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Media Appearances

An Interview with me and Ralowe T. Ampu for Captive Genders: Trans Embodiment and the Prison Industrial Complex

I've written a piece titled, "Queer Immigrants, the Shackles of Love, and the Invisibility of the Prison Industrial Complex," for the forthcoming anthology, Captive Genders: Trans Embodiment and the Prison Industrial Complex, due out from AK Press in August 2011.   Eric Stanley is interviewing some of the contributors for a series on the press website, and the first one features Ralowe T. Ampu and yours truly. 

My WBEZ (NPR Chicago) interview [June 1]

On June 1, Illinois began instituting its first civil unions, with much fanfare in the gay community.  To their very great credit, WBEZ, the NPR affiliate in Chicago, decided to provide more than one view about gay marriage amongst queers.  I was on the popular morning program Eight Forty-Eight, hosted by Alison Cuddy, to talk about why gay marriage is not and should not be a priority for many of us, and about the work of Against Equality, the editorial collective of which I am a part.  You can listen to the entire interview her

Appearance on the Sausage Factory Radio Talk Show, Las Vegas [31 July, 2010]

I was on The Sausage Factory, hosted by Derek Washington, Chris Miller, and others.  You can listen to the approximately 15 minute-segment here; it starts at 30 minutes into the hour:

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