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" I felt, when I was a kid growing up, that cars had souls, and I still feel that way. "
- Linda Phillips
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Introduction and commentary, including:
Noisey headphones and lightening strikes
California becomes 4th state to protect gender expression
Gabrielle Pickett, sister of murdered TS Chanelle Pickett, murdered in NYC
Northeastern controversy, language and priorities
Rick Santorum and GLBT Marriage
HRC and marriage
Question of the Week
" How does a M to F transsexual "break the news" about having gender disphoria to a very religious mother? "
Listener letter to Rick Santorum on GLBT Marriage
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A new musical project aims to promote awareness of transgender issues while raising money to help in the struggle for rights and respect. Brenna Paige, is the co-founder of the
Visit the project website at home.comcast.net/~transfusion
Contact Brenna at firstname.lastname@example.org
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While many transgender persons dream of publishing their autobiography, and some manage to do so, occasionally we encounter someone who dances to a very different drummer. Our guest Linda Phillips was born male but has lived with her wife as a woman for many years. She chose to write her first book not about her crossliving experience, but rather about something of an even more unusual nature: a life of trading in used car parts.
Linda is a longtime trans activist and author, who, with wife Cynthia, hosted the Texas T Party, during the 1990s one of the most popular crossdressing events anywhere. She is a frequent lecturer on college campuses, and has made many media appearances promoting healthy acceptance of crossdressing and transgenderism. Her new book is titled
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