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Molly Woodstock
Gender Reveal
Welcome to Gender Reveal, a podcast that centers nonbinary and transgender folks. Join us as we interview trans artists and activists, answer listener questions, analyze current events, and get a little bit closer to understanding what the heck gender is.
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4.9 stars from 544 ratings
Reason why people dont. Use. They them. Is. Because. It to long to say. People love. Short. Hand. Things im not saying. It wrong to use they them it not something popular. For people to use
dts45 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/26/20
Many interview podcasts have much noise to little signal. Molly and their team create a very tight show where they dive deep into the ideas of gender and implications of those on us and our society. i’m often surprised at just how interesting the guests are when the topic is outside of my core...Read full review »
citizenKahn.peterKahn via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/19/20
Excellent place to learn
“Gender Reveal” is a wonderfully welcoming space for us all to learn more about gender and non-binary-ness in our world- thank you, Molly, for formalizing your habit of asking non-binary folks about how they see and move in the world!
RevPaulNOLA via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/09/20
Recent Episodes
This week, we speak with nonbinary advocate Addison Rose Vincent. Topics include rushing sororities, working at Disneyland, becoming a full-time trans advocate, and being a transfeminine person with a full beard.
Published 06/30/20
Tuck rambles for 15 consecutive minutes (oops!), then shares their conversation with Callie Wright about media literacy, passive voice, “objectivity,” and whether you can trust media coverage of protests. 
Published 06/22/20
Tuck gives a quick overview of the many breaking trans news stories from the last few days. Then, we revisit our conversation with activist and labor organizer Alyssa Pariah (she/her).
Published 06/16/20
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