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The Sex, Love, and Addiction: Healing Conversations for Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Men podcast, featuring Dr. David Fawcett, presents ongoing expert discussions highlighting the life concerns of gay, bisexual, and transgender men. Dr. Fawcett, Vice President of Clinical Programming for Seeking Integrity Treatment Centers, is a licensed psychotherapist and sexologist specializing in co-occurring addictions, notably paired drug use and sex (aka, chemsex). He is the author of Lust, Men, and ...
 
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Many trans folks struggle to engage with their sense of adulthood when their adolescence was full of the "wrong" milestones. Many folks who grew up with trauma struggle to fully experience their sense of adulthood when they were engaging with responsibilities much earlier than many of their peers. We, as parents, struggle with both of these challen…
 
When we scheduled our holiday celebrations early, we expected to be done with holiday stress early... which means we can get back to our normal un-holiday stress. George is preparing to go to the gynecologist, and that has caused him to pay more attention to other trans guys' online discussions of body dysphoria. We are here to share our entire int…
 
George got his blood work, and with fewer moments of cringe than last time. Then he got an email that made his blood boil, but he is on "vacation" right now (using up leave time before it dissolves at year-end) so he's got time to chill. Strongbad Emails are from the website Homestar Runner, at https://homestarrunner.com/. We are here to share our …
 
Festivus is almost a month away, but we have some grievances to air. George's testosterone is still difficult to obtain, then he got postal mail for his deadname from a university he attended NOT under that deadname. Jess has hard side-eye for Discovery's writers about unburying their queers again, and also for the "catering" service that didn't bo…
 
Between Child#2's quarantine after potential COVID-19 exposure, and George's experience processing ballots for the election, life keeps moving along as George keeps noticing other short guys with less-angular features. We are here to share our entire intersectional experience with anyone who finds it beneficial, but we want to know what you connect…
 
Jesus Aguais Founded Aid for AIDS International with the idea of collecting unused and unexpired HIV medication and sending it to HIV+ people in low-income countries who do not have access to these medications. Originally from Venezuela, Jesus moved to New York City in 1989 and has been involved in AIDS advocacy groups since then. Today, he shares …
 
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…
 
Going to the doctor for "preventative maintenance" is usually a good idea, whether it's the flu shot or the gynecologist. Voting is also good "preventative maintenance" for our government, it doesn't solve all the problems but it can help prevent more problems. Links we discussed:Queersplaining episode "civility" is at https://directory.libsyn.com/…
 
Episode Notes We're back! Updates on top stories from the past few months. Also, Yom Kippur means transgender people have lots of things to atone fore! Audio Effects Morse Code Vinyl Circus Marcus - Coldness of a hot summer night Duke Ellington and His Orchestra - Louisiana James Barbarossa - Four Traditional Jewish Shofar Calls or Blasts Cymbal ro…
 
George got some feedback on his self-introduction coming-out, and Jess sat thru a racial equity training at work. These experiences made us think about our own social and political leanings, how they became what they are, how we instill our values in our children, and how those values contrast with the smallish town we live in. We are here to share…
 
A few weeks ago (Episode #310), we discussed George's preparation for his "all about me" presentation in his weekly meeting, at which he would come out as trans to his colleagues. Today, we recap that experience. We are here to share our entire intersectional experience with anyone who finds it beneficial, but we want to know what you connect with …
 
Eddie Capparucci specializes in treating sexual and pornography addictions and is also the author of the new book, “Going Deeper: How the Inner Child Impacts Your Sexual Addiction.” In this episode, Eddie explains the 9 inner children a lot of men face, some of the common triggers, what to do when your inner child comes up, and how to make changes …
 
With three working adults in our household, we are privileged to each have a car. But when all three cars break down at the same time, of course they picked the time for which Jess' hysterectomy was scheduled. 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…
 
Mark Anthony Lord is a spiritual teacher and helps the LGBTQ community get in touch with their spiritual side. As a gay man, Mark Anthony was told all his life that he was unloveable and that God hated him. However, Mark Anthony decided he wasn’t going to let that narrative control him anymore. He wanted to be connected to a higher power, he wanted…
 
George has wanted, for a while now, to be more "out" at work. Recently a teambuilding activity was introduced that may provide him the opportunity, but an overthinker like him still struggles with making it happen. We are here to share our entire intersectional experience with anyone who finds it beneficial, but we want to know what you connect wit…
 
Testosterone HRT has been known to thicken the blood, and George's hematocrit numbers are up. Jess is getting their hysterectomy, and also needs to manage their bloodwork, especially since their IUD hormones lowered their "good cholesterol" HDL. COVID-19 is making everything harder, and Jess' surgery is scheduled for the first week of school, but w…
 
Carol Teitelbaum is a Licensed Therapist and has been practicing since 1985. She helps her patients with life issues such as addictions, relationship problems, low self-esteem, self-harm, and men surviving child abuse. She is also the Co-Founder of the Creative Change Conferences, a resource for those experiencing addiction, depression, and who are…
 
How do we help our child, who struggles to understand abstract concepts, realize that we won't like things just because they're about The Queers™? And when his other mom (who disappeared a year ago, after accusations of abuse didn't work out how she'd hoped) makes herself known again, how do we respond? And how do we help any other human ever, reco…
 
Episode Notes What movie couldn't be improved by learning that an existing main character was actually trans? And, a letter on letters. Audio Effects Morse Code Vinyl Star Wars fanfare I Am No Man - Lord of the Rings: Return of the King 12 Angry Men (1957) trailer Spud Murphy and his Orchestra Cymbal This podcast is powered by Pinecast.…
 
Suzie Le Brocq is a Board Certified Sex Therapist and Transgender Care Therapist. Suzie has worked in the addiction treatment field for more than 15 years. Currently, Suzie is working on and studying the psychosexual effects women have when they have an ostomy or another major surgery that can deform/change the body. Suzie shares what women typical…
 
When will we go back to work in our offices? Will George's change in Testosterone dose help his mood and functioning? When will our kids go back to school? Why does George's blood test show decreased kidney functioning? Is our new neighbor queer? So much uncertainty, but talking about it helps with the anxiety of it. We are here to share our entire…
 
Episode Notes A special report on how transgender people can stay stealth. Also, the latest updates on COVID-19. Audio Effects Vinyl background Morse code Rosemary John Kirby and His Orchestra - Coquette Cymbal roll This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
 
When new descriptive terms are championed by marginalized populations, the lifespan of those words is unknown. Eventually many of those words, however, become victims of the culture of marginalization and outlive their usefulness. Whether it's the change in language around ethnic minorities, gender and sexual minorities, or disability communities, …
 
Episode Notes A spike in searches for "Juneteenth porn" is unlikely to indicate that people are masturbating for social justice. And good riddance to racist statues. Audio Effects Vinyl background Morse code Bugle call Georgia - Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra Dukes of Hazzard - General Lee's Dixie Horn Cymbal roll This podcast is powered by Pineca…
 
Episode Notes JK Rowling casts takes aim at transgender people and casts wingardium transphobiosa. Also, the Trump Administration declares open season on LGBTQ health care. Audio Effects Vinyl background Morse code effects Harry Potter theme Record scratch Introduction to Serial podcast Al Donahue and his Orchestra Cymbal This podcast is powered by…
 
We believe that Black Lives Matter. Special needs parenting in a pandemic is somewhat prohibitive of attending marches or protests, so it's an odd feeling to be supportive from afar this round. That odd feeling, combined with the other oddities of our daily lives in quarantine, has caused George some strange stress dreams and given us cause to have…
 
Enod Gray is a clinical social worker, certified sex addiction therapist, and has been in this work for over 25+ years. Enod specializes in complex PTSD, childhood abuse and neglect, partner trauma, and more. Enod shares her thoughts on how gay men can find themselves and be true to themselves when they’ve grown up in a community that is homophobic…
 
Episode Notes Black lives matter. Moderates insist that property matters, too. Audio Effects Vinyl Background Morse Code Crying Baby Breaking Glass Battle Hymn of the Republic Dick Robertson Orchestra - By The River Saint Marie Birdsong Cymbal This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
 
Many studies have shown that working from home can be more productive than at centralized locations like an office. Lately, lots of folks have been multi-tasking while working from home, and when we had an appliance repair that needed doing, George thought he'd be able to manage it without any trouble. The universe thought differently. We are here …
 
Dave Watt is an Outreach Manager at Southwest Center and Founder of Team Friendly, a campaign to help end the stigma of HIV. When he was giving condoms out in bars to strangers, he felt like it was a bit too judgemental. It was hard to create a conversation around HIV and HIV prevention. This is why Team Friendly was born. Dave shares some of the t…
 
Episode Notes The Biden presidential campaign steams ahead, medical centers adjust to life under the dreaded coronavirus, and Brooklyn 99 is renewed for an eighth season. Sound Effects Vinyl background Morse code Baby Talk 2 and Baby Talk 3 Dick Robertson Orchestra - Moonlight Saving Time Hospital sick baby ward Cars across the city Brooklyn 99 the…
 
Because George is a civil servant, he is still working, even when gender makes things weird. Much of his job can be provided remotely, while simultaneously parenting and managing a challenging child's distance learning, but occasionally he does need to go to a place to do a thing. And of course, one place he had to go was a place where COVID-19 was…
 
Episode Notes How are niche publications like Guns and Ammo, Elevator World, and Onion World covering COVID-19? And a quick correction to a previous episode. Audio Vinyl background Morse code Vintage guns Indoor guns Slide Whistle Dick Robertson Orchestra - Aw You Dog Cymbal Rolls This podcast is powered by Pinecast.…
 
Bryson Kelpe is a nurse and a mental health counselor. Currently, he is working on creating a stigma recovery program for people living with HIV and struggling with mental health. Bryson is an American living in Germany with his husband and was crowned Germany’s Mr. Bear in 2020. He was also tested positive for the COVID-19 and shares his experienc…
 
"A case of the Mondays" is the fictional ailment one might experience in an office job upon returning from a weekend. So why do George's Mondays seem longer now that he's working from home? The Pronouns Song that Jess referenced can be found at youtube.com/watch?v=8Hb30PE1xgo. We are here to share our entire intersectional experience with anyone wh…
 
Episode Notes Governors around the country begin lifting stay-at-home orders. What does shopping for groceries look like in the time of COVID-19? Audio Vinyl Ambience Morse Code Translator Car Start Skid Crash Bowling Strike Take It Or Leave It - Colonial Standard Grocery store cash register Blaise Siwula & Sten Hostfalt - Stain Boogie Cymbal This …
 
Mama Mish here. In the lead up to Sydney’s iconic Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, I had the opportunity to speak to Keri Le Page, Inclusion & Diversity Partner at IBM ANZ on how more Australian organisations could adopt policies to better support LGBTQ employees and specifically those employees who are transitioning between genders. IBM is one of the r…
 
Episode Notes A look at cats fighting for social justice. Apple announces a new iPhone. Audio Background vinyl Morse Code Alewander - Switzerland Frog Legs Rag - James Scott Piano Concerto in G Major, Maurice Ravel Cymbal This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
 
It's George's 7th Manniversary! We talked about how things have changed over the past decade, as his hormones have changed, his body has changed, his brain has changed, and the way others perceive him has changed. We are here to share our entire intersectional experience with anyone who finds it beneficial, but we want to know what you connect with…
 
Dr. David Malebranche is a Board Certified Internist and HIV specialist who worked in academia as a clinician-investigator with Emory University’s Division of Medicine from 2001 to 2012. Currently, Dr. David serves as an Associate Professor for the Morehouse School of Medicine. Today’s topic covers Dr. David’s relationship with his father, how to b…
 
Some months back, we thought it might be fun to plan something for our 300th episode. In the meanwhile, a global pandemic has basically cancelled all plans. George has been on testosterone for almost seven years, but survived an estrogen-dominated body and social standing for decades prior, so it still catches him off guard sometimes to be perceive…
 
While quarantined with a small human, George got to work mostly from home. Jess didn't, but they were only a little put out by it. Not only did Child#2's other mom decide to show back up after half a year starting drama again, but the boy decided to express curiosity about George's genitals. For previous notable instances of the "Dick Patrol", see …
 
Reality is, some people are transgender. But what that means to each trans person is highly subjective. We discussed the way our gender affects the ways we interact with one another and the world, how we live up to social norms and cultural expectations, and how we sometimes choose not to. We are here to share our entire intersectional experience w…
 
We went to Gallifrey One, as we do every year in February. We help out some behind the scenes, and pay attention to the ways the LGBTQIA+ community is welcomed into the con. Between bringing the pronoun ribbons, parenting from afar, noticing women having apprehensive reactions to George's (cis-passing but intentionally visibly trans) masculinity, a…
 
It often strikes George as slightly odd, how folks treat him now, compared to how they treated him prior to transition. It strikes him as downright bizarre, however, the excessively gendered ways in which they reinforce the genderedness of those interactions, especially after having had them pointed out. Whether it's at work, or at his endocrinolog…
 
Sometimes we have time and energy to devote to gender- and transition-related topics. Sometimes we have time and energy to use on our own personal development and enrichment. Other times, things like parenting take up all of our cognitive bandwidth. And with the challenges we've been experiencing recently, that parenting thing has gotten somewhat o…
 
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