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Walk and Talk with Gabrielle #5 – “When you look like a man in a dress…” (video)

Walk and Talk with Gabrielle #5
“When you look like a man in a dress…”

In a 2015 TIME interview, Caitlyn Jenner commented, “When you look like a man in a dress, it makes people uncomfortable.” It was a rather unpopular statement among transgender people… but was she right?

I don’t pass and sometimes people react with visible discomfort in my presence. I shared one such experience in Walk and Talk with Gabrielle #2 – “That’s a man!”

Is passing important to you? Why or why not? Please share your thoughts and opinions in a comment!
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Walk and Talk with Gabrielle #4 – Bi, Pan, Poly & Monogamy Myths & Realities (video)

Walk and Talk with Gabrielle #4Bisexual, Pansexual, Polyamory, and Monogamy Myths & Realities. What kind of assumptions have people made about you because of your sexual orientation? What kind of assumptions have you caught yourself making about others, in this regard?

Misunderstanding, assumption, and myth
It’s sometimes assumed that bisexual and pansexual people are polyamorous by nature. That’s not quite how it works. Also included in the video are some misconceptions and realities about monogamy.
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Walk and Talk with Gabrielle #2 – “That’s a Man!” (video)

While grocery shopping last Friday, another shopper looked at me and called out, “That’s a man!” I discuss the experience and pose a few related questions in this short video. Give it a look and share your thoughts!
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