A Minnesota Trans-Atheist : Transgender Atheism Science Skepticism Advocacy
About This Show
Maddy Love, transwoman living in Minnesota, talks with and about people in the trans, atheism, skepticism, and science communities. Then, since there's no one to stop her, she talks about anything else she finds interesting or irritating - like podcast hosts writing summaries in 3rd person.
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Ep 38 Aro / Ace Education with Mikayla
Call the show at 612-643-1108 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/transatheistpod Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/transatheistpod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/transatheistpod/ Main show page is http://www.thequeerlife.org/category/transatheistpod/ No iTunes? Download here: The Trans Lifeline is http://www.translifeline.org/ US: (877) 565-8860 and Canada: (877) 330-6366 Quick links: 01:20 Message for the Queer Community 05:45 Mikayla 40:41 4th Curtis Mikayla is part of one my favorite podcasts, The Web of Queer. I had the pleasure to have the entire cast of The Web of Queer on this very show back in April of 2015. For those unfamiliar, The Web of Queer is a Doctor Who fan podcast that reviews the show, but also looks at current and past radio and television episodes from a queer perspective. While they are huge fans of the show, who are never afraid to tell you how great Doctor Who is, they also never shy away from criticizing when the canonical Who-verse use an old and problematic queer trope or when Whovian fans wrongly try and pin queer labels on The Doctor themself. About a year and a half ago The Web of Queer dedicated about 30 minutes to discussing asexuality and aromanticism, and the misapplication of this label to The Doctor. As someone who identifies as an asexual / aromantic person Mikayla did a wonderful job educating the audience on what those labels mean. She opened my eyes a bit, and showed me how ignorant I was about the feelings and struggles of those who identify with The Forgotten Letter. Music: Opening and bumper music is provided courtesy of Obsidian Shell. Find them at http://www.obsidianshell.com/ where you can download and purchase their fantastic music. The featured closing music for this episode is by 4th Curtis. The bio on their home page describes them as : 4th Curtis is St. Paul’s premier all-trans indie pop band. Originally the solo p
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Interviews and opinions about current events. Always appreciate hearing from people and organizations in Minnesota, across the United States, and occasionally from around the world.
Date published: 2014-10-16