Anti Transgender Fatigue
I am exhausted from all the media surrounding transgender people, I am tired of people who are not transgender taking up the cause to do battle both for and against transgender people, often people doing more damage than good for the greater transgender population, using the platform as a stage for attention and other agendas.
Tag: Transgender Advocate Katherine Wolfgramme
Anti Transgender Fatigue
As New Years Eve approaches us tomorrow it is time to put pen to paper my thoughts on the last 12 months and prepare to say farewell to 2022.
For me 2022 was a fabulous year full of many wonderful memories, unlike the vicious beast that was 2021, 2022 renewed my faith in the future.
Our world is slowly returning to some sort of normalcy after two terrifying years of COVID and lockdowns and isolation, but we pulled through.
November 2023 has been a particularly busy month for me, with my appearance in two television documentary series The Best 30 Years airing in 9Now and Folau a major 2 part ABC documentary to air November 21 and November 28 on ABC; a four page interview in DNA Magazine;
One Wednesday June 22 I participated in LADbible’s new series Hindsight, I appreciate precedence and I feel very honoured to be the first transgender subject on LADbible Australia.
According to Wikipedia LADbible has over two hundred million subscribers with a worldwide audience of almost one billion people.
Episode to be released later in 2022 across social media including Facebook, YouTube, TikTok and LADbible.
Katherine Wolfgramme transitioned over thirty years ago, she is a proud transgender woman of colour with a breadth of knowledge that is unique among other gender diverse speakers. Through her engaging story telling Katherine shares her experiences as a child born with gender dysphoria, a trans youth, a transgender woman in full bloom and now a transgender elder, community mother and Sydney Lgbt Community Leader.
Katherine Wolfgramme quoted today in The Daily Telegraph about Sydney Catholic Schools new transgender inclusion policy.
I was quoted today in the Daily Telegraph, a Sydney based news outlet about the the new Sydney Catholic Schools Gender Dysphoria Inclusion policy.
I am appearing in a feature ABC documentary about a controversial public figure, at the moment I am unable to speak about the subject because the film is in it’s production phase, but the filming took place last week at St Andrew’s College at Sydney University.
I was quoted today in the Daily Telegraph, sometimes it is important to publicly say what you think because history’s atrocities teach us bad things can happen to vulnerable people when good people quietly stand by and do nothing.