"Tiq Milan is one hell of a force of nature. He’s a media maker. He’s a journalist. He’s a human rights advocate. He’s a husband. He is a vital voice within the trans community. Milan has seemingly done it all, from big name interviews with Jay-Z and Cicely Tyson to penning articles for The New York Times, Rolling Stone, The Source, Vibe and others on issues facing the LGBT movement. Together with his wife Kim Katrin Milan, the pair speak about creating love in queer communities of color and intersectional approaches to human rights activism in North America and abroad."

"Tiq Milan is one hell of a force of nature. He’s a media maker. He’s a journalist. He’s a human rights advocate. He’s a husband. He is a vital voice within the trans community.

Milan has seemingly done it all, from big name interviews with Jay-Z and Cicely Tyson to penning articles for The New York Times, Rolling Stone, The Source, Vibe and others on issues facing the LGBT movement.

Together with his wife Kim Katrin Milan, the pair speak about creating love in queer communities of color and intersectional approaches to human rights activism in North America and abroad."


A group of transgender men and women sit down and ask each other burning questions about gender, community and relationships.