Episode 43 - Chapter 37 - "Vanity Fair?"
This week the gals discuss a seminal point in Scottie's journey. The moment she discovered that she was no longer enslaved by fear. It didn't happen with a bang. It didn't happen with fireworks. It was a point of retrospection where she realized that the normal expected pain just hadn't come. Scottie realized that Dysphoria's black mist doesn't lift in an instant, but rather its dissipate quietly, softly and leaves almost without a trace.
"Not sure why the call it a cover"
When Caitlin Jenner stared out at us from the cover of Vanity Fair (c'mon, really - you can't make this stuff up) she sent shockwaves throughout the Trans world... instantly dividing us into supporters and detractors. She was seen as having merely traded white male privilege for white woman privilege, conveniently bypassing the trials and hardships that most of our community endures particularly women of color - who to this day, as a group, suffer the highest percentage of violence. But that's oversimplfying Caitlin's journey - she went from the worlds greatest athlete (how many can actually claim that, hands down?) to one of the highest profile transitions in history... and it ain't over yet, as she's only now discovering (as we all do)...