Ashlee Marie Preston
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This week’s podcast features Ashlee Marie Preston, who is an activist and journalist. Ashlee was the first openly trans person to run for state office in California, as well as the first trans person to become editor-in-chief of a nationwide publication. Ashlee and Liz talk about how tattoos have been a source of empowerment for her; life as a survival sex worker; and how transitioning, by it’s very definition, doesn’t follow a linear path.
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