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16. Changing society one person at a time - Melissa Griffiths

Episode 16
1 hr 49 min / Published

In this episode, we have the pleasure of speaking with Melissa Griffiths, a transgender woman who has undergone a gender-affirming transition. Melissa shares her personal journey, the challenges she faced, and the importance of societal support for those undergoing similar experiences. As we delve into the topic of gender identity, we explore the impact of gender stereotypes and the need for greater acceptance and understanding. Join us for this enlightening conversation and discover how we can all play a role in creating a more inclusive society. Don't miss this insightful episode with Melissa Griffiths! #Transgender #GenderAffirmingTransition #Inclusivity #GenderIdentity #Acceptance #Understanding

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