JEFFREY MARSH, THE polarizing luminary 

1:17  What is Gender Queer?

7:00  When did you know you were queer?

9:55  The Beginning

13:00  Feedback
            Jeffrey Marsh App 

13:57   Vine, Insta, Tumblr, etc.

20:00  Approachability and Assumptions

21:52  Connecting with Parents 

24:18  Is this generational? These things did not just start happening.
            Julian Eltinge

25:14  “A label is not the same as respect.”

25:44  Labels and the future

29:22  Coming Out and Reactions

             I'm psychic

             Statue of Liberty

34:11  Inspiration and Rejuvenation 

35:55  Thank You, Dear Haters

38:26   Pre-order  How to Be You, “Stop Trying To Be Someone Else And Start LivingYour Life” Book
This book is about how to finally give up on feeling bad about ourselves and discover  the best person we can
be.  An interactive experience, How to Be You invites you to make the book your own through activities such as
coloring in charts, answering questions about how you do the things you do, and discovering patterns in your
lives that may be holding you back. Through Jeffrey’s own story of “growing up fabulous in a small farming town”
–along with the stories of hero/ines who have transcended the stereotypes of race, age, and gender–you will
discover that you are not alone,can deepen your relationship with yourself, and find the courage to take a
eap that will change your life.

RuPaul interview with Vulture

44:45   Where to find Jeffrey!

Web
Twitter
Vine
Tumblr
Instagram
You Tube
Medium
Jeffrey Marsh App
Huffington Post

Host, author, public speaker and youth advocate Jeffrey Marsh has more than a quarter BILLION views across social media. As the creator of the global trends #DontSayThatsSoGay and #NoTimeToHateMyself, Jeffrey has earned spots on top Viner lists by both BuzzFeed and Vine with a positive, inclusive message. In 2015, Jeffrey was named official red carpet correspondent for both MTV/Logo and GLSEN and as a featured writer for The Huffington Post and Medium. Jeffrey is a precepted facilitator in the Soto Zen tradition of Buddhism, as well as a host, actor, singer, songwriter, dancer, and comedian.