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Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Michelle Spicer live on Transition Radio Tuesday November 5th at 630 PM EST


Michelle is a writer on the leading edge of the transgender movement for those who are just starting their transition and those who are well experienced in the ways of the transgender world.  Having written over ninety comprehensive articles covering everything from relationships to some of the most important obstacles faced by transgender people in all walks of life. As a graduate of the University of Victoria with a BA  in Cultural Anthropology and Geography she brings an interesting insight to the lives and struggles of LGBT people all over the world.  She also possesses an Associate of Arts Diploma from Camosun College, a Pharmacy Technician Diploma from Sprott-Shaw community college and a Clinical Hypnotherapy certification from the New England Institute of Hypnotherapy. She started her transition in 2006 and underwent GRS in Montreal, Canada under the capable hands of Dr. Brassard. Since coming out she has survived assault, harassment, ignorance, job loss, domestic violence and an unbelievable amount of problems from the populace of Vancouver BC.  She has since moved to Victoria BC which is much safer but still lacks the understanding required to properly accommodate their transgender population.
     Michelle has been writing on and off since she was a teen and is working on a book about her transgender experiences as well as  a book about her growing up in an alcoholic family. Having been physically, emotionally and sexually abused by her father she deals on a daily basis with the emotional baggage left behind while growing up in the house of a brutal alcoholic. She has worked in various positions and has a lot of life experience to share for anyone who might gain some insight from her struggles. She is Anglican and regularly attends church and in her spare time she likes to walk, hike, read, consume documentaries and crime drama. She continues to write about LGBT issues as well as the many other things that interest her.











Sunday, October 27, 2013

Monica Roberts, aka the TransGriot Live on Transition Radio Tuestday October 29th at 630 PM EST

Monica Roberts, aka the TransGriot (Gree-oh), is a native Houstonian and a trailblazing award winning trans community leader. She has lobbied since 1998 for trans human rights protections at the federal, state and local levels in Kentucky and Texas. In 2006 she became the third African-American trans person and the first African-American Texan to receive the IFGE Trinity Award, the transgender community’s highest meritorious service award. She was named to the inaugural Trans 100 List and honored with the Monica Roberts Advocacy Award by Black Transmen, Inc in March 2013 Monica was a founding member of NTAC, the National Transgender Advocacy Coalition and served on its inaugural board as its Political Director from 1999-2002, served on the boards of Louisville, KY’s Fairness Campaign and C-FAIR, helped organize the 2005 and 2006 Transsistahs-Transbrothas Conferences that took place in Louisville and participated in the first ever trans-themed panel discussions at Netroots Nation and OUT on the Hill in 2012. In addition to participating in a long list of panel discussions, town halls and keynote speaking engagements to various colleges, groups and conferences over the years in January 2006 she founded the award winning blog TransGriot. Her writing about trans issues from an Afrocentric perspective has appeared at Ebony.com, Loop21.com Transadvocate, The Huffington Post, Racialicious, Feministe, Global Comment, The Bilerico Project, Elixher, What Tami Said and Womanist Musings.

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Thursday, October 24, 2013

Live on Transition Radio TV Show Novemeber 7th at 8 PM EST with Jessica Lam making a difference in our world

As a first-born son to Cuban parents, Jessica was raised as your typical little Latin boy. Yet despite of her upbringing, she can remember at a very young age, she desired to be a girl. And although neither of her parents encouraged this, she felt this was inevitable. She was intrigued by the female identity, the fashions, the visual presentation, and how a girl behaves and how she feels. Jessica didn’t always fit in with the rest of the boys, because inside… as she quoted: I wanted to be just “one of the girls”. Late in her childhood years, she would experiment and pursue these desires by indulging in feminine routines like shaving her legs, styling her hair and shaping her eyebrows. She was embarrassed by her body; And secretly at night, she wished to God she could wake in the morning as a girl. Although she wanted to be female, she did not find herself attracted to boys, but preferred dating girls. Over the last decade, she has become an advocate for the gay, lesbian and transgender issues in public forums and working with non-profit organizations. She is involved with many local organizations such as Pridelines Youth Services, the YES! Institute, the Alliance for GLBTQ Youth. Some of her many accomplishments include coordinating the first Transgender Education Medical Symposium in May, 2010, in North Miami Beach, FL. Other highlights include appearing nationally on television programs such as Larry King Live, Ricky Lakes and internationally on Don Francisco Presenta, Maria Elvira Live, 7 Dias, among others. . She is determined to continue to work towards helping the world understand and learn to accept the differences between all people and she has recently published a new childrens book the adventure of Tina and Jordan.

http://www.jessicalam.com/


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Friday, October 18, 2013

Tuesday 10/22 live on Transition Radio at 630 PM EST with Zayden Tylor of Transgender Project


 Zayden Tyler is a 24 y/o FTM.  He has been on hormones for 4.5 months. He is the admin of a collab channel called "Transgender Project" with about 14 members.

Zayden says” We have a wide range of members wanting to help others out by getting the word out and helping people who are having trouble getting through the Trans* community. We also want to steer people in the right direction so they can get started on their transition. We also offer a helping hand to anybody who needs someone to talk to and has questions about anything. We make videos talking about different topics that we given out each Sunday. The Transgender Project is a collaborative Each week I submit a topic to a common page for the members, where we can all access the information and plan our videos accordingly. There are currently multiple guys and gals assigned to upload a video each day of the week. The idea of having a significant number of members and range of different personalities is that viewers will have a chance to relate to one or more of those members We may not have the best quality cameras or editing software but our messages come from our hearts. Even if only one person who stumbles upon our channel benefits from what our members have to say then we are happy to have made an impact. Of course on a larger scale we hope to educate many viewers and gain subscribers to help in a small way further the acceptance of trans* and gender non-conforming individuals. Now welcTyme to our show Zayden Tyler.


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