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Karen Hudson, consultant for the GRACE Factory Farm Project and President of FARM, Families Against Rural Messes, on the evils of factory farming

Matt Kailey, journalist, lecturer and author of Just Add Hormones: An Insider's Guide to the Transsexual Experience

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00:00 Introduction
  • Lost questions of the week
  • Transgression Magazine: transgresses more than gender
  • Raving Raven commentary on raven intelligence (you can now email Raving Raven at
  • Unisex tights
15:46 Gender News
  • Iran: Two teenagers executed for being gay
  • Iraq: New constitution disempowers women
  • Afghanistan: Women still suffering
  • UK: Gay leaders receive death threats from Mulsim fundamentalist groups
  • MA: Romney distorts birth certificates for children of gays
  • NOW resolves opposition to trans and 'of color' dis-inclusion
  • Canada legalizes same-sex marriage
  • Animal mistreatment
30:18 Question of the Week

"What is a non-op male-to-female transsexual?"
(From: Tim)

40:17 Evelien's Diary:, entry 18: "Skinny Dipping"

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46:16 The meat and dairy that most Americans eat comes not from friendly family farms, as most of us imagine, but rather from cruel, filthy flesh factories that would not stand the harsh glare of public inspection. Karen Hudson, consultant for the GRACE Factory Farm Project and President of FARM, Families Against Rural Messes, talks about the horrorshow staged by these factory farms. Karen lives on a fifth generation family farm in west central Illinois, and has been working to stop factory farms for many years.

Recommended viewing: The Meatrix, an award-winning flash animation film about factory farming, the most popular advocacy film on line.

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84:43 Matt Kailey, a journalist and lecturer who writes and speaks about gender and sexuality, joins us to talk about his new book, Just Add Hormones: An Insiders Guide to the Transsexual Experience. Matt talks about FTM visibility and how it has changed over the years, within and outside of the trans community. He also talks about the ease of assimilation versus the benefits of being out, and what being out can do for us in the long run.
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