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Katrina Rose, trans activist & lawyer, on the recent Texas court ruling about transsexual identity

Georgie Jessup, trans singer/songwriter, on music and indigenous peoples

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00:00 Introduction
09:45 Question of the Week
15:56 Hal Fuller's Twisted Nasty News
28:20 Katrina Rose (website members.aol.com/texkatrina, email minkatrina@aol.com), lawyer and transgender activist, columnist for the Texas Triangle, and adopted mother of two cats. Katrina shares her views on the recent Littleton vs. Prange ruling in Texas, wherein a judge ruled that a post-operative male-to-female transsexual is still male for the purposes of marriage.
56:24 Special Message
57:22 Boston area (and some national) announcements
62:43 Georgie Jessup (beautifulthunder@aol.com), singer/songwriter of transgender experience. Georgie talks about how it was her meeting with Frank Fools Crow at Wounded Knee, South Dakota, that clarifed for her the Winkte (Win-Tay) concept of embodying traits of both man and woman. She now carries on the Winkte tradition in her music and life. Georgie is a musician of long standing and respect from her peers, with a deep commitment to spiritual wholeness.
Her CD "American Holocaust" is available directly from her for $15 (send a check to 7553 Wigley Ave, Jessup, MD 20794). All proceeds from the sale of American Holocaust will be dontated to The Chief Frank Fools Crow Memorial Foundation and Humanitarian Fund.
She also has a tape of trans-specific material -- songs include "Transsexual Truck Stop" and "Post-Op Freeway" -- for $12.
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