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The return of TTalk101 with Kennidi Monroe is a trans podcast. Talking about trans life, culture, entertainment, and so much more. First launched in 2005, this is its return in 10 years.


January 21, 2021

Coming Out Twice

On this week's episode of TTalk101 with host Kennidi Monroe, she got inspired to help others know when it is right to "come out." She relives her own "coming out" TWICE! That is right, Kennidi had to come out 2 times, listen to her inspire you and others with her own story of finding herself and becoming authentically herself.

We also, talk about Rupaul's Drag Race S13 episode 3, and UK S2 episode 1 in this weeks rundown of what Kennidi thinks! Thank you for tuning in and listening, follow Kennidi on all her socials by visiting https://solo.to/kennidi

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On this weeks episode of TTalk101, Kennidi Monroe discusses how she has become such a positive person. When the times and climate are depressing, Kennidi sheds light on her past and how she wakes up everyday with a positive mind. How creating self love has changed her into the person she is today.

Kennidi also, dives into her Ruview of Episode 2 of Rupauls Drag Race. Find out who her favorites aare and how Gotmik's storyline this episode brought back some memories for her being trans and having to out ourselves. Enjoy this weeks episode of TTalk101.

Visit https://solo.to/kennidi

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It is 2021, and that means a new year and new episodes of TTalk101. We will be back every Thursday with new episodes, we are calling Trans Thursdays! In the first episode back we discuss what trans inclusion means for Rupaul's Drag Race. How Kennidi feels about first trans man GotMikk on the show and how other inclusion should be happening as well. 

Kennidi also gives her run down on the first episode of one of season thirteen of Rupaul's Drag Race. Who is her favorite queens right now. Find out in this week's episode.


Follow Kennidi on social media and other links by visiting: solo.to/kennidi

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September 4, 2020

Trans and The Ballot Box

As trans people, voting an be scary. We are in unprecedented times right now and we have law makers making policies that go against our rights as trans people. We must be informed when we head to the ballot box and vote this election season. Many discriminative policies are on the books against trans and LGBTQIA+ people and we have to go into the ballot box informed. On this week's episode Kennidi Monroe sits down and goes over some policies that are intact right now that discriminate trans and LGBTQIA+ people and how we must vote for people and policies that will help us be better aware of our future. On this weeks episode of TTalk101.

Make sure you are registered to vote and all your information is correct, visit https://dragoutthevote2020.org/vote 

Check out all things Kennidi at http://kennidimonroe.com


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On this week’s episode Kennidi Monroe discusses Toxic Masculinity and how it affects trans community, especially trans women. This past week three trans women in Los Angeles, Kennidi reacts to it and reflects on her own experiences with “toxic masculinity” and how it has affected her in her 20 years living as a trans woman. She talks about her experiences with being with cis men and how they view trans women and affected her relationships.


Kennidi gets emotional talking about losing her partner in 2014 and about her relationship with her trans husband and how the gender norms have shaped her life and why she has started to break them down. She also discusses why she wrote her latest single Kings & Queens (which can be heard on the opening of all our shows) a trans anthem. She wanted a message for trans and gender non conforming people can have to dance to and be their anthem.


It is a crucial time in America for LGBTQIA+ people. Kennidi is an ambassador for Drag Out The Vote. We must let our voices be heard and get out and vote. Make sure you are registered to vote, and everything is correct if you are registered by going to https://dragoutthevote2020.org/vote and also help us raise money for the cause, to get the word out and education by donating at: https://secure.qgiv.com/event/vote2020/account/1007450/ Let’s make change this year with our voices!


Original clip used in video by @theconciouslee on IG, TikTok and Youtube, https://Instagram.com/theconciouslee


Listen to Kings & Queens on:

Apple Music: https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/287535486

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/user/kennidimonroe

Amazon: https://music.amazon.com/artists/B001E3YURG?ref=dm_sh_2e2e-d822-dmcp-48b0-ad144&musicTerritory=US&marketplaceId=ATVPDKIKX0DER

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/kennidimonroe

Deezer: https://www.deezer.com/kennidimonroe

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August 14, 2020

Drag Out The Vote

Kennidi has become an ambassador for Drag Out The Vote, as we are 83 days away from the most major election of our time in the United States, 1 out of 5 LGBTQIA+ people are registered to vote. Voting isn't just about the presidential election, it is about issues that can harm trans and LGBTQIA+ and we need to make sure everyone votes. 

Kennidi takes time to talk about ways to register to vote, what your voice means and how being trans can be scary to go out and vote for the first time. Also, our show will air now every Friday moving forward. 

Visit https://kennidimonroe.com 

Register to vote at http://dragoutthevote2020.org/vote 

Donate to the cause (leave a tip) Kennidi's Drag Out The Vote Fundraising Page 

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Tomorrow is our host Kennidi Monroe's 40th Birthday. Listen to her reflect on her life as she turns forty and life as a trans woman. Half of her life she has been living as her authentic self. Listen as she tells stories of transitioning and being around some of the greatest women in her life that have guided her and got her to where she is today.


Let's celebrate this wonderful life Kennidi has had and listen to her life as a trans woman, turning forty, right here on TTalk101. 



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This week's episode Kennidi talks about her relationship with her father and how it has affected her. How she has avoided so many emotions in last 20 years of her transition and how the relationship with her father is affecting her now at 40. She also, dives deep in how to self care, self love and finding that inner beauty in order to move forward in your journey of your transition.

In this weeks powerful and uplifting episode, Kennidi also talks about working for a LGBTQ+ company that she has been working for over 2 years. 

Learn more at http://kennidimonroe.com 

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This week Kennidi goes deep into the controversy that has been swirling around for years about trans queens being able to compete on Rupaul's Drag Race. So, many people say it wouldn't be fair for trans queens against cis male drag queens because it won't be fair. Kennidi uses examples like Miss Continental Pageant, which is a trans dominated pageant that has had cis male drag queens compete and win and they never said they can't compete. Drag is about transitioning into something, not about changing gender. This week Kennidi talks about drag and how it has affected her life since she was a kid. She talks about her time in Chicago and how it was hard to get a gig if you were trans, only trans people that got work was Continental Girls. The real question is, should Ru leave Drag Race? Should trans and all forms of drag be allowed on show just like Dragula has done? Kennidi is a fan of drag, and loves all versions of drag and feels things need to change on Drag Race.

Also, we talk about the first episode of Canada's Drag Race, and what Kennidi thought of Brooklyn Hytes as the host. Lastly, Kennidi watches Drag Race for the queens and some of her friends and has made friends with the queens like JuJuBe, and she talks about love for her and Season 5 All Stars! All this, on this weeks TTalk101 with Kennidi Monroe. 

Get more information at http://kennidimonroe.com 


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June 30, 2020

Trans Pride

Today is the last day of Pride Month and we can't leave it without talking about Trans Pride. Many times in the LGBTQ+ community, trans people have felt left out of Pride. If it wasn't for two trans women of color, we most likely wouldn't have the rights we have today. Even though most of all the Pride celebrations were cancelled this year due to COVID-19, it has helped us educated and learn more about Pride and how we need to fight for Black Lives. 

In today's episode Kennidi Monroe talks about the Stonewall Uprising, Marsha P. Johnson and Silvia Rivera and how trans women of color have shaped and molded her into the woman she is today. We also discuss the trans documentary Disclosure on Netfilx and how that movie has made Kennidi look back on her life and how badly she wanted to be an actor but felt like being trans would never allow that to happen. She talks about how she turned to drag and the adult industry to fill that void of wanting to be an actor. 

As we end this month of Pride remember to carry that pride on with you for more than just one month. Carry it to the voting booths this November. 

Check out more of Kennidi visit her site http://kennidimonroe.com


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