Trans Filmmaker and Activist
This episode we interview trans filmmaker and activist Rachael Rose Luckey a TransGender Female living in Hollywood, CA and the founder of TransGenStudios, a trans owned and run film studio. She is a trans activist, the president of the Los Angeles trans coalition, and a campaign manager for TransAmbassadors. The first hour of the show covers Rachael’s experiences in activism/filmmaking and as a trans woman; the second hour we cover LGBT current events from around the world.
Questions and Topics:
- Did you grow up in Hollywood?
- When did you get into filmmaking?
- What was your inspiration?
- What sort of independent films have you created?
- Tell me about TransGenStudios
- How are you furthering trans acceptance in Hollywood?
- Tell me about your activist work
- What are you doing to infuse trans representation into mainstream events?
- Net neutrality
- What is the Stonewall Democratic Club?
- What is the Los Angeles Transgender Coalition?
- What is TransAmbassadors?
- Trans experience
- When did you come out as trans?
- What challenges have you faced being a trans filmmaker?
- What challenges have you faced as a trans activist in mainstream events?
- Trans representation in film:
- Dallas Buyers Club
- The woman who made a video about catcalling is already getting rape threats
- Transgender military members are in a precarious position
- U.S. Marine Asks for Lesser Charge in Killing of Transgender Filipina
- Being Asexual In A Heteronormative World