A podcast about gender, identity, orientation, and all the life that happens around them!
George is a straight FtM transgender man. Jess is his pansexual nonbinary/genderqueer wife. Together they talk about transition, marriage, transition, parenting, transition, working in the public sector, transition, friendships, and did we mention transition?
TPT#317 - Picture is Unrelated
Is it Festivus yet? We have some grievances to air.
TPT#316 - Disassembly Line
George helped process ballots, Child#2 is quarantined, and we keep noticing other short guys.
TPT#315 - How To Work A Zoom
As George was considering a potential promotion opportunity, he was also considering how his still-new-and-strange male privilege affected that prospective interview. Jess, on the other other hand, was considering how being out about their genderqueer status would make office interactions different in a potentially emotionally charged situation. We're both still working remotely, so that adds another layer of oddity to the entire situation, but we're making the best of it as we are able.
We are here to share our entire intersectional experience with anyone who finds it beneficial, but we want to know what you connect with the most. You can let us know by clicking to a one-question anonymous survey at vote.pollcode.com/32371374. If you have a request/suggestion that isn't listed, comment!
We can be found online at TransPanTastic.net, you can email us at TransPanTastic@gmail.com, and "TransPanTastic" is searchable on most social networks. We would love to hear from you, so let us know what you think or what you want to hear about!
TPT#314 - The Next Right Thing
"Preventative maintenance" could mean the gynecologist or the voting booth.
TPT#313 - Bits and Bobs
George got feedback on his coming out, and politics are a thing.
TPT#312 - A Double Take or A Jaw Drop
George came out to his colleagues during an icebreaker activity.
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This has help so much I’m pansexual.!
I love that this podcast is about the trans experience; but it is also about two people who love each other, just trying to get through this crazy thing called life. As someone who is non binary, the fact that a show like this exists means a lot to me.
They talk about their life and just normalize being trans and non-binary. Also, Jess is the first non-binary teacher besides Vesper I’ve heard of so it makes me very happy. Also, they normalize disability, even if I have different ones then their kids but it made me feel very affirmed as a enby/disabled person.