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The Oldest Profession

Nov 18, 2020

The end of the mothers of many movements' lives and the legacy they left behind. 


Nov 11, 2020

In part two, Kaytlin covers the Stonewall Riots, how Marsha P. Johnson's and Sylvia Rivera played a major role in them, and how they were intially rejected from the Gay Rights movement because of their status as trans street workers.

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Nov 9, 2020

On the historic Election Night of 2020, Kaytlin Bailey and Dr. Charlene Fletcher of The Oldest Profession Podcast sat down for a candid discussion about Melania Trump. The conversation explored whether or not Melania can be considered an old pro, if she is part of our movement, and how Kaytlin had circus performers at...


Nov 4, 2020

In part one, host Kaytlin Bailey sets the scene by covering queer culture in New York City, from 1869 to 1969. 

References:

CT Trans History and Archives. Sylvia Rivera: She Was More Than Stonewall Documentary (November 25, 2019), accessed October 30, 2020

Kasino, Michael and Richard Morrison. "Pay It No Mind: The...


Oct 30, 2020

Dr. Charlene Fletcher (Historian for The Oldest Profession Podcast) hosts a discussion with EPB (Writer, Visual Artist, and Researcher for Liminal Praxis) and Kaytlin Bailey (CEO + Founder of Old Pro Productions) about Victoria Woodhull and what we can take from her story in terms of sexual freedom, and the complexities...