What happens when you get three of San Diego's larger than life personalities in the same room talking at the same time?
SAN DIEGO -- San Diego Gay & Lesbian News columnist and transgender bodybuilder Chris Tina Bruce kicked off 2012 for the weekly web tv series, "He Said, She Said," with an interview this week at the Brass Rail.
In just ten short months, Chris has made quite a splash not only in the local LGBT community, but around the globe, with her personal journey from being a married, straight man working in the corporate building and development industry to that of a LGBT rights advocate, public speaker and becoming the first MTF transgender bodybuilder.
Inspiring, intelligent, friendly and super fun, Chris talked about everything from football, boobies and other body parts, to health, fitness and living her truth -- out and proud -- in sunny San Diego.
About "He Said, She Said"
The web-based tv series, He Said She Said is comprised of local personalities Aaron "Ahizz" Heier and Ophelia Later who interview and dish on a variety of subjects each week.
According to their website, "HSSS is not your Grandma’s Regis & Kelly. It’s an online talk show that’s a little crass and a lot of sass."
Their interactive social stream is a no-holds-barred he said, she said perspective on life … in real time. It is recorded live, in studio and on location throughout San Diego and beyond, and offers candid, and often comedic, views from these two very distinct and animated personalities.
"One’s a daddy. One’s a drag. One’s sharp. One’s smart. One’s high-maintenance. One’s high … on life. You get the idea." The duo says no topic is off limits and drinks are included is their only rule.
Watch for Chris Tina Bruce's social column, "Trans View" every other Tuesday, and her Health and Wellness column, "Trans Fit" every other Friday, right here at SDGLN.com