About Marsha’s Plate Podcast

              Marsha’s Plate is a lively podcast where three friends come together every Thursday to share opinions and perspectives through a black trans lens. Hosted By Diamond Stylz, Mia Mix, and LJ. All U.S.-based trans advocates. As working-class black trans people, we stand at the intersections of racial oppression, gender inequality, and the consequences of phobias of all of our identities. So our voices are often silenced in just as many intersectional ways.


 Podcasting gives us access to a global audience by bypassing the gatekeepers of traditional media who would otherwise shut us out of the social conversation or, like in the 2016 Presidental election race, delegate us to only discussing dehumanizing issues such as the bathroom bills or our body parts. We care about our murders, unemployment, housing, police brutality, misogynoir, economics and so much more that affects our livelihood. Podcasting on a free Internet is one of our social justice tools and survival mechanism that allows our freedom of speech and self-sustainability. Thank you for supporting and being a part of being the change we want to see.

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This is the Black Baddie Brigade, a podcast conglomerate, that includes Marsha’s Plate, Tea with Queen & J, QueerWOC, Bag Ladiez, and Inner Hoe Uprising.

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First Episode

7 Responses to About Marsha’s Plate Podcast

  1. Diana Collins MSN, APRN says:

    Good Evening,
    I wanted to share that I love what you all are doing. I want to have more conversation around trans healthcare. I would like to welcome you as a guest on my Podcast The Soulful Eclectic. If you are interested I would love to talk with you.


  2. Erica Gonzalez says:

    Hello everyone!
    I just wanted to tell y’all that it has been a wild ride listening to your life experiences and take on society. I started binge listening to the podcast and I am barely on #40. I wanted to drop a review to let y’all know that I will continue to stay educated in areas I have never thought were relevant to me. I’m a cis lesbian and I feel apart of the Marsha’s Plate family. You have provided me with ammunition to argue against the uneducated and unwilling to empathize people in society. I look forward to fighting for our LGBQTIA family especially my trans people of color.


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  4. Mai Ha says:

    Hi Diamond,

    My names Mai, I’m the producer over at Veer Queer. I’ve listened to a few of yalls episodes and was wondering if we could have you on the show to discuss work relations within the LGBTQ+ community. We offer a pay, it’s just not much since we’re a DIT podcast as well. Please let me know if you’re interested and we can get the ball going. Thanks!!


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