Queer and Queerer Ep. 47 – Henry Kissenger Got a Boob Job

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After a special monologue by Peterson, we discuss BODIES. How do we talk about bodies? What’s that intersexuality thing? What challenges do trans people still face? We lay it all out on the table and just talk about all our hesitations and yet curiosities with bodies, mixed with some recent news.  Take a listen, and then tell us your hangups and joys when it comes to bodies!

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Here’s some more information about what we talked about this week:

» Peterson Toscano’s A Musing: Henry Kissinger had a Boob Job!

» Intersex Society of North America

» Abortion not a women’s issue? Feministing: Behind the backlash: what’s so scary about deconstructing the gender binary?

» Malaysia’s got an anti-gay camp for boys, but it’s illegal.

» Texas considers banning trans marriage. But in Texas, different kinds of trans marriages are legal because of Littleton v. Prange.

» PBS’s In The Life highlights transgender Injustice at Every Turn.

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  • Vivi Blue says:

    I love the talk about breaking the gender binary.

    With regards to the trans marriage issue, it seems like most states besides Texas just pretend it doesn’t exist. Though it’s scary that they would even try, the idea of Texas lawmakers being unable to pin down a definition of sex that would exclude everyone they want from marriage makes me giddy. I love that it pushes the issue in to the light for them, and forces them to realize that they can’t have and eat their cake.

    I’m a legally-married lesbian trans woman in Utah. Back in 2008, when I started realizing that I’m trans, the first thing I did is come out to my cisgendered partner of three years. Luckily, she decided to stick it out with me. We got married last September, about two months before I got my legal gender marker switched from “M” to “F”. Convincing people that we’re actually married is a pain in the butt, but it’s worth it, and I feel extremely fortunate.

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