The Adventures of Jim and Larry’s Podcast

It is always fun catching up with an old friend after a few years away, but a catch up phone call involving my moving to another country (St. Louis to Melbourne) and changing my gender to the hilarity of the conversation direction. As always "Mama Mish" has no filter as I talk about my life, the... Continue Reading →

“For me Beautiful LGBTI women means … ” – Red Fern Lingerie

Coming up to three years in my "Integration" I have been blessed to have met some of the most inspiring, caring, and beautiful women in my life. I recently met a woman from Sydney named Tina, who is a Breast Cancer survivor, and designer of beautiful lingerie for Breast Cancer survivors (I am modelling one... Continue Reading →

Transgender day of Remembrance 2016

Michelle's Story In her own skin: How Michelle Sheppard went from IT guy to inspiring businesswoman. #tdor #pride #diversity #inclusion Speaking at ANZ on the importance of #Transgender day of remembrance. Michelle shares her personal journey of transition - Video How ANZ’s diversity program has grown. The ANZ Pride Network has achieved a lot in the... Continue Reading →

The woman in THE WOODS

Excuse my gravelly voice in this one as I have bronchitis this week! Show description: OMG! We have a woman in THE WOODS. Mama Bear Michelle Sheppard and Daniel Knaggs join Bear-curious Dene and guest co-host Mr Australasia Bear 2016 Patrick Greber to chat about: • Trans Awareness Week 2016, 14-20 November • the number... Continue Reading →

Family Matters, Family Photo

Finally, the entire team together for photo. David,Gina, Bec, Papa A & Michelle. (thanks Betty for the pic) While we aim to make you laugh with our hilarious banter each week, we couldn't do it without our wonderful guests sharing their time & story. Huge thanks to all the guests that have given their time... Continue Reading →

Family Matters on Joy

Following on from the success from Transpositions I was recently invited to join a new show at Joy to discuss more family issues that affect those of us in the LGBTI+ community. Starting and raising a family can be an exciting and highly emotional time for all involved. For the LGBTQI community, starting and raising... Continue Reading →

ANZ Excellence in business – LGBTI Jobs

“If you said to me three years ago when I came out, when I was nearly homeless and I couldn’t find a job except manual labour that I’d be up here I wouldn’t believe it.“ Michelle Sheppard said as she accepted the award, “We’ve started a business that helps anybody who’s in the LGBTI Community. We go... Continue Reading →

Amazing Gays: Finding Her Anchor

In the second part of our interview Michelle speaks about her journey towards transition and how finding someone that could anchor her became the cornerstone of her journey. She also introduces a new business that cab assist employers to promote a more integrated model of best practice for GLBTIQ employees. Michelle Sheppard: Finding Her Anchor... Continue Reading →

Being Trans and Facebook Memories.

I was approached by after I made a Facebook post about a photo from my Facebook memories. Here Is the link the the article, followed by my original Facebook post: "3 years. 3 years is a long time to deal with something like depression. For me I suffered for a very long time and... Continue Reading →

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