For listeners of TransPanTastic Podcast: What would you like to hear more of?

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 Posted by Cameron  December 12, 2016 at 6:48 amFrom 157.142.237.x  Report Abuse 
I'm a pre-T trans guy in Oklahoma, 29 years old, and raising 2 kiddos with my wife of almost 6 years. Thank you for sharing your lives so openly! I'm not very connected with the trans community in the real world, so most of my edutainment on the topic comes from the interwebs. Its nice to have found a podcast relating to family matters AND gendery things. I just finished binge-listening to all of your episodes over the last few months and I can't get enough! I feel like I know you two, and would love to meet you if you ever come through Oklahoma!
 Posted by Patrinia   October 1, 2016 at 4:26 pmFrom 65.26.213.x  Report Abuse 
Hi, I am a 42 yr old trans woman from WI. I love listening to your show on my long commute. I have been listening since your first episodes and find ALL of your discussions helpful and relevant to some degree. As someone who has walked the path of both gender expectations, your insight always provides more reflection on my end. As a parent and spouse, I find your discussions invaluable. And as an advocate... you teach me so much. Thank you for all you do!
 Posted by Sam  April 15, 2016 at 2:19 amFrom 83.226.117.x  Report Abuse 
Thanks for your show! I am a trans man in Sweden, 45 yrs, with a wife and kids. I am transitioning and it´s really great to hear you talking about big and small things that are present in life. /Sam
 Posted by Leonie  April 9, 2016 at 4:02 pmFrom 95.90.238.x  Report Abuse 
Hihi, nice reading the comments and seeing Maddy Love on top :
What a small queer online-world.

Thanks for you amazing podcast!

I'd so love for Jess to share some voice tips.
From the start of listening to your show, I found her speaking tone, articulation, enunciation and melody very inspiring and simply a pleasure to listen to. She's so much clearer (while still never appearing artificial) than any other faab people I know, and as a Trans individual I can read so clearly the parameters which work fantastically for her as a music teacher, queer wife to a Trans husband, and would certainly also work for "us out there" as transfemales. :
 Posted by Maddy Love  January 21, 2016 at 2:53 pmFrom 107.4.161.x  Report Abuse 
Always love listening to whatever you want to talk about because I love every episode. Besides you find a way to make everyday life entertaining, and bring up issues and perspectives I never would have considered

Thanks for the great show.
 Posted by mary  January 2, 2016 at 7:39 pmFrom 205.197.242.x  Report Abuse 
Would love to have a podcast on how to respond to people when you introduce your family member who has made a life altering decision. It would be great to have something to use as a guide. This is something I want to share with my family members who are going through these changes & I am frequently at a loss of what to say & how to say it & what questions to ask
i fully respect their descion as i will always love them but don't no how to help them
 Posted by Spencer  July 3, 2015 at 1:58 pmFrom 67.140.2.x  Report Abuse 
Do you think there's such a thing as coming out too soon? (Just curious)

 Posted by Jeremy  May 25, 2015 at 5:13 amFrom 174.250.212.x  Report Abuse 
Jess Do you have dysphoria as well? If so, how is it different for you as a non-binary person? How have people reacted differently towards you since you came out?
 Posted by Billie Rene  April 5, 2015 at 6:00 amFrom 173.51.53.x  Report Abuse 
TPT#108 was most interesting to me as it compares reactions of yourselves and others in various situations before and after transition.

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