This week, we pick up on our conversation with Ryan Sallans and Megan Smith-Sallans to talk about why more information doesn’t always mean more understanding when it comes to our gender and sexuality.

Should I say my pronouns when I’m meeting new people? How do I define myself to others? To myself? Does gender and sexuality ever get easier to understand? The answers are complicated, but Ryan and Megan offer perspective informed by a deep background of lived experience in Nebraska LGBTQ+ community.

Find it wherever you get your podcasts.

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Learn more about Ryan on his website:

https://ryansallans.com/

Learn more about Megan on her website:

https://megansmiththerapy.com/

Host: Emma Schartz

Producer: Chris Bowling

Music: Jon Rix

https://p0hk.bandcamp.com/

Theme music: Chris Bowling and Jon Rix


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Chris Bowling

Chris has worked for The Reader since January 2020. As an investigative reporter and news editor he’s taken deep dives into topics such as police transparency, affordable housing and COVID-19. Originally...

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