; mentoring transgender youth and others, traveling to educate, and continuing to grow as he transitions has been the greatest journey of his life so far. As an artist, his recent photography and writing project “Re-Humanizing the Trans-Masculine Community” has been written about in Trent Arthur Press as “a collaborative effort with the goal of recreating the spectrum of masculine identities and expressions within the transgender community” that also is “beyond sustainable. It collapses borders, ideologies, and hopefully produces some very good art.”
Described by The New Yorker as an “upbeat, articulate F.T.M.” Skylar has given speeches at The College of St. Rose and his high school as well as been invited internationally to other campuses and high schools. With plans to graduate May of 2013 from Skidmore College as a studio art major, he has dreams of continuing to be a mentor, motivational speaker, and musical performer. The FTM Den describes him as “providing light and knowledge” as well as having an acoustic style that “some would argue ‘passionate’ better describes.” On April 19th, he will be GLSEN’s breaking the silence performer and speaker in Albany, NY.

Among and before every thing else, he aims to be a positive being; through optimism, patience, and meditation, he has achieved a calmness and openness that has allowed him to become a better friend, brother, son, and partner. His favorite color is yellow and he feels a constant pull towards the ocean.


Saturday, April 13, 2013

Friday on Transition Radio Kokumo

KOKUMỌ is an African-American transgender woman and product of Chicago’s South Side. While growing up, the only messaging she received in regards to her identity was that it would lead to either death or institutionalization. Therefore, upon reaching the age of opportunity she was behooved to give herself a name that spoke of life. After an extensive search and emotional journey she discovered KOKUMỌ. KOKUMỌ means, “This one will not die” in Yoruba, a West African language. To KOKUMỌ surviving is passé. Therefore, she believes in sanctioning artistic, political, and actual space for other Trans, Gender Non-Conforming, and Intersex (TGI) people of color to thrive in. In accordance to this belief and her name, she created KOKUMỌMEDIA. KOKUMỌMEDIA uses film, music, and literature to create and generate realistic depictions of TGI people of color. KOKUMỌMEDIA has produced some of the most innovative projects and events in the multimedia industry. From the one- transwoman show, The Faggot Who Could Fly to T.G.I.F. (TGI Freedom) Rally and Picnic, KOKUMỌ is stoking the flames of a renaissance. Her EP, There Will Come a Day debuted in February 2013. While here debut album, I Shall Not Be Denied is due next spring. Listen to her live on http://www.blogtalkradio.com/transitionradio/2013/04/19/kokum
at 630 PM EST Friday April 19th

Sunday, April 7, 2013

Sunday April 14th on Transition Radio TV at 4 PM EST

Emily Barwick an Artist that uses her heart and soul and strong beliefs to help change the world will be on live Sunday Aprl 14th on Transition Radio TV Show

Emily Moran Barwick is a vegan, artist, activist, writer, animal-lover, book-worm, a fruit-ninja, and many other things. She focuses her artistic practice on bringing to light things we, as a society, don't want to acknowledge.

This is a show you don't want to miss

Upcoming Radio Show April 12th at 630 PM EST

Leland Kolbert co founder of New Beginnings Retreat will be live on Transition Radio Friday April 12th at 630 PM EST. My wife and I run a recovery center for guys having top surgery here in south Florida. The inspiration for New Beginnings Retreat came just a few days after I had my surgery with Dr. Garramone. We were listening to the stories of the people were having difficulty navigating the transportation, hotels and general circumstances surrounding the journey for their top surgery pre, surgical and post op trips. This was compounded significantly for travelers from out of the U.S. So the plan was put into a business plan and we sat down and spoke to Dr. Garramone and both he and his staff encouraged us whole heartedly and even agreed to recommend us as their number one choice for stay. I do want to make clear that we are not directly linked with Dr. Garramone's office in the business sense. We are two completely separate businesses but we do provide service only to his patients. I also feel that having 25 years of nursing experience provides a lot of comfort to parents of young patients, especially those traveling from abroad or by themselves. We make it possible for patients of Dr, Garramone to venture on this journey even if they are doing it as a single individual..

listen live http://www.blogtalkradio.com/transitionradio/2013/04/12/leland-kolbert-co-founder-of-new-beginnings-retreat