Podcast: Community, Transition, & Standards of Realness

December 9, 2017 ·

The podcast crew reviews national and local politics and discusses some of the nuances of community, transition, and detransition. Also featured: the first installment of Gwen Smith’s Gender Nation and bonus material.

On the Pod: Cristan Williams, Robin Mack, and Alexis Melvin.


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