- 00:00 Early childhood and life in Guyana.
- 02:30 Why did you agree to do this interview?
- 03:08 Did you first identify as a lesbian?
- 03:50 When and why did you join the Marine Corps?
- 05:06 Where did you go to college and what did you study?
- 05:58 What was Parris Island like?
- 07:10 What did you do at Camp Pendleton?
- 08:41 Coming out as trans while at Camp Pendleton.
- 12:23 Were you out to your family as a lesbian?
- 13:32 Coming out as trans?
- 15:35 Trans* Pride 2014.
- 17:47 I’m black, but I’m Guyanese, which is not the same experience as being African-American.
- 23:07 Is it harder being black or trans in America?
- 23.44 Did your transition go smoothly?
- 24:11 Working for AT&T and transitioning on the job.
- 26:05 Being trans, did you ever have any bad encounters with people?
- 27:16 Do you think the military will allow trans people to serve openly?
- 30:28 When you are dead, what do you want people to say about you?
- 33:23 Telling guys I’m trans.
- 35:01 Would you have stayed in the Marine Corps if they allowed trans people?
- 40:47 Dating as a trans man.
- 42:47 Starting a dating website for trans people.