In which Tuck whispers to you in their closet for what might be one four-minute run-on sentence.
This week, Tuck belatedly announces our latest grant program and mutual aid fund. (Applications due by 10/31.) Then, we listen to Jeffrey Masters interview Laverne Cox on acclaimed queer interview podcast LGBTQ&A.
This week, Tuck chats a bit before sharing an episode of the TransLash Podcast, a new show that covers news, culture and politics from a trans perspective, hosted by Peabody and Emmy-award-winning journalist Imara Jones.
This week, Tuck shares an excerpt from Transcripts, a new trans activism podcast by the Tretter Transgender Oral History Project.
In the Season 5 finale, we speak with audio producer, stand-up comic and drag queen Hideo Higashibaba (he/him). Topics include chosen family, transfemme men, and growing up in a cult. [CW: suicide (40-41:20)]
In this bonus episode, Tuck says hi because they miss you and everything happens so much.
This week, we speak with nonbinary advocate Addison Rose Vincent. Topics include rushing sororities, working at Disneyland, becoming a full-time trans advocate, and being a transfeminine person with a full beard.
Tuck rambles for 15 consecutive minutes (oops!), then shares their conversation with Callie Wright about media literacy, passive voice, “objectivity,” and whether you can trust media coverage of protests.
Tuck gives a quick overview of the many breaking trans news stories from the last few days. Then, we revisit our conversation with activist and labor organizer Alyssa Pariah (she/her).
This week, we speak with activist Vidhya Aravind. Topics include police abolition, activism as gender expression, and why nonprofits won't save trans people.