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Ted Glick, progressive social activist and author of "Future Hope: A Winning Strategy for a Just Society"

Noelle Howey, daughter of transperson and co-editor of "Out of the Ordinary: Essays on Growing up with Gay, Lesbian, and Transgender Parents"

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00:00 Introduction
12:22 Question of the Week:
Do transgendered individuals who hormonally/surgically transition do it to bring their bodies in-line with their own feelings of who they are, or are do they do it so that they can openly express themselves as who they feel they are without abuse for inappropriate gender behaviour in our present bi-polar society? I guess what I'm asking is, why we feel that we need to morph our bodies to feel happy about ourselves within society?
(From Katherine, London, UK)
19:13 Hal Fuller's Twisted Nasty News
33:16 Ted Glick (futurehopetg@aol.com), a tireless activist for social justice who has long advocated for Native americans and working people discusses his book "Future Hope: A Winning Strategy for a Just Society". In the book, he lays out a strategy for an effective social reform movement that combines the spiritual, political, personal and universal. Ted talked about the upcoming elections and how we could all vote to strengthen alternative voices, and about the types of election reform that would facilitate the future emergence of a more representational democracy.
61:26 Special Message
62:36 Boston area (and some national) announcements
65:43 Noelle Howey is co-editor of a new book "Out of the Ordinary: Essays on Growing Up with Gay, Lesbian and Transgender Parents" that collects, for the first time, personal essays by the children of lesbian, gay, and transgender parents. Noelle talks about her relationship with her father before and after 'his' transition to 'her', and about her advocacy for all families with GLBT parents.
Currently she is at work on a memoir of growing up with her father, who became her best friend after transitioning to living as a woman.
86:39 End
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