The cast of the documentary TransBeats performs “Changes”: Amber Taylor, Angelica Ross, D’Loco Kid, Keith Caputo, Our Lady J, Shawna Virago, Sissy Debut, StormMiguel Florez

Posted by on July 16th, 2012 at 08:00 am

Category: video 2 comments »

2 Responses to “Ch-Changes”

  1. Anonymous

    OMG I was surprised to read the name Keith Caputo here on genderfork….I could not imagine him to have something to do with the queer / trans-issues that brings all of us here on this site. I could not “see” him in this video….until I found other vids on youtube, Keith presenting a more female persona.

    Caputos album “died laughing” helped me in a time of my life when I felt unworthy. I had no words for my feelings, did not know what transgender was, but I could relate to the songs on this album.

    And now many years have passed and I find myself a stil not out but somehow proud transgendered person. And I find a long forgotten great songwriter and singer again somehow “on the same page” with me…so much has changed, but some things just…come back…now after I have had a huge depressive flash back, I can not stop smiling. I am looking forward to some long interesting hours on the internet, looking out for all the Caputo songs I`ve missed….


  2. XylophoneGender

    So glad to learn that this song turned out to be so special for you. I presume by now you’ve found the “Got Monsters” song, but if you want to see other Genderforkers gushing over it, you can check out this post:


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