Katie Neeves – 3 years into a Transgender Journey – Duggystone Radio

Written by on January 30, 2021

I wanted to Understand What Happened SeeingIts Been 3 Years Since Katie Decided To Come Out To The World As Transgender

We hear alot about Transgender a Woke society etc etc, A lot of people are confused or misinformed about what it is to be Trans and so I thought I would catch up with the amazing Katie Neeeves.

 

We spoke at the start of her journey to become Katie full time & I was interested to find out what had happened since we spoke.

Especially as the new USA Administration boasts a transgender politician“Wow 2021”  things are or seem to be moving forward

just think about it for a minute in the 60’s in the UK you could be sent to prison for being Homosexual!

so whilst the community may feel a lot still has to be done we need to take a step back and look at the progress that’s been made.

 

I asked a few questions that could be sensitive about pronouns and the like and its really worth watching the interview .

 

She did wind me up at the end and I was mortified as thought I did something wrong.

 

Katie has been appearing in lots places on stage being interviewed and is a real ambassador for the Trans community, she has set up

“It’s Cool 2 b Trans” which is not trying to encourage people to be trans as its cool, more if you are trans that’s cool.

 

you need to go and check her out and also Cool2btrans

 

 

She says on her website

 

 am a woman on a mission! But not just any woman and not just any mission…

Being an openly transgender woman and a trans ambassador, I am on a mission to not only show that it’s OK to be trans, but it’s actually cool to be trans too!

Through my media appearances, public speaking engagements, blog, vlog, social media, trans awareness training courses and via support groups, my aim is to reach out to trans people who may be struggling with their gender identity, to reassure them and to lead by example. I want to help educate the general public too. The more people who are educated about trans issues, the greater the acceptance and the easier it will be for trans people to live their lives in peace. Most bigotry and prejudice comes from ignorance and fear of the unknown. Education can and does save lives.  I use a lot of humour in my presentations as I feel if I entertain my audiences, they are more likely to take notice of what I have to say.

 

She Stiched me Up Good And Proper To The end of the interview

(I was mortified)

 

 

The Full Interview

 

 

The Original Interview

start of The Journey


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