Saturday, 17 May 2014

Interview with JoAnne Wheeler Bland

Monika: Today's interview will be with JoAnne Wheeler Bland, a woman and a transgender activist, a practicing attorney for 44 years, former Special Justice on the Kentucky Supreme Court, former Vice-President of the Kentucky Fairness Alliance, current Board Member on the Fairness Campaign Coordinating Committee (in Louisville, Kentucky), current member of the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education's Committee on Equal Opportunity (the Diversity Committee), Keynote Speaker for the 27th Annual Kentucky Governor's Equal Employment Opportunity Conference whose topic was "The Transgender Worker", Frequent guest speaker at Women's and Gender Studies at Kentucky Universities, Frequent guest speaker at numerous Kentucky Universities (on the issue of Transgender), frequent guest speaker at PFLAG Meetings across Kentucky, studied Theology for 13 years, a former United Methodist Certified Lay Speaker, former Evangelist and Teacher, former Church Choir Member, architect and interior layout designer, interior decorator, consultant to Kentucky School Districts on Transgender students, consultant to Kentucky Courts on issues of Transgender, Counselor and Advisor to parents, adults and children regarding Transgender issues. Hello JoAnne!
 JoAnne: Thank you for interviewing me.

Tuesday, 13 May 2014

Interview with Claudia McKay

Monika: Today it is my pleasure and honour to interview Claudia McKay, a transgender activist from New Zealand, President of Agender New Zealand, a leading advocacy organisation for the trans community in Aotearoa, New Zealand. Hello Claudia!
Claudia: Hello Monika and thank you for this opportunity.
Monika: Could you say a few words about yourself?
Claudia: I am 57 years of age, born and raised in Wellington, New Zealand. When I left high school I spent the next 35 years as an artist, I painted and exhibited all that time and married Janet in 1995. We were together for 12-13 years and although now separated we are still very close.
It was Janet that came home one day with the idea that would eventually become Agender NZ. I began my transition at age 40 and have not had surgery. I have nothing against it, just never had enough money at one time and am always spending what I do have on clothes and shoes. My current work for Agender is unpaid so I work part time as a rental property inspector and also do some cleaning and gardening.

Sunday, 11 May 2014

Interview with Dee HunnyBuns

Monika: Today’s interview will be with Dee HunnyBuns, a young American video blogger that documents her transition on YouTube. Hello Dee!
Dee: Hi Monika, well let me just start off by saying thank you and I feel extremely honored to be a part of this website, I see so many admirable women and their stories and it just makes me feel great to see fellow trans-sisters who are strong, beautiful and inspirational.
Monika: Could you say a few words about yourself?
Dee: I am 24 years old, Mexican, born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona. I’m a licensed massage therapist and just finished school to get my license as a cosmetic laser technician. I’m a fan of all things beauty and really love the feeling of making other people feel beautiful. As a woman, I know how important feeling good in your own skin can be and want to help other women feel great in theirs as well.

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