Transcaster Radio is a bi-weekly podcast about trans life and all the things that go along with it. Your host Kayden Taylor will bring you something new each episode, with different guests.
Episode 47 mixdown
Named by Book Riot as one of the six best books addressing healthcare system inequities, Bodies and Barriers: Queer Activists on Health is a collection of essays by 26 Queer activists from around the world and is the first book written by LGBT healthcare consumers to inform the healthcare system and make it work more equitably for all of us. The critically-acclaimed book is structured chronologically to take the reader on a journey through the major stages of life for LGBT people.
Queer Eye with Skyler Jay
Skyler Jay is a queer transgender activist, creative performer, and community keystone
with more than a decade of devoted influential work under his belt dating back to his
undergraduate time at the University of Georgia. In June of 2018, with the intention of bringing forth visibility for the Transmasculine community, Skyler shared his personal journey on Netflix’s Emmy award winning series, Queer
Eye. As the first Transgender person featured, he heartwarmingly entered households across
the globe, building a platform that he utilized to engage major news networks like NBC, NPR,
CBS and others to shed light onto the triumphs and struggles of being Transgender in America. You can follow his personal journey and keep up with his latest activism on instagram at @trans.ginger or visit his website at
https://skyler-jay-speaker.squarespace.com to review some of the latest press highlighting Skyler’s work in relation to transgender visibility, equality, and equity.
Abraham Dickison (he/him) is a Minneapolis, MN based entrepreneur, designer, and husband. A transman with a non-binary lean, because labels have never fit quite right, and overall queer person. Abraham is the owner of ABE Studios a design strategy agency that focuses on creating jobs with a compassion and understanding for the needs of trans folks, but really just jobs that allow employees to be people first. He is also the founder of Brave Bear, an organization that seeks to create opportunities to inspire moments of kindness and connection to strengthen the support circles of LGBTQ+ folks. Being a trans entrepreneur has been a struggle but he has learned that recognizing and having compassion for your challenges can take you a long way (and a bit of luck).
Kellen owns and operates My Spouti LLC, where he develops and markets innovative stand to pee devices and advocates in LGBTQ+ community spaces and events.Kellen presented his revolutionary STP device, Spouti™, and its 3D printer enabled prototyping...
Malcolm Ribot is, a trans man who is a community builder, avid hiker, graphic designer, artist, constant wanderer, wiggler, and man of trans experience. He was born in Maryland and grew up in PA, Germany, UT, IN, and IL – where he graduated with his...
Queer Kid Stuff
Lindsay ‘Lindz’ Amer creates LGBTQ+ and social justice media for kids and families. Through their multi-media production company, Queer Kid Creative, they write, produce, and co-host Queer Kid Stuff, an original LGBTQ+ educational webseries for all...