32 Min Released Jun 5, 2018

Laura Jane Grace: Self-Loathing is a Cherished Queer Tradition

Laura Jane Grace talks about internalized transphobia and how grating it's been to have named her memoir, Tranny. She's the founder and front-woman of the punk rock band, Against Me!, and also talks about being a part of the DIY punk movement: when you're a self-proclaimed anti-capitalist band, things can get really complicated when you start making money from your music.

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