Transfeminine Voice

Quinn’s guests for this episode are Dr. Joy Musser, Ph.D. CCC-SLP, a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist, and Gwendolyn Sierks, a trans woman with a passion for music. In our conversation, we talk about transfeminine’s voices and what does–and doesn’t!–work when a transfemme person/trans woman wants her speaking voice to sound more traditionally feminine. We also talk… Continue reading Transfeminine Voice

The Beauty in the World

Chijioke Williams (she/her) is a transfemme Chicago-based voiceover artist, writer, sound designer, podcast creatrix, and parkourist. Her new urban audio drama Between Heartbeats just dropped (mid-February 2023) and can be found on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and other podcast sources. In her All the Genders conversation with Quinn, she talks about her life, her identity, and her… Continue reading The Beauty in the World

Nonbinary, Fat, Radically Queer, Mexican-American Director

Rudy Ramirez (they/them) is an Austin-based director, writer, and educator. In this episode, they converse with Quinn about theater, fatness, aerial performance, Dungeons & Dragons, The Little Mermaid, the severely problematic play (and now movie) The Whale, the far more insightful play A Strange Loop, and much else. Here are some links to topics that… Continue reading Nonbinary, Fat, Radically Queer, Mexican-American Director

Big Bisexual Camp Counselor Energy

To find out more about Kirsten and some of the topics we discuss, check out Kirsten’s web site at Their Instagram account at Consent-Based Memes at Intimacy Coordinators of Color at … and if you’re interested in learning more about intimacy direction, here are some resources:

Pangender and Transfemme in Musical Theatre, Parts I and II

Canadian playwright, actor, producer, musical director, and transgender advocate Avery-Jean Brennan (they/them or she/her) joins Quinn for a two-part conversation about coming out twice, changing genders with an acting career already in progress, making queer theater, directing a trans-enhanced production of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, receiving anonymous hate mail just for being on stage,… Continue reading Pangender and Transfemme in Musical Theatre, Parts I and II

Genrequeer Writer of Kissing Books, Parts I and II

Alexis Hall, author of many wonderful queer genre novels, is Quinn’s guest for this special two-episode conversation about queerness, identity, publishing, inspiration, and affirmation. The full list of Alexis’s books can be found at on his Books page . A few that come up in the conversation include Alexis’ latest release, Paris Daillencourt Is… Continue reading Genrequeer Writer of Kissing Books, Parts I and II

Transgender Victorians on Stage

In this episode, Quinn’s guests are playwright Shualee Cook; director/producer/performer Theo Motzenbacker; and writer/director/performer Dean Grosbard, all of whom are helping bring to life Shualee’s remarkable play of trans experience in the 1890’s, Cercle Hermaphroditos, inspired by memoirs from the time. Cercle Hermaphroditos is available to read on NPX, the New Play Exchange at… Continue reading Transgender Victorians on Stage

Transition and Making Yourself Anew

Quinn’s guest is Dr. Jen Gonzalez, who talks about her road to understanding herself as a trans woman, coming out, teaching, HRT, trans politics, and more. For this episode, you can also view the view of our conversation on Jen’s YouTube channel at . Trigger warning: This episode includes discussion of child sexual abuse.

Undocumented Trans Latina Activist

In this episode, Quinn gets the opportunity to speak with the dynamic Jupiter Peraza, the Director of Social Justice and Empowerment initiatives for the San Francisco Transgender District, an area in San Francisco’s Tenderloin that is officially recognized by the city and that helps provide connection, continuity, and support for trans San Franciscans. Jupiter talks… Continue reading Undocumented Trans Latina Activist