Author: Callie Wright

  • saving derby’s soul

    Roller Derby has been an amazing place for me to exist as a queer and trans person. It hasn’t always been that way. Not for everyone. This week I’m talking […]

  • who says i was thinking?

    I have another super important anniversary coming up. I tell the story of how Celes and I met and our first date pretty often. It was even an episode of […]

  • saying it out loud

    National Coming Out Day is this Friday. So here’s a thing. Support via Patreon: Support via Paypal: Music by Cloudkicker, used under Creative Commons

  • identity and boundaries and dating, oh my!

    A few months ago, I did an Ask Callie episode, where folks sent in questions to get advice on things they were struggling with in their lives. I thought it […]

  • the black trans project

    We hear lots of stories about black trans women dying. We don’t hear so much about black trans women living. This week I talk to someone who’s doing something about […]

  • two a**holes and a website

    This week, my talk from The Triangle Freethought Society near Raleigh, NC. Three case studies and a moral argument as to why deplatforming and violent resistance are effective and morally […]

  • Abhilasha

    Names are a big freakin deal. And this week I’m sharing the story of one person who has a particularly cool story behind hers <3 Support the show: Music […]

  • requeered tales

    Literature is super important. And this week I’m going to turn you on to someone who’s doing some pretty cool work to preserve the LGBTQ community’s literary history. […]

  • 10-8: how scared should we be?

    Some important stuff is happening at The United States Supreme Court on October 8th. The question: does the 1964 Civil Rights act protect LGBTQ folks from employment discrimination. Lots of […]

  • Ashton P Woods – what about today?

    Ashton P Woods is a man with a lot going on and a lot to say. He was good enough to give me some of his time when we were […]