Change is the only constant and is something we all have to deal with. As a trans person I am doing this podcast as a lead up to my forthcoming book “Like A Butterfly: Leaving the Cocoon”. I'm writing this book in hopes that my story will help guide trans folks as well as our family members, friends, lovers and anyone else who recognizes that our society has changed and that we too must change with it. If you are a Cis person (not trans), this book Will help you let go of rigid rules for performing gender and discover a more authentic expression of yourself and allow others to do the same.
"Living in Glass Jars" is the title to one of the chapters in my forthcoming memoir "Like A Butterfly". This chapter focuses on the days during my transition where I was sort of living in a glass jar of privilege. A handsome man found me crawling towards my destiny and took me home, put me in a glass jar and allowed me to spin my cocoon and transition in a safe environment. Because of this I experienced a lot of privileges that my trans brothers and sisters do not typically experience. I learned a lot of hard lessons, but I learned them through one man over the course of several years instead of playing the game of Russian Roulette that is dating while trans.
The Spread - Illinois Medicaid to cover gender reassignment surgery and a 22 black trans woman named Muhlaysia Booker is attacked "mob-style" in Dallas Texas.
Support black trans author Dane Figueroa Edidi by buying her book, "FOR BLACK TRANS GIRLS WHO GOTTA CUSS A MOTHERFUCKER OUT WHEN SNATCHING AN EDGE AIN'T ENOUGH".
In an increasingly on-demand environment, we see in almost every lane, in every industry people wanting to get in the game and go after their dreams, but not willing to take the time that is necessary to go through the process of becoming that which they wish to become. In this episode Angelica Ross uses her transition as a trans woman to connect to ways we all can make peace with the process of becoming the highest best form of ourselves.
Full Party Foul Radio Interview: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/actress-angelica-ross-freedom-of-speech-doesnt-mean_us_5a1a5cb5e4b0250a107c000c
Welcome to Episode 2, The Q&A followup to Episode 1 “Introducing Like A Butterfly” a prequel to my forthcoming memoir “Like A Butterfly: Leaving the Cocoon” 🦋. In this episode we hear from my mother, a trans woman who is stealth and trying to find a balance to support the community, as well as questions about how to deal with unaccepting parents. Get your tissue for this issue girl!
Introducing my brand new podcast “Like A Butterfly”. In this episode I explain why I started this podcast as a prequel to my forthcoming book “Like A Butterfly: Leaving the Cocoon”, why I’m writing this book, as well as tell you why I changed the titled from “Stilettos”. I also read from a small section of the book after which listeners will be able to submit their questions and hear my answers in a follow up Q&A episode for each episode that is release.