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June 1, 2018 @ 3:00 pm

Katie Rain Hill


Author, activistand super wonderful fantastic person Katie Rain Hill sits down with the Gender Rebels for the second part of our 100th episode. We'll talk about growing up transgender in a religious, military family, transitioning at a young age, coming out, why listening to oposition matters, and the importance recycling bins at conferences. 


Be sure to check out Katie's memoir Rethinking Normal on Amazon (we can't recommend this book enough! You should buy it and read it).
Also be wowed by the Barney's Spring Campaign 2014 that Katie modelled for.
And here's a link to the WPATH standards of care.



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Music by one of our favorite bands, the super cool, all-female punk band Jasper the Colossal. Download their new album "Take Your Time" and all their tracks on iTunes. 
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The Gender Rebels is a weekly question-and-answer podcast that explores life outside the binary; crossdressing, transgender topics, queer life and anything else that helps break down the gender binary. It's hosted by Faith, a transgender woman in Brooklyn, and her cis female partner Kath. You might also hear a bark or two in the background from our cis dog Rocket. To ask us a question or share a thought emails us at

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