Saturday, 14 December 2013

Interview with Bianca Lewis


Monika: Today’s interview will be with Bianca Lewis, a video blogger that documents her transition on YouTube. Hello Bianca!
Bianca: Hi Monika, and everybody, glad to share my views with you today.
Monika: Could you say a few words about yourself?
Bianca: Well – I am definitely not defined by transition. Being female has always been a part of me that has experienced amazing journeys. I grew up in Apartheid South Africa, experienced bacterial meningitis with coma, then paralysis in a wheel chair for a year, love, divorce, death of almost all my family, the Middle East, war – and that is the just the start of what has made me, well…me.

Thursday, 12 December 2013

Interview with True Scarlet


Monika: Today’s interview will be with True Scarlet, a video blogger that documents her transition on YouTube. Hello True Scarlet!
True Scarlet: Hello Monika, I’m glad to be here.
Monika: Could you say a few words about yourself?
True Scarlet: Well, my name is Arrietta. I am 30 years old, born and raised in Florida USA. I have worked as a Facility Maintenance supervisor in a drug and alcohol treatment center for the past six years. I enjoy running, hiking, and spending time with my friends. I can be over focused from time to time and often spend hours lost in whatever I happen to get into at the time; usually games or reading.

Interview with Jenna Arriving1


Monika: Today’s interview will be with Jenna Arriving1, a video blogger that documents her transition on YouTube. Hello Jenna!
Jenna: Hello Monika. Just to say that Jenna is an alias I use online and it’s not my real name.
Monika: Could you say a few words about yourself?
Jenna: Well, I am 38, single and now living in London UK. I live full time as a woman and started by medical transition in Oct 2011. I have been living full time as a woman for one year. I initially transitioned as a teenager age 16 and continued for 2 years until after my 18th birthday. Sadly I detransitioned due to ill health and other pressures. I restarted my transition aged 36.

Wednesday, 11 December 2013

Interview with Jessica Tiffany


Monika: Today’s interview will be with Jessica Tiffany, a young video blogger that documents her transition on YouTube. Hello Jessica!
Jessica: Hi Monika! Thanks for interviewing me for your site!
Monika: Could you say a few words about yourself?
Jessica: I’m a 27 year old transgirl, I started on hormones almost 2 years ago and I’ve been living full-time as a woman for over a year. I’m much happier now then I was before, I love being female.

Interview with Meggan Sommerville


Monika: Today’s interview is with Meggan Sommerville, a transgender advocate and activist from the USA. Hello Meggan!
Meggan: Hi Monika. I am honored you chose to pick me to be included in this awesome group of people.
Monika: Your professional experience cover a wide range of jobs: a veterinary technician in the Western suburbs of Chicago, an EMT/Paramedic, EMS instructor, and a paid on call firefighter for Bolingbrook , Illinois. Which did you like most?
Meggan: Well, to be perfectly honest, I loved them all. They all had their own ups and downs, but I am very thankful for each one of those jobs. Each job allowed me to better myself, challenge myself, they stretched my abilities and at the same time I was able to do something that truly made a difference.

Monday, 9 December 2013

Interview with Michelle Hendley


Monika: Today’s interview will be with Michelle Hendley, a young actress and video blogger that documents her transition on YouTube. Hello Michelle!
Michelle: Hello!
Monika: Could you say a few words about yourself?
Michelle: Hmm, well I am 22 years old, I live in Missouri (USA) and I am a cosmetology student.

Sunday, 8 December 2013

Interview with Louise Hannon


Monika: Today’s interview is with Louise Hannon, a transgender advocate and activist, photographer from Ireland. Hello Louise!
Louise: Hello Monika!
Monika: Could you say a few words about yourself?
Louise: I've been asked this kind of question before, but how do you describe yourself? Probably other people would describe me much better. I'm passionate about equality and justice where I see something which I feel is wrong. Be that economically or physically wrong in my eyes. I tend to confront injustice. I was very much the same all my life but it's only in recent times that I have been able financially and in my private life to have had the spare time to do what I do.

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