- How performing in drag king troupe shifted her gender identity femme-ward,
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- How coming of age in the "gay 90s" shaped her politics.
Micia Mosely wears many hats. By day, she's an educational consultant, fighting racial inequity in schools and working tirelessly to close the achievement gap. By night, she's a stand up comedian, subversively educating (while entertaining) audiences all over the US. In this podcast, we have an inter-generational dialogue about trans inclusion, mainstream gay politics (gay marriage and Don't Ask, Don't Tell) and how the internet has changed what "the Movement" looks like for better, and for worse. Highlights include:
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hanks for sharing the article, and more importantly, your personal experience of mindfully using our emotions as data about our inner state and knowing when it’s better to de-escalate by taking a time out are great tools. Appreciate you reading and sharing your story since I can certainly relate and I think others can to
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