Interview with Julia Serano



juliaI’m pleased to announce that this Sunday I’ll be talking LIVE with Julia Serano!

Julia is an Oakland-based writer, performer, and activist. She is the author of two books, 2007’s Whipping Girl: A Transsexual Woman on Sexism and the Scapegoating of Femininity (now in second edition), and 2013’s Excluded: Making Feminist and Queer Movements More Inclusive. Julia’s other writings have appeared in over a dozen anthologies, and in news and media outlets such as TIME, The Guardian, Salon, The Daily Beast,, Ms., Out, and The Advocate. Her writings have been used as teaching materials in queer and gender studies courses across North America.

Learn more about Julia and her writings at

And tune in at 3:00 PM PST (6:00 PM EST) on to listen to our live  discussion of her third book, as well as art, poetry, and being trans in today’s society.



October’s Patron Thank You Comic

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Every month I’m putting out a special comic to say thank you to those who have been kind enough to financially support Life of Bria. Whether it’s through direct donations on Paypal, donations via Bitcoin, monthly donations on Patreon, or hiring me to produce Art Commissions/Custom Cards/True Self Portraits, all of my supporters have my gratitude! So keep an eye out in your inbox for this comic made just for you!

If you would like to be eligible to read this month’s Patron Comic, start supporting Life of Bria now in any of those ways that works best for you, and I’ll send the comic to you ASAP.

Thank you so, so much to my supporters. And also, thank you to all of you who take the time to read and share and comment on my comics. It means the world to me.

– Bria

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Radio interview with People First Radio

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As I gear up for my own radio show, which airs September 25th on at 6:00 PM EST, I’m delighted to find that my most recent radio appearance on CHLY’s People First Radio has been posted online!

You can listen to it here.

It was a delightful experience, not the least because CHLY is located in my childhood stomping grounds of Nanaimo.  It gives you a real sense of having ‘made it’ if you get some recognition from your hometown, y’know? Hopefully I’ll get a chance to actually go back and visit there before too long…