How To Be Human: A Podcast about Belief and Healing

There's Not One Right Way To Be Trans: Frankie Love Edwards

July 16, 2019 Frankie Love Edwards Season 1 Episode 4
How To Be Human: A Podcast about Belief and Healing
There's Not One Right Way To Be Trans: Frankie Love Edwards
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How To Be Human: A Podcast about Belief and Healing
There's Not One Right Way To Be Trans: Frankie Love Edwards
Jul 16, 2019 Season 1 Episode 4
Frankie Love Edwards

On this episode, we'll discuss the expansiveness of gender, Frankie's journey becoming a well-known trans activist and how to be an ally to the trans community.  

Frankie (they/them, he/him) co-owns Tiger Eye Barbershop in Atlanta, GA and is devoted to trans activism. As a love influencer, Frankie spends their time advocating for Trans youth to know that there's no one right way to be trans. At their shop, Queer community can not only feel safe, but explore their gender expression in comfort. Frankie frequently speaks to youth about their experience coming out as trans & hopes to spread the message of love for all. Recently, Frankie was featured on Netlifx' Tales of the City billboard advertisement for the new mini-series, which featured LGBT activists, role models and people in the Atlanta queer community.

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Show Notes

On this episode, we'll discuss the expansiveness of gender, Frankie's journey becoming a well-known trans activist and how to be an ally to the trans community.  

Frankie (they/them, he/him) co-owns Tiger Eye Barbershop in Atlanta, GA and is devoted to trans activism. As a love influencer, Frankie spends their time advocating for Trans youth to know that there's no one right way to be trans. At their shop, Queer community can not only feel safe, but explore their gender expression in comfort. Frankie frequently speaks to youth about their experience coming out as trans & hopes to spread the message of love for all. Recently, Frankie was featured on Netlifx' Tales of the City billboard advertisement for the new mini-series, which featured LGBT activists, role models and people in the Atlanta queer community.

Follow @everyheadismycanvas