Following the Duathlon World Championship race, ESPN published this:
AVILES, Spain — Chris Mosier of Team USA made sports history Sunday by becoming the first out transgender athlete to compete in an International Triathlon Union championship when he ran and biked in the world duathlon championship.
I’ve heard about these Doosters.They make amazing films. I’ve seen them around, mostly blending into the sidelines, capturing random footage that I’m never sure what it’s for or where it will end up.
Recently I got to spend some quality Dooster time, and it was pretty rad. And while I don’t know what they are using it all for and how it will turn out, I am pretty excited to be a part of it.
photo by Dooster
I recently did an interview with the fun guys at Outspoken – full posting below, and link to their great shows here!
OUTSPOKEN IS A LOCAL RADIO PROGRAM ON KYRS FEATURING THE UNIQUE VOICES OF 2.5 VERY DIFFERENT GAY MEN.
TUNE IN SUNDAYS
FROM 12:00 TO 2:00
88.1 AND 92.3 FM
I was lucky enough to be on The Takeaway this week, talking trans athletes and policy.The Takeaway, is collaborative show from PRI Public Radio International and WNYC Radio, with editorial partners The New York Times and WGBH Boston. The program’s goal is to advance an authentic American conversation on issues and topics of importance. I love doing radio shows – so far they have been great conversations and very well edited.
Also, I am impressed (but not surprised) with my friends, many of whom told me they either woke up to my voice or heard me during their morning routine. I love listeners of Public Radio!
Listen to the short segment here.
I was surprised to see this amazing piece in New York Magazine last week. I expected to be a quote in the story, not be the story. Very cool – I’m appreciative of Susan Rinkunas for this great shout out (and accurate story!).