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Karen Mass, the activist TS who asked presidential candidate Al Gore what he would do for the rights of transgendered persons.

Radio host, Qspirit founder, and author of "Coming out Spiritually" Christian de la Huerta.

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00:00 Introduction
11:34 Question of the Week
19:21 Hal Fuller's Twisted Nasty News
31:19 Karen Mass, the intrepid activist who recently captured national attention for a brief moment as the transsexual who asked presidential candidate Al Gore what he would do about the exclusion of transgender people from the federal Employment Non-Discrimination Act. Karen is secretary of the Iowa Coalition Human Rights, and steering committee member for the Iowa Stonewall Democrats. She designs cockpit displays for a living.
Karen tells us about her activism and beliefs, and about her own problems with SRS (sex reassignment surgery).
57:33 Special Message
59:22 Boston area (and some national) announcements
66:06 Christian de la Huerta, author of "Coming Out Spiritually: The Next Step," and host of "SpiritWave", an internet radio talk show on that deals with practical issues of spirituality in our everyday lives, including sex, relationships, money, politics and work. He is also the founder and executive director of Qspirit, an organization for gay/lesbian/queer people who wish to connect with others sharing an interest in personal growth, spirituality and the many expressions of each. We asked Christian what is spirituality, what is Qspirit, and what does it mean to 'come out spiritually'?
89:10 End
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