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Healthcare issues faced by transgender people

October 2022 — Trans people can face enormous discrimination.  What happens when it affects their medical care?  Narrated by Carys; written by Andrew.

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Using religion to justify discrimination

August 2022 — Should LGBTQ people lose our right to be treated equally under the law in order to avoid offending some people’s religious beliefs?

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Experiencing gender from both sides

October 2022 — OutCasting youth broadcaster Declan was born and raised as a girl, but he’s trans masculine.  What has he found out from living on both sides of the gender "fence"?


 


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LGBTQ youth at risk

September 2022 — Statistics show that LGBTQ youth are at much higher risk of self-harm than non-LGBTQ youth.  But sometimes, as Isha says, bad things can happen even when things seem to be OK.

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OutCasting 23 — "Queering History"

A reading of the play "Queering History," written by Maggie Keenan-Bolger with homeless LGBTQ youth.

July 16, 2014


On this episode of OutCasting, we present an abridged reading of the play, "Queering History," written by Maggie Keenan-Bolger with homeless LGBTQ youth.  The play illustrates the effects of the exclusion of LGBTQ history in our schools.

Coincidentially, three years ago, on July 14, 2011, the Fair, Accurate, Inclusive, and Respectful (FAIR) Act was signed into law in California, ending the exclusion of LGBTQ history in California schools. On an earlier edition of OutCasting, we spoke about the law with its sponsor, Cal. State Sen. Mark Leno.

On the next episode, to be posted on July 23, 2014, OutCaster Travis will talk with Maggie about the play.

"Queering History" was recorded in the OutCasting studio with actors Maggie Keenan-Bolger, Ria Cooper, Liz Parker, Tim Connell, J'nelle Chelune, Nathan Gregory, Kirsten Benjamin, and Cheo Bourne.

"Queering History" was written by Maggie Keenan-Bolger with homeless LGBTQ youth.  This program was produced by OutCasting youth participants Lester, Nicole, Sydney, Travis, and Josh.  OutCasting's executive producer is Marc Sophos.

 


 

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