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January 2023 — OutCasting youth broadcaster Amalee talks about about her experiences with her medical transition. Originally presented in 2018.
December 2022 — What are the factors to consider when young transgender people want to medically transition? Guests Dr. John Steever and Dr. Matthew Oransky.
January 2023 — What happens when a boy bunny wants to marry another boy bunny? Originally presented in May 2018.
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December 2022 — Following yet another American mass shooting, OutCasting youth broadcaster Brianna reflects on the Pulse massacre in 2016.
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