Episode 85: Inciting A Gender Riot

Episode 85: Inciting A Gender Riot

Today we are dealing with the incredibly sensitive issue of gender. A quick note to parents: we will be discussing issues of sex, sexuality, gender identity, as well as frankly referring to male and female sex organs. If you are listening with your children, you may decide to listen to this episode first before sharing to decide if it is right for your child. While none of the topics discussed are graphic, explicit, or otherwise inappropriate, I realize this is a touchy area for many. As such, listen first and then use your judgment.

I would also like to note that there is no possible way we could discuss everything related to gender identity, sexuality, sexual orientation, or expression in one podcast. While I feel we were able to get to many important points, I am almost positive we missed something.

Likewise, this discussion should be understood to be the opinions of the three individuals involved. Nobody on this episode is intending to speak for anyone but themselves. As such, if you feel that what someone says doesn’t fit with your definition or understanding of gender identity or the issues surrounding it, please feel free to write in. This show thrives on feedback, and yours is always welcome.

All this being said, I invite you to enjoy this episode of the Riot. I hope it inspires an honest dialogue in your social circle and broadens your understanding of this misunderstood social group.

Guests Information:

SJ Jacobs




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  1. I really enjoyed this episode. The past year I have read, researched and learned so much about gender identity and to listen to an intelligent and informed conversation on the subject really hit home. I really appreciate you for taking this on as I feel many people I speak with aren't comfortable with it and aren't open to trying to understand what a person's gender identity means to them and how varied it is in the population. Thanks again!


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