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Danielle Kaessner
TRANSlation is an educational podcast that will help you decipher the unique language of the transgender and gender-variant world. From the basic definition of transgender to the more complicated aspect of gender variance, TRANSlation provides a source of information as well as real-world experience. If you are questioning your gender-identity, or a family or friend is trans, this podcast will guide you through the fundamentals and finer points of understanding what it means to be trans. And, if you're lucky, it might be be entertaining. Thank you for supporting independent artists. Check...
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This podcast is very educational and would have helped me a lot when I was questioning or recently out. I've shared this with my parents to give them incite into my experience.
ClaraT86 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/05/17
Recent Episodes
A friend of mine posted an interesting question recently: does gender dysphoria go away after surgery? Of course I gave my answer, but it had me thinking about the larger implications. Gender dysphoria is a condition, but is it permanent? In answering this question, we first need a clear...
Published 05/30/17
One of the words you'll hear most often on this podcast is the discussion of the trans community. But what does that mean? What am I talking about when I refer to the community? It's going to vary from person to person, but there are some aspects of a community that might make it easier to...
Published 02/11/17
Sometimes we can be our own worst enemies. No matter how hard we work in life to avoid projecting on others, sometimes we struggle to greatly with our own demons. That is what internalized transphobia is, when a trans individual harbors resentment toward the larger trans community. In this...
Published 12/31/16
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