Gender Radio

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  • #34671

    My radio show for KFAI, Gender Radio, was approved today!! I’m so excited, yay!! I have an hour to play our music, interview our service providers, read book excerpts to our kids and advertise other services to our community. It’s going to air during Twin Cities Pride on June 23rd. I’m stoked!

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    • #35461
      Danielle Fox


      Hey Dasia,
      Just curious but did you get approved for your radio program?
      Danielle 💋👠👗

      • #35464

        Yes, as I said above. I had to pull it a week out because I couldn’t afford the $50 to produce it. I’ll try again in a few months. Currently I continue researching our music, keeping tabs on our news and books and writing more shows. I recently started teaching Board Certification training at the station, too.

    • #34703
      Miriya Paris

      Cloe stole my thoughts, that is so awesome.



      • #34705

        Hey thanks, Miriya! It’ll be fun making radio shows. A bucket list item for me-check!

    • #34673
      CC Webb
      Managing Ambassador


      That’s awesome Dasia!  If I recall it is available via streaming too, right?

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      • #34674

        Thanks, Cloe! Yup, anyone worldwide can stream KFAI at:

        Check out “Fresh Fruit” sometime. It’s the longest running LGBTQ radio show in America. Gender Radio will be for Trans, Non-Binary, Gender Non-Conforming, Two Spirit, and Intersex folx and it will always center POC. This is the pilot episode. I hope to get it a regular 2 hour slot someday. There’s an opening for a show Midnight-2 am right now but I’m not sure I want it(I could pre-record it). I have a segment for Trans kids where I read them an affirming book excerpt. I’m not a parent but I’m pretty sure kids are asleep by then, ha ha.

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          CC Webb
          Managing Ambassador


          Who knows with todays parenting.  Maybe older teens.  By the time I was 15 I was staying up til 1AM to go get newspapers and deliver them.

          • #34681

            I used to deliver newspapers, too! I had a daily route when I was 9 then delivered the weekend through high school with my parents. I know here one has to be at least 18 to deliver them now. I agree, though, that the time slot probably doesn’t matter so much especially when it can be streamed. It would just never be able to be live. Still at maybe with that.

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