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In this months’ program, I’ll be interviewing a special guest, writer and Editor-in-Chief of the online publication Queer Black Millennial, Da’Shaun Harrison.
This evening I’ll tell you my process of coming out in the stages I did. Please pay attention to my story as it may explain the feelings your children may have if you suspect that they are in the closet and the transition of coming out to be themselves.
What is Dysphoria? Trans identity & Truscum/Transmedicalists
History of the word “Queer”, Why do I/others use queer? Why don’t others? TERFS, TWERFS, SWERFS…what are they? Rose McGowan and Obstacles that Trans folks must go through to access hormones.
Sexual assault continued, looking back, introspection, and forward. Let’s take a look at these violence pyramids and work our way away from them.
Tonight on Finding Me, Nemo reminds us that P does not stand for Pedophile, and S doesn’t stand for Sexual Assault in our Queer community alphabet.
:: What is Queerness caused by?
:: Queer Genes?
:: Metrosexuality/Compulsive Heterosexuality/Invalidation & Gatekeeping – Let people be who they are or are going to be!
:: You either are in touch with yourself emotionally and straight you’re whole life or realize you’re queer and either way nothing is wrong with you.
:: What made ME queer? How about you?
Tonight’s focus will be Black queer history, as it is in fact black history month (at the time of recording), so I’d like to point out some figures that I want to use as a way to look at how black queer issues matter today. Stonewall was not just the beginning.
This week on #FindingMe we’ll be talking about protests, the new president updates installed, & seeking intersectional feminism needed during the Women’s March