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Trisha Learns More About These Men Who Claim They Were Trapped in the Wrong Body

STAMFORD – September 27, 2012 –Trisha examines the complicated lives of men who were born female on “Trisha Goddard” airing Wednesday, October 3rd (check local listings).


In this incredible episode, Rocco, Ryan and Ian come from different backgrounds but share the same story…they were all born female.  In another segment, 11 years ago April married Tom and gave birth to four kids.  But six months after giving birth to their last child, April decided to become a man named Logan.  Trisha learns more about the intriguing lives of these men who were born females.


When Trisha asks Rocco the delicate question regarding removing certain female body parts to become a man, his comedic response is “Oh yes, please, take them… thanks for the mammaries.”  Rocco’s brother is in the audience and comments about his former-sister, now brother’s transformation, “These people are just people that just want to live their lives and be happy like everybody else.”


“Trisha Goddard” is distributed in national syndication by NBCUniversal Domestic Television Distribution and produced by Stamford Media Center Productions, the same production team behind several long-running and successful NBCU talk shows including “Maury,” “The Jerry Springer Show” and “The Steve Wilkos Show.”

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About NBCUniversal Domestic Television Distribution:

The NBCUniversal Domestic Television Distribution division is responsible for the sales and distribution of NBCUniversal product to all forms of television within the U.S. and Canada. The division develops and produces first-run programming and distributes these shows, along with off-network content, to broadcast syndication. Current first-run broadcast syndicated programming includes “Steve Harvey,” “Trisha Goddard,” “Access Hollywood,” “Access Hollywood Live,” “The Jerry Springer Show,” “Maury,” “The Steve Wilkos Show,” “The Chris Matthews Show”  and “The Wall Street Journal Report with Maria Bartiromo.” Current off-network programming includes “30 Rock,” “Baggage,” “House,” “Law & Order,” “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” and “The Office.”

In the Canadian marketplace, the division sells current television and film product as well as content from NBCUniversal’s vast library (Universal Pictures, Focus Features, Universal Television, Universal Cable Productions, NBC Late Night properties) to broadcast, basic cable, pay cable and subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) platforms. Current programming includes “Go On,” “The Mindy Project,” “Covert Affairs,” “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” and “Smash.”

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