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Sunday, June 30, 2013

Mackenzie Azrael LIve on Transition Radio TV Show July 11th at 9 PM EST

Mackenzie Azrael (Az-ray-elle) is a transgendered performer, actress, activist, and talent manager. She lives in Philadelphia, Mississippi which is home to the 1960’s civil rights murders, so growing up LGBT in the South has always been a challenge. Coming out as a gay male in the late 90’s Mackenzie was soon drawn into the world of drag. She has held several prestigious titles including Duchess of the South and Miss Drag All-Star Southern Regional. Mackenzie and was also voted 2011 Mississippi Fan Favorite: Best Female Illusionist by Out On The Town Magazine readers. Mackenzie is also a regular contributor for the magazine as a part-time staff writer. Mackenzie realized she was transgendered. After searching for information and struggling to begin her transition for more than 4 years, Mackenzie will have been transitioning for one year starting July 12, which will also be her 33 birthday. The beginning of 2013 Mackenzie made a new year resolution not to hide who she was anymore, and work to make a difference. Since then she has appeared on the Jerry Springer show, which kick started her acting career. After her national appearance in February she was signed by Southern Sisters Entertainment a film company located in Mississippi. Southern Sisters started following and filming Mackenzie for 2 documentaries. “Rainbow’s Over Mississippi” which is about the struggle of growing up LGBT in the South, and the fight for equality. Also “Three Women and a Rabbi” The story of 3 women born transsexual, one older and retired, another 30 something and still searching for success and a third an 18 year old pre op looking for her way, then we insert Duncan, a man who was born a female but has now embraced both is manhood and his New Jewish Religion. Mackenzie was also signed to co-star in the new TV Show currently in production “Para-trans-vestigators” which is about Transgendered Ghost Hunters. Mackenzie will also be featured in the new ground breaking book by Tim Westmoreland “Un-Tucked”.

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Thursday, June 20, 2013


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.

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Gender Dances a film by Nancy Evelyn Gold live on Transition Radio TV June 20th at 9 PM EST

Being born in 1964 Nancy considers herself born into the sixties but not a child of them. Nancy’s mother, like many women of her time, was given the synthetic estrogen DES. This lead to many of Nancy’s internal drives to be naturally feminine leaving the question of her being intersexed vs. transsexual always unanswered. Nancy would sit to pee and had soft features always. In 1975, at age 11 Nancy would see an episode of Medical Center where TV’s Mr. Brady came to the medical center seeking a male to female sex change. The extremely well written episode answered her questions and from that point forward it was clear to her that surgery was the only route to happiness. Life, however, is rarely that easy. Fearing losing her family or being committed to a mental institution Nancy kept her desires a secret and tried to live as a male including getting married in 1989. In late 1992 the top began to blow off and it was during the 1993 March on Washington that Nancy made the decision to follow her heart. It was at this time that her parents threatened to have her committed and they settled on no contact, which persists to this day some 20 years later. On August 8th, 1993, among a group of friends at sundown Nancy introduced herself to the world and never looked back. On the 25thof the same month the following year she was fortunate to have successful sex reassignment surgery. In Junior High School Nancy was introduced to making Live Television and she’d later take some random film courses. In February of 2013 Nancy began pre-production of “Gender Dances”, a film about fluid gender expression. The film is currently in production and promises to deliver a final product with a ‘raw’ edge that looks at transmen, transwomen, and allies in an unflinching manner. The film promises to openly look at sex, love, life trails. There will be no ‘off-limits’ subjects.


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Friday, June 7, 2013

Transition Radio TV Show Transgender in History and Beyond

Check us live Thursday 9 PM EST June 13th where we will talk about the history of trangenderism, the advances we have made, things we need to look for in our future, different cultures and how they view things, a Trans cartoon and amazing transitions. Be part of the show by chatting live with us http://www.transitionradio.net/chat_and_television.html , or calling in at 412-567 6788  

Transition Radio TV is a show for Trans folks by Trans folks here to let your voice be heard

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Friday June 14th we have Tim Westmoreland author of Un-Tucked catch us live at 630 PM EST http://www.blogtalkradio.com/transitionradio/2013/06/14/tim-westmoreland-un-tucked-series

Tim Westmoreland grew up in a small town in Alabama, where change is un-acceptable. He says People in the South may say they accept change with open arms, but change is only acceptable if it happens to be going backwards.
. I find myself today surrounded by many cultures, and styles of living. I decided to embrace everyone with open arms. People (regardless of acceptance) need to feel needed. This is hardwired into our minds. I set out on a quest to find my place in this world. I have traveled, lived and associated with folks who would be considered the outsiders to normal human life. I myself am straight...But why do we have to wear labels? I don’t care if you’re black, white, gay or straight. As long as you know who you are and I know who I am, then are we not just 2 people living our lives? This is the philosophy I have lived by, loved by, and practiced. I don’t understand a lot of times why we have to wear labels. Take for example, if a man says he is a woman trapped in a man's body, he is considered transgendered, Correct? If that same man associates with gay men, he is considered gay. But if that man gets to change his life and go through the hours, weeks of pain to change his sex from male to female so she can now be with a man, would she not then be considered straight...This is the paradox we live in within our cultural society that concentrates on labels. When I decided to undertake the "Un-Tucked" Series, it was a decision that my wife and I as a straight married couple decided to do so that the barriers of labels could be lifted. The series shows people just like you and me who have made their mind up and took on unfathomable strides to drop the label they were born with and pursue what makes them feel alive and like themselves. It's said your life is a book....What are your pages? We must drop the labels so that other folks can become "Un-Tucked".


Saturday, June 1, 2013

Heidi Weaver Founder of LoveBoldly live on Transition Radio Friday June 7th at 630 PM EST

Heidi Weaver is the Founder/Executive Director of LOVEboldly. She is a student at Asbury Theological Seminary, seeking her Masters degree in Marriage and Family Counseling. Heidi has spent 5 years practicing intentional Christ-like presence in the LGBT community. Through her leadership of LOVEboldly, Heidi aims to empower those who identify as LGBT, Christian, or both to honor the worth and dignity of the ‘other’, sacrifice self and meet the needs of others, dialogue with one another, and restore relationships of reconciliation with self, others, and God. She is passionate about empowering and equipping the LGBT community, faith communities, pastors, and laypersons to step towards intentional Christ-like engagement with one another while providing safe spaces for LGBT Christians to grow in their faith.

Justin Barringer is the Director of Education at LOVEboldly. He recently completed his M.Div at Asbury Theological Seminary where he worked for the Ministry for Global Community Formation. He has been a missionary in China and Greece, worked extensively among homeless people in Nashville, and served at mercy and justice organizations like The Dream Center and Sojourners. Justin currently works as a freelance writer and editor. He is co-editor of the book A Faith Not Worth Fighting For: Addressing Commonly Asked Questions About Christian Nonviolence, and the author of the forthcoming book No More Excuses: 101 Ways to Love and Serve Others.

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