Welcome to Gender Reveal, a podcast about nonbinary and transgender folks. Join us as we interview notable trans guests, analyze current events, answer advice questions and get a little bit closer to understanding what the heck gender is.
Checking in with Carta Monir
Tuck catches up with zine-maker and pornographer Carta Monir (she/her). Topics include kink at pride, AIDS-era queer porn, topping fears, and CATS (1998).
Checking in with Kirby Conrod
Tuck catches up with nonbinary linguist Kirby Conrod (they/them). Topics include pronoun-go-arounds, wizard gender, neurodivergent life hacks, and gender as a social relationship.
grant deadline & other updates
Hey everyone! Sorry for the late notice, but our grant program is open now through April 30. More details in this tiny episode.
Tuck speaks with activist and author Jeffrey Marsh (they/them). Topics include Mr. Rogers, Tumblr, Buddhism, transphobic internet comments, Jeffrey's next book and more.
Francisco J. Galarte
Tuck speaks with Francisco J. Galarte (he/him). Dr. Galarte is the author of Brown Trans Figurations and a founding editor of TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly. Topics include the "x" in Latinx and the intersection of Chicanx and trans identities.
Tuck speaks with Torrey Peters (she/her), author of Detransition, Baby. Topics include t4t tattoos, real-life trans supervillains, disaster euphoria, writing better jokes, and much more.
Literally changed my life!
This is a brilliant podcast! The conversations each week are always nuanced and thought-provoking, and often funny too. You’re pretty much guaranteed to learn something new every week, and if, like me, you spend a lot of time thinking about gender, then this is a great companion to all that thinking!
Bonus - this podcast also helped me realise I’m non-binary. Pretty cool!
Also i think that gender is just for reproduction lol. Thats why males and females act differently. Just nature i guess. Kinda like male peacocks tend to show off more than the females, and they look different. Idek lol
how do you have people on who talk about "both sexes" and NOT correct them? you're contributing to intersex oppression. also intersex,asexual and aromantic people are queer so the opposite of queer isn't cishet but allodyacishet.