Saturday, 16 February 2013

Interview with Diamond Stylz

Monika: Today’s interview will be with Diamond Stylz, an American singer, transgender activist, and vlogger. Hello Diamond!
Diamond: Hello Monika, darling. I am so glad to be here.
Monika: What are you doing these days?
Diamond: Well I am loving and living life. In my free time I'm doing video for my vlog, shopping and hanging out with my friends. My day job is retail management for a popular body care line here in America. That job is just to pay the bills.
As far as my music, I am still in a space of creating and getting better. I'm honing my craft by writing more and more in the hopes that I will be able to get some financial support to produce an album of my own original work.
I am building my presence as a transgender woman in the social media arena. There are so few examples of non-sexual role models for transwomen. I want to be one of them.

Thursday, 14 February 2013

Interview with Lana Moore

Monika: Today’s interview will be with Lana Moore, a female firefighter, transgender activist and surely a transgender icon!
Lana: I'm not sure that many would consider me an "icon" but I’m flattered just the same, and happy to participate. Thank you very much for thinking of me!
Monika: What are you doing these days?
Lana: Just trying to live my life, most of the turbulence from transition has subsided, the dust is finally settling, and things seem to have returned to “normal.” Running a fire station and a household takes quite a bit of mental and physical energy.
I’m not quite as active in the trans community, however, my daughter, who is a psychology major, is working with me on a workshop presentation for the TransOhio Symposium coming up in April. We want to share our story of transitioning together as a family.

Wednesday, 13 February 2013

Interview with Carla Lewis

Monika: Hello Carla! It is a sheer pleasure to interview you. Welcome to the "The Heroines of My Life".
Carla: Truthfully, I’m honoured that anyone would care to know about me.
Monika: Honest as usual! What are you doing these days?
Carla: The only recent significant change in my life was a closed head injury as a result of a rear-end collision in December of last 2011. I’m plagued with constant migraine-like head pain that makes it difficult to do some of the things I normally take for granted. That aside, I’m part owner of a small computer service company. That keeps me busy during business hours.
When I’m not at work, I enjoy the hell out of science fiction and fantasy movies, hero comics, and a new-found love of sewing and cosplay. The highlight of every year is now our annual trip to Dragon*Con in Atlanta, Georgia where I get to dress up as my favourite super heroine, Power Girl, and Jaime gets to be whichever hero I feel like creating for her.

Tuesday, 12 February 2013

Interview with Danielle Bergan

Monika: Today’s interview will be with Danielle Bergan, the author of “It's Always Okay To Be Me: A Journey to Recovering Lost Hope”. Hello Danielle!
Danielle: Aloha Monika! I hope you are well.
Monika: What are you doing for a living these days?
Danielle: Well, as a writer, we do whatever we can, you know, “the starving artist.” I am still writing and trying my hand at working for New York Life. They have helped so many people over the past few centuries I was attracted to their ethics. I’m also working in a small restaurant as a cashier. Both jobs involve helping people; which is exactly why I wrote my book.
Monika: Why did you decide to write an autobiographical book?
Danielle: I wanted to share my story to the world for a few reasons, but mainly to help others. My story is not just for the transsexual who still suffers but for anyone who is living a life addicted to drugs or alcohol.

Monday, 11 February 2013

Interview with Gina Grahame

Monika: Today’s interview will be with Gina Grahame, an American businesswoman and writer. Hello Gina!
Gina: Hello Monika! 
Monika: What are you doing these days?
Gina: I’m a Global Sales Manager for a worldwide media company, specializing in the videogame industry.
Monika: You are involved in one project titled The Association of Transgender Professionals. How is it progressing?
Gina: It’s progressing well though my involvement is actually quite minimal. The group was in need of a corporate identity so I established an online contest whereby interested persons could enter their logo designs and association members would choose a winner. To stay true to the association’s core principal of financial equality, I initiated a cash prize for the winner. The charting of the groups course is in the very capable hands of others.

Interview with Fiona Solis

Monika: Today’s interview will be with Fiona Solis, a model and business woman from the Philippines. Hello Fiona!
Fiona: Hi Monika!
Monika: What are you doing these days?
Fiona: As for now I am preparing for the upcoming commercial, photo shoot and beauty pageant.
Monika: You are a successful model. Could you say a few words about your modelling? 
Fiona: Thank you for that. I am really having fun right now as a model. I am grateful for the things that are happening right now.

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