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Genderful

GenderMeowster

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Meowdy folks, welcome to Genderful - a gender-identity-related podcast created by GenderMeowster (they/them). Genderful is a weekly talk show featuring gender-diverse (nonbinary and trans+) folks discussing various topics and special interests. We kindly remind our listeners that no person is a monolith of their identities, and all opinions are the speakers' own. Please rate and review the podcast! To connect with us on social media, discord, or join us live on Twitch, check out our Linktree ...
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Gender Reveal

Tuck Woodstock

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Welcome to Gender Reveal, a podcast about nonbinary and transgender folks. Join us as we interview notable trans guests, analyze current events, answer advice questions and get a little bit closer to understanding what the heck gender is.
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Genderswapped Podcast

Lena Richter und Judith Vogt

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WIR ÄNDERN DAS SPIEL Lena und Judith reden aus feministischer Perspektive über Pen&Paper-Rollenspiel und über Science-Fiction- und Fantasy-Filme, -Serien und -Bücher. Feedback gerne auf Twitter an @genderswappod (https://twitter.com/genderswappod) oder per Mail an feedback@genderswapped-podcast.de. Einzeln erwischt ihr uns unter judith@genderswapped-podcast.de und lena@genderswapped-podcast.de! Wenn euch unsere Episoden gefallen, freuen wir uns über einen virtuellen schwarzen Tee - dankeschö ...
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Gender: A Wider Lens

Identity Exploration from a Psychological Depth Perspective

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Therapists Stella O’Malley and Sasha Ayad explore diverse perspectives through a psychological lens, fostering open dialogue on gender identity, transition, and the transgender umbrella. Their work with gender dysphoric clients and unique experiences yield an informed outlook delving into gender's psychological nuances. Interviews with clinicians, academics, transgender individuals, parents, detransitioners, and others touched by gender provide varied insights and intimate inquiry into the t ...
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Gender Alchemy

Lauren Sunshine

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Gender is a vast landscape of infinite creative potential, which you are free to explore. Join rainbow guide Lauren Sunshine as she intuitively navigates the life-giving waters of personal freedom and creative expression, from the perspective of an empowered transgender and queer pathway. If you are curious to learn more about the deeper and more expansive opportunities that the LGBTQIA+ journey has to offer... then this show is for you.
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Slate Gender and Society

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A feed drawing from Slate’s podcast network, including The Waves and Outward, featuring episodes that take a critical eye to the world around us, how we define ourselves, and how gender itself is defined.
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Celebrate sex and gender with Giselle Mirasol, a seasoned crossdresser from California as she explores gender-related topics ranging from crossdressing and sexuality, to fashion and relationships. Giselle’s experiences, along with exciting guests, will help guide you through the vast world of gender. Curious about why people crossdress? Do you know the difference between sexual identity and sexual orientation? Or dumbfounded at the idea of why a man would ever consider wearing a thong? Well, ...
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Gender Spiral

Ally Beardsley & Babette Thomas

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Hosted by Ally Beardsley and Babette Thomas, Gender Spiral is a quest to explore the modern experience of being a human in our gendered world. Each episode of the podcast explores important topics and questions about navigating expectations of gender and presentation in our society through conversations with the foremost experts on the topic: trans and queer people. You'll hear firsthand accounts of gender variant folks of all stripes and walks of life, to highlight the liberation of questio ...
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Welcome to Real Talk About Feminism Podcast with McKenzie and Halie – your favorite sister duo! We are passionate about promoting gender equlaity and female empowerment through everyday conversations. Whether we are discussing menstrual equality and intersectional feminism, or self love and dating, our goal is to promote feminism and gender equality through engaging and lighthearted conversations. As two twenty-something women dedicated to empowerment, we invite you to tune in every Sunday f ...
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Genderized

Taire Stephen

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Answer questions on male / female relationships and analyze the status quo on unhealthy trends while providing free advice on how to connect with the one
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Gender Journeys

Josie Kallo

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A podcast about just what the heck gender actually is in context. Featuring discussions about various topics with a focus on identities outside the gender binary. Cover art by Jamie Barker (aka Fake Gamer Comics)
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This is a free preview of a paid episode. To hear more, visit www.widerlenspod.com The significance of technological and scientific advancements in medicine is unquestionable. However, it prompts a critical examination of the appropriate limits when conducting experiments to uncover treatments leading to optimal outcomes. Experimentation necessaril…
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In this episode, I talk with Danni Velasquez-Mora, an absolutely amazing woman who ups the game in marketing as Founder and Creative Director at Womankind Creative. Danni and I talk about important topics as healing through representation, seeing our own possibilities, and why Wonder Girl should have had a longer run. -- REFERENCES: Womankind Creat…
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With such a scarcity of voices from the surgical community chiming in on about their insights and reflections on gender-affirming care, Sasha and Stella eagerly welcome Dr. Eithan Haim to share his compelling perspective on his experiences and observations at a leading pediatric hospital in the United States. For links and resources relevant to thi…
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Iowa’s Caitlin Clark has scored more points than any other NCAA women’s basketball player in history, but her impact extends even further than her substantial range on the court. Guest: Hayley McGoldrick, associate editor at Sportsnet. Want more What Next? Subscribe to Slate Plus to access ad-free listening to the whole What Next family and across …
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Do you crave a healthy, balanced and peaceful gender exploration? Let's talk about how to align your transition with the natural world. If you are transgender (MTF | FTM) or just passionate about gender, this video is for you. ==REDISCOVER YOUR LOVE FOR GENDER IN 6 STEPS== Transformational practices, heartfelt advice, and essential perspectives for…
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Ever wondered how many business cards you've handed out recently? For most, it's a fleeting exchange, a mere formality in the whirlwind of networking. But for Martine Bosch, founder of Ecofluent, each business card is a statement—an embodiment of sustainability, innovation, and the power of conscious consumption. In a world where disposable culture…
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Tuck chats with writer Lucy Sante (she/her). Topics include: Why Lucy finally transitioned after avoiding it for nearly 60 years Why the worst trans memoirs are like pre-cooked bacon What does it mean to identify as a bohemian? Reading about the Street Transvestite Action Revolutionaries in the newspaper as a high school student Plus: Trans lit rec…
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For western colonists in the early American backcountry, disputes often ended in bloodshed and death. Making the Frontier Man: Violence, White Manhood, and Authority in the Early Western Backcountry (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2023) by Dr. Matthew C. Ward examines early life and the origins of lawless behaviour in Pennsylvania, Virginia, Kentu…
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This week we discuss the Black maternal health crisis that is happening in the United States. Thank you to CNN anchor, Abby Phillip, for sharing her story online! We pulled in a few clips from a podcast interview she did as well as some quotes from her article she wrote for CNN. See the links below for both of these! Read - Abby Phillip: How I woun…
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This week we saw a reddit post that asked "Would I be a bad leftist if I get SRS?" It started with "my ex told me that girls who get SRS are an obstacle for trans liberation." Wow. We knew Faith needed to weigh in. Caution: we make pretend sex noises throughout this ep. Try to not get too turned on, thanks. Gaslighting means "manipulating someone i…
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This week, Bryan is joined by Slate’s Madeline Ducharme to solve the mystery of True Detective: Night Country’s queer undertones. Together, they whip out the detective corkboard and read between the lines of Jodie Foster’s ‘mommie’-like character and Kali Reis’ cheek piercings and come up with some interesting theories. Learn more about your ad cho…
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This is a free preview of a paid episode. To hear more, visit www.widerlenspod.com Exploring the parallels between the fervor surrounding gender medicine and the hysteria of recovered memory syndrome from the 1990s, both phenomena share a common anchor in the likely resistance of influential figures, like clinicians, therapists and even stake-holde…
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Rachelle Hampton and Candice Lim catch up on the latest stories churning the Taylor Swift media machine, from her lawyers sending a cease and desist letter to a college student, to her possibly leading a groundbreaking case against AI deepfakes. Then, they break down the backlash surrounding Emily Mariko, who was criticized by her followers for sel…
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In this episode we discuss queer storytelling with BuffCat (she/he) GUEST PROMOS ▶ BuffCat is a creator of various types of art, including digital art, web comics and traditional paintings. https://linktr.ee/artbybuffcat YOUTUBE VERSION More specific show notes in the Youtube description: https://youtu.be/J071MbFhv3Q LINKTREE https://linktr.ee/Gend…
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In this on-location podcast shoot, I have a grand time with Julia DiVerdi. Julia is a stunning burlesque and belly dancer who shifted her focus to an inclusive dance studio where she can teach anybody how to dance! We talk about subjects as far afield as accidentally starting to teach, how learning dance can be healing, and Julia's plan for my firs…
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Join Sasha and Stella in welcoming Leor Sapir back to the show. In addition to hearing his analysis of the recent New York Times piece by Pamela Paul on youth gender medicine and detransition, listen as they explore comparisons between gender medicine and consumer-driven cosmetic practices, bans on gender-affirming care in the United States, the fo…
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On our second C&F After Dark episode: we know that Valentine’s has come and gone. But we’re not done talking about grownup stuff! Elizabeth, Zak and Lucy each sit down with their spouses — Jeff, Shira and Geno — to talk through a problem they’ve had as a co-parenting couple. The hosts chime in on each others’ problems, too. It’s an advice extravaga…
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Kareem Khubchandani’s book Decolonize Drag (OR Books, 2024) explores the intricate interplay among gender, colonialism, and drag performance. It illustrates how gender serves as a tool of colonial governance, stifling diverse forms of expression, while also delving into how contemporary drag both mirrors and disrupts these entrenched institutional …
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In The French Invention of Menopause and the Medicalisation of Women's Ageing (Oxford University Press, 2022), Alison Downham Moore discusses her contribution to the history of women's ageing. Doctors writing about menopause in France vastly outnumbered those in other cultures throughout the entire nineteenth century. The concept of menopause was i…
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On this week’s episode of Well, Now’s ditching the flowers and grand romantic gestures we often see on Valentine’s Day. There’s tons of research about how loving relationships contribute to wellness, as well as how lacking those relationships can play a part in adverse health outcomes. But what if our entire understanding of love is misguided? Kavi…
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Transgender (MTF | FTM) and queer people often ask me if there is compatibility between spirituality and exploring gender... let's talk about it! Is it possible to use spiritual insight to explore gender? ==REDISCOVER YOUR LOVE FOR GENDER IN 6 STEPS== Transformational practices, heartfelt advice, and essential perspectives for the empowered gender …
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This week, we remember advocate, storyteller, and mother Cecilia Gentili. Cecilia resources & links: Cecilia’s legacy fund!!! Faltas (published by our friends at LittlePuss Press) Full videos of Cecilia’s 2/7 memorial service Speaking with M. E. O’Brien for the NYC Trans Oral History Project (with transcript) “Cecilia Gentili’s Revolutionary Ask” o…
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This week we talk about Mary Wollstonecraft and her speech called “A Vindication of the Rights of Women” in response to 18th century Enlightenment (male) thinkers and philosophers who did not support female liberation. In this speech, she pushed for women to fight forced domesticity. We also talk about our obsessions of the week and do a mini recap…
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This is a free preview of a paid episode. To hear more, visit www.widerlenspod.com Desistance is a gradual process, unlike the initial identification, and parents may not receive any clear announcement from their child about moving away from a trans-identified phase. A child’s trans identity can often serve as a security blanket, saving them from t…
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In this episode, I speak with John C. Morley. John is a prolific podcaster and writer, a great storyteller, and a serial entrepreneur. John and I talk about believing in ourselves as the foundation of success, taking the risks necessary to achieve what we want, and why hypnotists shouldn't embarrass people during their shows. -- REFERENCES: John’s …
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Join January Littlejohn in this powerful episode as she shares the impact of her daughter's school facilitating social transition without parental consent. Uncover the challenges, strategies, and emotional turmoil of navigating desistance while fighting against a prevailing ideology. Learn about repairing parent-child relationships, setting boundar…
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On the podcast today, I am joined by Professor Anru Lee, who is professor of anthropology at John Jay College, the City University of New York. Anru will be talking about her new book, Haunted Modernities: Gender, Memory and Placemaking in Postindustrial Taiwan, which was published just last year in 2023 by University of Hawai’i Press. Haunted Mode…
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This two-part episode is a discussion panel for Job Action day, where we discuss workplace accommodations for gender-diverse people with Tofi (they/them), TransCapybara (she/her), Gaby M (they/them), and Miranda (she/her). This is part 2. GUEST PROMOS ▶ Tofi (they/them) is a queer nonbinary Asian American content creator who loves Shrek and aims to…
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This two-part episode is a discussion panel for Job Action day, where we discuss workplace accommodations for gender-diverse people with Tofi (they/them), TransCapybara (she/her), Gaby M (they/them), and Miranda (she/her). This is part 1. GUEST PROMOS ▶ Tofi (they/them) is a queer nonbinary Asian American content creator who loves Shrek and aims to…
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Known as Black Rome, Salvador da Bahia, Brazil, is a predominantly Black city. The local art, food, and dance are closely linked to the population's African roots. Yet many Black Brazilian residents are politically and economically disenfranchised. Bryce Henson details a culture of resistance and activism that has emerged in response, expressed thr…
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