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Andrea Uehara, a WMBR contributor and transsexual who is transitioning at her job at a food cooperative

Lori Buckwalter, the executive director of "It's Time Oregon," working with sexual minorities and the Portland Police on a transgender inmate guide

Drew Campbell, FTM transsexual and author of "The Bride Wore Black Leather.....and He Looked Fabulous"

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00:00 Introduction
11:47 Question of the Week
- Testicular earrings? (from Kimberly in SF)
- How to help MTF TS son/daughter? (from Cindy in Tupelo)
20:46 Hal Fuller's Twisted Nasty News
34:45 Andrea Uehara, male-to-female transexaul who is transitioning at her workplace, a food co-op. Andrea is a member of the NorthWest Gender Alliance and a volunteer diversity trainer, as well as a longtime listener and friend of GenderTalk. We talked with her about her transition and about whether she experienced additional discrimination as an Asian trannie.
52:30 Lori Buckwalter, executive director of "It's Time Oregon, and the co-chairperson of the sexual minorities roundtable with the Portland Police. We talk with Lori about the groundbreaking Transgender Inmate Booking and Classification Project.
View the Multnomah County, Oregon Inmate Special Order (June 2, 2000) on Transgender Inmate Booking and Classification
Visit the organization "It's Time, Oregon" at www.itstime.org
66:08 Special Message
67:21 Boston area (and some national) announcements
70:09 Drew Campbell, FTM transexual and pagan who, when his christian leatherdyke wife and he decided to get married, realized Emily Post didn't have the proper advice, and so authored the book "The Bride Wore Black Leather and He Looked Fabulous: an Etiquette Guide for the Rest of Us". We talked with Drew about etiquette, manners, why we need them, and time-tested rules for treating people well. We also talked about social situations involving partners in non-traditional relationships and how to deal with family members who are less than appropriately respectful of the partnership.
90:36 - End
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