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Dia's Diary: My Mother

Dia Fallana is a young transgender woman living in a depressed area of Oakland, California. In this radio essay, she explains how her mother's anti-gay attitude kept her in the closet -- until she was forced to tell the truth.

2004 / outLoud Radio / San Francisco Liberation Radio, USA

Dia Fallana is a young transgender woman living in a depressed area of Oakland, California. In this radio essay, she explains how her mother's anti-gay attitude kept her in the closet -- until she was forced to tell the truth.

Dia's Diary: My Mother was produced in 2003.


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outLoud Radio increases the well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer young people by helping them develop the skills and confidence to decide for themselves how they will be represented, advance social justice, and make the most of their lives.


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