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A podcast about Gender, Identity, Orientation, and all the life that happens between them.
A podcast about Gender, Identity, Orientation, and all the life that happens between them.

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Friendly reminder: respect the stealth. Don't ever out anyone, by gender, orientation, or online presence.
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Jess says: I keep trying to post "http://TransPanTastic.net " and the last part keeps coming out ".ent" and now I want fanart of QAF ancient sentient treefolk. TransPanTastic Ents.
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Our newest #podcast episode is now up at TransPanTastic.net!

The kids are ridiculous. Parenting is bizarre. Making queer friends in the middle of nowhere is difficult. Poker isn't really a card game.
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Our newest #podcast episode is now up at TransPanTastic.net!

Most members of minority communities encounter experiences that they know wouldn't happen to members of the majority community or dominant demographic. "That wouldn't happen if..." or "They only say that because..." is not an uncommon refrain, not only among queer and trans communities, but also among POCs, religious minorities, and differently abled persons. Between Jess' new job and being percieved as a "girl", George's continuing experience as a man who was socialized female, and our experience raising children with unique challenges, we have our share of "unusual" experiences as well.
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Our newest #podcast episode is now up at TransPanTastic.net!

When George's ex (Child#2's other mom) accused Jess of abuse, everyone knew it was bunk, but nobody realized just how much trouble she would continue to make in the long run. But even when it's not being complicated by difficult adults, parenting is still hard, and as our two youngest become tweens, we are doing our best to continue to be good parents and good people.
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Jess has thought a lot about what it would mean to transition as a GQ/enby person. There are lots of templates for what a binary transition would look like, but few for those of us in the middle or elsewhere. Props to Tris for this discussion, three more voices in the wilderness.
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