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The Tenth Voice (LGBT)
The Tenth Voice is the Kansas City area’s only weekly broadcast created by and for LGBTQIA people in our community in the Greater Kansas City area and around the world online. Listeners can tune in each Saturday at 1:00 PM. Each week our team of hosts and producers present interviews, information, music, news and features especially important to Lesbians, Gay Men, Bisexuals, Transgender and Allied collective communities. Since 1989, The Tenth Voice radio show has documented and informed the LGBTQIA Kansas City Community.
The name of the show comes from the early Dr. Kinsey sex studies where he determined that 1 in 10 people are homosexual. That number has changed over time but just like the historic Stonewall name, we are keeping ours for the same reason.
Trans Talk: Trans* support at LIKEME Lighthouse, and Part 2 of the Transgender Kaleidoscope May 28, 2016 | 1:00 pm
Three representatives from the Equal Trans* support group at LIKEME Lighthouse will discuss their program, and part 2 of the Transgender Kaleidoscope with Larissa Vitt.
The Sandra Moran Alphabet Soup Radio Book Club May 14, 2016 | 1:00 pm
This month's book for the Sandra Moran Alphabet Soup Radio Book Club is Thomas Page McBee's "Man Alive: A True Story of Violence, Forgiveness and Becoming a Man." Panelists joining host Elizabeth Andersen are Luke Harness, Sandra Meade, Samantha Kay Sera, and Danna Elaine Wheeldon.
Trans Talk: Planned Parenthood’s transgender outreach, and Part 1 of the Transgender Kaleidoscope April 23, 2016 | 1:00 pm
Hostess Una Nowling and co-host Fiona Nowling are going to talk with Bonyen Lee-Gilmore from Planned Parenthood of Kansas and Mid-Missouri, who is going to discuss a new effort by Planned Parenthood to provide health services to transgender men and women. Next we will kick off a new series of interviews with individuals from the transgender community in Kansas and Missouri called “Transgender Kaleidoscope,” and our first guest in this series will be Rachel Mollie Martin, a retired Lt. Colonel and decorated Army Ranger, who has recently seen some major triumphs in her transition, and some serious stumbling blocks as well.
The Sandra Moran Alphabet Soup Radio Book Club April 9, 2016 | 1:00 pm
This April marks the 20th anniversary of National Poetry Month, which was inaugurated by the Academy of American Poets in 1996. We will discuss Mark Doty's "Fire to Fire." Panelists joining host Elizabeth Andersen on the Sandra Moran Alphabet Soup Radio Book Club are Philip Hooser, Ronnie Lathrop, and Michelle Pond.
Trans Talk: Transgender persons under legislative assault. March 26, 2016 | 1:00 pm
Hostess Una Nowling will first talk with Stephanie Mott, who is the Executive Director of the Kansas Statewide Transgender Education Project, or KSTEP, who is suing the state of Kansas for the right to change the gender marker on her birth certificate, and will be discussing her effort and how Kansas put itself in the position of denying valid records changes to transgender persons. Our next guest will be former hostess Sandra Meade, the former chair of Equality Kansas, who will discuss the recent legislative efforts in Kansas to pass additional anti-transgender legislation, and we will compare these efforts with activities in other states as well.
Trans Talk: Counseling the transgender community, and an intersex life. February 20, 2016 | 1:00 pm
Host Una Nowling and co-host Fiona Nowling will talk with Dr. Hiten Soni, a psychiatrist who strongly supports the transgender community, and then with Sieran, an intersex transgender person, who will discuss both his own personal journey and the challenges faced by intersex persons in general.
Sandra Moran Alphabet Soup Radio Book Club February 13, 2016 | 1:00 pm
We will discuss "Jam on the Vine" by LaShonda Barnett for Black History Month. Annette Billings, Stuart HInds, and Mercedes Lewis will join Elizabeth Andersen in discussing this novel during Black History Month. We will be inviting LaShonda to participate either during the show or in an interview beforehand.
Trans Talk: Finding our voices, and raising them. January 23, 2016 | 1:00 pm
On today's program hostess Una Nowling will first talk with Gillian Power, who is organizing a transgender chorus in Kansas City to empower the community and help train others in finding their voice. Next she will speak with Brenda Way and Elle Boatman, transgender activists from Wichita who have used their voices and their energy to benefit their community and make Wichita a better place.
Una is the hostess of Trans Talk, which airs every fourth Saturday on The Tenth Voice.
Una is an engineering consultant, technical writer, and adjunct professor who is a transgender researcher and historian. She is the founder of the transgender information website Transas City, and speaks publicly at various venues in Kansas and Missouri about transgender topics. She mentors transgender youth and adults, organizes charitable outreach to transgender persons in the region, and has assisted with establishing legal protections for transgender persons.