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Aiden Xavier McCool, husband of Marissa Alexa McCool (Inciting Incident, The Cis Are Getting Out of Hand), starts his own podcast about specifically transmasculine issues.
 
Welcome to the podcast show for Transgender Men, FTM, Female to Male, you know - Trans Guys! FTM related topics are discussed, and there are also guests from time to time who come on and share their stories as well.
 
A podcast by and for FTM transgender guys. Micah talks short musings about his social transition, the bureaucratic messiness of transitioning, and the daily struggle and grind. Discourse abounds... continue the conversation by calling in or messaging Micah on tumblr. Updates every Friday!
 
Bailey interviews her friends and peers involved in the realms of spirituality and/or human sexuality! You'll meet mediums, psychics, sex educators, and more!
 
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Trans(re)lating
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A place to ask questions and share experiences about being transgender
 
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The Strong Stance
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Uplifting the issues, voices, and lived experiences of the transgender community.
 
ABOUT T-TIME with JOSHUA D. LAMBERTT-Time with Joshua D. Lambert is an upcoming weekly podcast that focuses on transgender-related subjects. From laws concerning transgender people to dealing with certain aspects of a gender transition, the topics to be discussed are plentiful. Although based in a small New Hampshire city, Lambert aims to take on and talk about transgender issues from all around the world. Once the podcast has been up for a few weeks, he hopes to open a subscription based se ...
 
A podcast about gender, identity, orientation, and all the life that happens around them! George is an FtM transgender man, Jess is his pansexual genderqueer wife; they talk parenting, work, and such.
 
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Checking In
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A podcast about transitioning, mental health, and friendship. Join us as we check in about our journeys, and some lighter stuff too.
 
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Transition Matrix
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FTM transition talk, and music.
 
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You've heard me (Kameron) say Scout's name several times as he is a patron of the show, but in this week's episode he's also the guest! While at the Philadelphia Transgender Wellness Conference Scout and I met and recorded this episode. He talks about his business, products, and the future of the products. Want to check out his store? CLICK HER ...…
 
Support this show at patreon.com/fortransmen
 
Support this show at patreon.com/fortransmen
 
In this episode of the podcast I talk about my 1st Consultation for Phalloplasty with Dr. Berli at OHSU. I give you updates about my healing from my hysterectomy and talk about my T levels. You'll find out where I am with my testosterone levels. Support the Podcast at Patreon, by becoming a Patron! Check out the Trans SWAG stores: https://trans ...…
 
This is a rant about visibility, representation, and some recent casting choices.Feel free to support the show on Patreon at patreon.com/fortransmen, or send me an email if you have questions or comments.Music: ‘My Hands’ by Neil Swanger, used with permission.Produced by Marissa Alexa McCool and Prisswww.patreon.com/fortransmenfortransmenpodcas ...…
 
Kameron answers the questions on the podcast to his OHSU Phalloplasty Questionnaire. Support the show and BECOME A PATRON. Visit the website. Follow on Instagram or Twitter. Check out the merchandise at the Trans SWAG Store or other LGBT related things at the TransSwagSwag.com shop. Watch this video and others on the YouTube channel.…
 
Here is the second half of my talk on one geisha culture.Feel free to support the show on Patreon, or send me an email if you have questions or comments.Music: ‘My Hands’ by Neil Swanger, used with permission.Produced by Marissa Alexa McCool and Prisswww.patreon.com/fortransmenfortransmenpodcast@gmail.comThis podcast is a part of the Trans Podc ...…
 
I'm pleased to announce that FTM is going weekly!This week I talk about the state of things for a bit, and dive into one of my favorite subjects: Geisha culture! You can hear the whole talk ad-free on my patreon. Please email me if you have any questions or need help.Music: ‘My Hands’ by Neal Swanger, used with permission.Produced by Marissa Al ...…
 
Do you have shot anxiety? In this episode I share advice and tips on how to overcome this and start giving yourself your injections. GO HERE to see what medical supplies you can purchase yourself from Amazon. If you find value in the show, please consider being a Patreon, or give a rating/write a review. Be Sure to follow TransSwag on Instagram ...…
 
Oh, wait, it's pride month? Jess' history with pride events is fairly limited, but George has been to many over the years. From "accidentally" attending a parade in Chicago as an egg-mode high-schooler, to bar hopping in Hawaii, to the first Dyke March in San Francisco, to Child#2 walking in the Trans March in his socks, he's been around the bl ...…
 
Kameron talks about braving the men's bathroom when you are a transguy and maybe are either pre-t or just recently started testosterone (HRT). He shares a couple of stories of bad experiences using the women's restroom shortly after starting T, and gives advice and tips about using the men's room. Become a PATRON Shop at the NEW Store Check out ...…
 
MJ joins me (Kameron) on this week’s episode and we talk about various packers and the EZP Stand To Pee device as well as MJ’s hysterectomy hiccup with insurance issues delaying his upcoming procedure. Watch the video of this episode. Watch the VLOG of our day kayaking. Support the show by being a Patron. Visit the website. MJ on Instagram Kame ...…
 
While trying to manage George's mom's health care (in between all the other nonsense we deal with on a regular basis) we realized that his straight white male privilege doesn't go as far in female-led settings as it does in more heterogeneously gendered settings. Between her previously mentioned broken shoulder, three hospital visits, uncontrol ...…
 
Dysphoria sucks. As a genderqueer person, some of our culture's homophobic and transphobic framing of fluidity has seeped into Jess' psyche, as evidenced by their reaction to a recent discussion about their dysphoria. Jess' dysphoria as a nonbinary person is different from George's dysphoria as a binary trans man, but they share some similariti ...…
 
In this episode Kameron talk about all things hair. Giving advice and tips on what has worked for him both while on Testosterone and pre T and discussing things that some of you brought up via Instagram. Visit the website, support the show on Patreon, or give a rating/write a review. Be Sure to follow TransSwag on Instagram or Twitter. Shout ou ...…
 
In this week's show MJ is back and he's not just here for one more show. We get caught up on the change in MJ's testosterone doses, and why I (Kameron) headed back to the emergency room a week after my hysterectomy! Support the show on PATREON Visit the website or store. Watch this conversation on YouTube. Be Sure to follow TransSwag on Instagr ...…
 
George's mom broke her shoulder, Child#2's other mom also had a medical emergency, and both of these things happened on the same day that George had two appointments and Child#2 had one. George's anxiety has anxiety, his mom still can't use the right pronouns and doesn't even recognize him half the time when she percieves him as male, but he st ...…
 
Kameron talks about his hysterectomy surgery experience and how he’s holding up with recovery in this week's episode of the podcast. Visit the website, support the show on Patreon, or give a rating/write a review. Be Sure to follow TransSwag on Instagram or Twitter. Shout out to JERI and TERRENCE for being $3+ patrons and helping keep the show ...…
 
Introduction, 9 day voice comparison
 
We have the busy. We had bed bugs. We have less furniture. The changing furniture is not related to the bed bugs. We have still more busy. When we're not busy managing bed bugs, or giving our kid's other mom's old furniture back to her, or parenting, or working, sometimes we like to relax with a book, a movie, a podcast, or a TV show. Media we ...…
 
Can you believe you've been listening to me ramble on for a year now!? On one hand it seems like just yesterday I started sharing my journey. But it also feels like so much has happened that it's been even longer than a year! Thanks Terrence for being the 1st $3 patron! Visit the website, support the show on Patreon, or give a rating/write a re ...…
 
Kameron talks about his preparation for his upcoming hysterectomy in this week's episode of the podcast. Visit the website, support the show on Patreon, or give a rating/write a review. Be Sure to follow TransSwag on Instagram or Twitter.
 
Our challenges are "mildly" increased lately, and by "mildly" we mean completely and entirely. Just like Jess is "mildly" tech-addicted, and George is "mildly" overscheduled. But we stay afloat as we usually do, with lots of "mild" coping humor and the blessing of therapists who aren't gender-dumb. We are here to share our entire intersectional ...…
 
Kameron gives tips and advice on ways to cope with dysphoria in this week's episode of the podcast. Watch this show or past shows on the TransSwag YOUTUBE CHANNEL. Visit the website, support the show on Patreon, or give a rating/write a review. Be Sure to follow TransSwag on Instagram or Twitter.
 
George and Jess have been like ships passing in the night lately, often near but rarely interacting with one another, because of extra responsibilities and challenging circumstances. So today, at a distance, we engaged in some "first date" conversation starters, just to re-engage with one another and make sure we could have a conversation. We a ...…
 
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While we were at Gallifrey One, we got the opportunity to sit down with one member of the amazing queer Doctor Who pocast, The Web Of Queer. Mikayla is a non-binary aromantic asexual from Ontario, Canada. They were introduced to Doctor Who in 2007, when they started watching it out of self defence in their first year of university. Much to thei ...…
 
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Getting ready to go to Gallifrey One, like any time we need to leave our kids and other responsibilities behind, is always a challenge. It's our one time each year that we genuinely reserve for only ourselves, but we never get to be actually responsibility-free, and it's sometimes more work to prepare the responsibilities to be left than it wou ...…
 
When Jess and George first met, George noted Jess' odd inability to notice or remember certain details unless they were pointed out. They could tell you the title of that one Star Trek episode with "that one thing that did the thing", but they couldn't remember where they put their glasses or when their next staff meeting was supposed to be. Th ...…
 
We're blessed today to speak with our favorite "cissy", Peterson Toscano. Through his one-person comedies and lively lectures, he has delighted audiences throughout North America, Europe, and Africa as he takes on social justice concerns. His plays and talks humorously explore the serious topics of LGBTQ issues, sexism, racism, privilege, gende ...…
 
The holidays happened. As often, in blended families, they happened on the "wrong" day. As often, in *our* family, they came with the usual nonsense of crazy old people, crazy small people, and Jess and George trying not to catch the crazy. Then George took Child#2 and hopped on a plane to his sister's house, where things were amazingly heteron ...…
 
George's male privilege has, generally, made his life easier at work, but there are some ways in which the changes haven't made his job easier. Jess' new position has also had gendery oddness, and they have noticed many more effects of privilege, both from gender and from class. But as a teacher, Jess is happy to have created a culture in their ...…
 
Support this show at patreon.com/fortransmenThis episode, Aiden wraps up the year from the front porch. This show is part of The Trans Podcaster Visibility Initiative.
 
After her eye surgery, George got five calls in three days from his mother, who really should've called 911 instead of him each time. Jess should know by now to expect George's elderly and increasingly senile relatives to act like toddlers. It shouldn't come as a surprise to them when his aunt has a temper tantrum, or when his mother refuses to ...…
 
You're sure to enjoy this episode of the podcast. Thanks for sharing your story Daniel! You can always visit the website to learn more. Follow the show on social media. On Instagram or Twitter Join the community of other awesome trans guys in the Facebook Group Email me with any questions you want to have answered on the podcast and in these vi ...…
 
Flamingoes? Meh. Depression and transition. They are things. They affect one another. George shares his experiences. Jess pokes him. We have a conversation about depression and gender dysphoria. Can you hear George's brainfog? And what is "Gender Lite"? Or is it "GenderLight!!!"? Could we hang Gender Lights on the awning when the Christmas Ligh ...…
 
Support this show at patreon.com/fortransmenIn this episode, Aiden discusses those coming out with allegations, and why it's important to step up, listen, and believe people. This show is part of the Trans Podcaster Visibility Initiative.
 
George's health has been a challenge for some months now, but things are looking up. Which is good, because his insurance is changing, and it'd be a real challenge to adapt to new providers while still trying to manage that crisis. We are here to share our entire intersectional experience with anyone who finds it beneficial, but we want to know ...…
 
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Support the show at patreon.com/fortransmenThis show is part of the Trans Podcaster Visibility Initiative
 
Follow MJ on Instagram Want to read the book he recommended? Parrot Fish http://amzn.to/2zyUnD9 WATCH this episode on Youtube! Want to be one of the first Patrons and help me keep this podcast a float? CLICK HERE If you have any questions or want to be a guest? Email me at TransSWAGpodcast@gmail.com Visit the store to get some "Merch" (as the c ...…
 
No, not that Manning. We're verbing nouns, like "adulting" and "friending", and Ms. Manning is decidedly and intentionally not manning. George, on the other hand, totally is, and has reached that point of passing where everyone acknowledges that he is male, without consciously acknowledging anything at all. From children at a fair to colleagues ...…
 
It’s been 18 years since I stepped on campus as a freshman at the University of Alabama as a teenage queer kid. A lot has changed since that day. On this episode of The Strong Stance, I explore the strides the campus and the town of Tuscaloosa have made, while celebrating the 15th anniversary of UA Safe Zone, which I co-founded in 2002, Homecom ...…
 
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