Hey TLP fans,
I’ve been keeping busy so far this year. This past month I’ve been helping my friends who are putting together a great project, “Unintimidated: Musicians Against Scott Walker”. This 14 band compilation is a testament against our unfortunate son & governor, Scott Walker. I shot some video for the bands on this stellar compilation and did some editing work for them as well. Look for this punk rock protest to be becoming out later this spring.
Yesterday, I once again joined my pal Jay Botsford and was a guest speaker at Rufus King High Schools GSA (Gay Straight Alliance). I always have a great time sharing my transition story with the awesome kids at Rufus King.
I’m also going to be on a panel this Thursday at the Medical College of Wisconsin’s 3rd annual Transgender Health Symposium. I’ll try to provide a recap of that after the fact. I’m also thrilled to announce that I’ll be interviewed on the Yeah Bro! Podcast by my friend Jacob D. Bach. The episode won’t air until the last week in March for Transgender Awarness Week. If you haven’t check out this hilarious and illuminating podcast check it immediately!
Lastly, I’m super excited to announce that we at the Tool Shed Erotic Boutique are hosting an entire week of sexual health and relationship education April 3-10th called Milwaukee SHARE. There will be an entire week of programs on a variety of topics presented by experts in the field of sexual education including: Sophia Chase, Twanna Hines, Reid Mihalko, Joan Price and Jiz Lee!!! We are also hosting a one day conference for medical provider called “What Aren’t They Talking About?: Sex and Identity in Clinical Practice”. The conference will focus on sexual health and well-being for four distinct groups (seniors, people with disabilities, transgender patients, and people with diverse sexual backgrounds) who may be uncomfortable discussing their intimate lives in health care settings.
I’ll be presenting at one of the sessions: Making Your Practice Transgender Friendly. Registration is available online now here.
It’s good to be busy.