When it comes to LGBTQIA+ issues there’s nothing wrong with asking questions to further your education. Horror journalist and film maker, BJ Colangelo, educates us more about what a TERF is, what it’s like for the lesbian and trans women communities in journalism and shares her experiences growing up and forming her own badass queer identity.
You can follow BJ on Twitter at @bjcolangelo and the podcast at @etqueerly.
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