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Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

The Scribing Simian, Inc

Welcome to The Brown Chicken Brown Cow Show & Podcast. We are a Sex-Body-Gender Positive podcast and show that aims to entertain, inform, and have a little fun. There's going to be something here for everyone who believes that sexual exploration, sexual communication, sexual identities, and being open to sexual possibilities are healthy, friendly, and most importantly fun. We believe that your things might not be our things but your things are ok too. Join your hosts as we all learn and share more about this sexy world around us. Want to know how you can help us out and to reach our show goals? Maybe you can support the show, get stuff, and even be part of the party? Head on over to our Patreon.com/bcbcpodcast page and become a monthly subscriber. There are so many levels of support it is insane. Pick the level you want and become part of the magic. If we reach our goals we will start producing more podcasts, more live shows, and more stuff and prizes for you.

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Monkey & Laura discuss some of the recent shows that have hit the streaming services (and more) that have a definite positive or different look at the lives of people managing and learning about body - gender - and sex positive values.
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BCBC Podcast - The Return - Teaser

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10/24/19 • 11 min

We have been away for while now but we are BACK!! Monkey and Laura talk about where the show is going and what YOU can expect from The Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast! We are your SEX - BODY - GENDER POSITIVE TALK AND INTERVIEW PODCAST (please make Monkey stop it with the caps) Write to us at monkey@bcbcpodcast, laura@bcbcpodcast And find us on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/BCBCPodcast/ S4E Teaser
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10/30/18 • 58 min

Welcome to our last Podcast for our month of October on Gender Identities, the Gender Spectrum, and Gender Transitions. We have had an amazing month, where we have spoken with experts on gender and transitions, and to several people about their personal journeys. Tomorrow we have our final Behind the Scenes blog for the year - so do not forget to check that out. But today is the final discussion on Gender.

In this Episode:

Today, Monkey and the Professor sit around the table and talk to Dr. Caroline Gibbs about steps involved in gender transitions - to facilitate healthy and balanced and successful transitions or, as Dr. Raj prefers - Gender Affirmation processes.

Caroline Gibbs is the founder and director of The Transgender Institute, and is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and National Certified Counselor, nationally and internationally recognized as an educator, advocate, and provider for this population.
She is also a partner in the International Center for Transgender Care.
She understands the current DSM-5 diagnosis of Gender Dysphoria and differentiates among sexual identity, gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation.

A Few Definitions:

We discussed a few definitions - and Caroline wanted to point out that terminology has changed - both in the phrases allowed as well as in the change of definitions. With that in mind, she believes that gender is a hardwired construct that cannot be altered - it is how people feel they are as far as male, female, or in between. That feeling is what it is - although someone's external appearance may or may not reflect those feelings.

Transgender is also a very broad term. It is an umbrella term that includes transsexual people (people whose gender identity does not match their physical selves), cross-dressers (predominantly male, heterosexual people, who enjoy dressing as women), and drag queens (crossdressers who dress as more famous women for sexual pleasure or for fun). Caroline feels that cross-dressers often have a varied transsexual identity. After time in therapy and life experience - they find themselves with a shift in their identity. There is no standard here nor has there been research. They may or may not ever move to the transgender part of the umbrella and may not transition.

Gender dysphoria has many misconceptions in the world. In general, it means, very simply, discomfort. In some cases, it may be extreme discomfort. Adding the term gender in front of that means someone who has discomfort around their gender. This involves a mismatch in gender identity from that assigned at birth, and where they may present physically - and what they feel is internally their true gender. As the Professor suggested - their insides do not match their outsides. It can be a very serious issue.

Transitioning is where someone makes a decision to journey to make the internal and external self-match. There are many different things that may happen to make that match - and many levels of matching. The goal is the removal of gender dysphoria, providing freedom and ease for the person. This is where Caroline's organization works - in helping people make the decision as to what the best choices for each individual would be. It is a goal of finding relief.

The Transgender Institute Foundation:

Caroline loves the story of how she arranged for these things to happen in her life. Around 25 years ago she met a group of transsexual individuals who were teaching clinicians on how to treat them and help them through their...

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10/29/18 • 48 min

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Of month topic: Issues Facing Trans/Intersex/Bi

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Date.

Note: .3-.5% of Americans = roughly 1,300,000 people

Note on the GLAAD "Understanding" reports and National Center for Transgender Equality.

Ways we'll be discussing the topic (Section Descriptions: Discrimination, Legal Challenges, Physical Safety)

Section 1 - Discrimination

Discrimination in Public Accommodations

Public accommodations are places accessible to the public, such as retail stores, restaurants, parks, hotels, libraries, movie theatres, and banks. In a 2014 study conducted in Massachusetts, 65% of transgender people reported experiencing discrimination in a place of public accommodation in the past 12 months.

Discrimination in Employment

Transgender people experience pervasive discrimination at work. Between 13% and 47% of transgender workers report being unfairly denied a job,9 and 78% report being harassed, mistreated, or discriminated against at work, as shown in

Currently, only 18 states have clear laws prohibiting employment discrimination on the basis of gender identity or expression (see Figure 3 on the next page).12 There is no federal law that explicitly prohibits discrimination against transgender employees, but there are some protections in place. Both the U.S. Attorney General and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) have interpreted Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits discrimination "because of sex," to protect transgender workers.

Discrimination in Housing.

one in five transgender people (19%) in the United States have been refused a home or apartment and more than one in ten (11%) have been evicted because of their gender identity.21 Homelessness is a critical issue for transgender people, with one in five having experienced homelessness at some time in their lives because of discrimination and family rejection

Discrimination in Education

Schools are difficult places for transgender students as they regularly face discrimination, bullying, and harassment in elementary, secondary, and post-secondary institutions. In one survey, 40% of gender non-confirming youtha reported being frequently harassed by their peers and 37% reported frequent verbal harassment and name calling.26

Across the United States, only 13 states have laws that clearly protect students against discrimination because of their gender identity and/or expression

only 18 states expressly prohibit bullying on the basis of gender identity and/or expression (see Figure 6).29

A study in Massachusetts found that 19% of transgender respondents had postponed or avoided necessary care due to mistreatment or discrimination from health care workers.

Section 2 – Legal Challenges

Inaccurate Identity Documents

Official identity documents—such as drivers' licenses, birth certificates, and passports—that do not match a transgender person's gender identity greatly complicate that person's life. Non-matching identification can obstruct employment and travel, as well as expose transgender people to harassment, violence, refusal of service, job loss, and other problems.

Only one-fifth (21%) of transgender people who have transitioned to...

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10/25/18 • 39 min

Welcome to the last nugget for our month of consent. Today we are excited to be speaking with Joel Baum of the Gender Spectrum organization.

The Madame got to sit down with Joel to learn about the Gender Spectrum - both as a topic of learning and as an organization. Joel's organization does some amazing work to help with education around California - so you need to check out this episode.

For more information, please visit our website and check out the show notes:
www.bcbcpodcast.com
And remember - you can like us on all the social media, subscribe to our channel, download our episodes, become a Patreon supporter and so much more!
Website: www.bcbpodcast.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BCBCPodcast/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/BCBCPodcast
Instagram: https://twitter.com/BCBCPodcast
Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/BCBCPodcast

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10/23/18 • 43 min

In this MondayMumblings Monkey and Miss Laura talk about gender reveals and what you can do to be an ally and help support people with their gender identity.

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10/23/18 • 71 min

Welcome to our third podcast of the gender spectrum, gender identity and gender transitions month. Today Miss Laura and the Madame get to sit down with an old friend, Q Wilson, to talk about what it means to be Genderqueer, his journey of gender identity, and all the good things therein!

Q is a self-identified gender independent, queer, polyamorous leather boi. His experience and background in many communities as an activist and educator allows him to bring us a unique point of view on gender and gender journeys.

For more information, please visit our website and check out the show notes:
www.bcbcpodcast.com
And remember - you can like us on all the social media, subscribe to our channel, download our episodes, become a Patreon supporter and so much more!
Website: www.bcbpodcast.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BCBCPodcast/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/BCBCPodcast
Instagram: https://twitter.com/BCBCPodcast
Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/BCBCPodcast

About Our Guest:

Q is a self-identified queer, gender independent, polyamorous leather boi. It's well known that flirting is Q's default mode of communication. He can often be found with a charming smile on his face or looking mischievous with the other bois. On rare occasions, this boi might even be found dancing on a table, for the right amount of money...for charity of course!
A social justice activist for more than 20 years, Q consistently strives to bring together the various communities to which he belongs. He continues to seek avenues to actively serve as a bridge for the leather community's kinky newcomers and it's more established members, as well as those outside of the community, whenever possible.

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10/18/18 • 36 min

Welcome to the third nugget for our month of consent. Today we are excited to be speaking with Chrystal Bartlett, a gender transition coach out of North Carolina.

The Monkey got to sit down with Chrystal to understand what might be involved in gender transition coaching, resources available to people, and all of those important things.

For more information, please visit our website and check out the show notes:
www.bcbcpodcast.com
And remember - you can like us on all the social media, subscribe to our channel, download our episodes, become a Patreon supporter and so much more! We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization so you can also make a tax deductible donation!
Website: www.bcbpodcast.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BCBCPodcast/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/BCBCPodcast
Instagram: https://twitter.com/BCBCPodcast
Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/BCBCPodcast

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10/17/18 • 16 min

Monkey and Miss Laura share their thoughts about a vibrating cockring from Adam & Eve.

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BCBC - Talking Brothels and Balls with Buffy

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01/03/20 • 60 min

Buffy worked at a cathouse (brothel) and we are here to ask all the questions you always wanted to know, here's your chance to learn about the sexy world of cathouses in Nevada.
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How many episodes does Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast have?

Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast currently has 103 episodes available.

What topics does Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast cover?

The podcast is about Health & Fitness, Podcasts, Education and Sexuality.

What is the most popular episode on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast?

The episode title 'BCBC - Body - Gender - Sex Positive TV and Movies we like and you should too.' is the most popular.

What is the average episode length on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast?

The average episode length on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast is 37 minutes.

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Episodes of Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast are typically released every 1 day, 4 hours.

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The first episode of Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast was released on Apr 4, 2018.

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