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September 21, 2019 43 min

In this week’s episode, Tuck answers listener questions with BFF of the show Mckenzee Griffler (she/her). Topics include:

  • Am I secretly cis?
  • Who is queer?
  • Can nonbinary people use the trans flag?
  • How can I support my closeted partner?
  • Can I say “transsexual”?
  • Content warnings

  • Murder, hate crimes (19:20–21:30)
  • Eating disorders, weight loss, dysphoria (31:10–34:40)
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