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Special tribute: Trans community leaders remember hardworking transgender activist and leader Penni Ashe Matz, who lost her battle with cancer on March 12

Larry Gross, professor of communication and longtime gay rights and media activist, on GLBT and Trans presence in American media

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00:00 Introduction
10:47 Question of the week
Question: "I was talking with Amana Hotpoint the other night and I mentioned how I thought that being androgyne (as I am) might well be the psychological counterpart to intersex. After all, many intersexed folks refer to themselves as being inter-gendered. Also, after talking with Amana, it occurred to me that intersexed folks are the opposite of transsexuals insofar as (many of them had "corrective" surgery when young and) they are mad that someone got rid of a body part of theirs, while transsexuals look forward to getting rid of a body part of theirs. Food for thought? "
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20:58 Hal Fuller's Twisted Nasty News
32:20 Special Tribute to Penni Ashe Matz:
The following transgender activists and community leaders join with us (one at a time) in remembering Penni:
Riki Anne Wilchins, executive director of GenderPAC
Nancy Cain, executive director of the International Foundation for Gender Education
Alejandro Daviko Marcel, executive director of the Transgender Education Network
Jessica Zavier, founder of transgender Nation and former director of It's Time, America
67:36 Special Message
68:48 Boston area (and some national) announcements
72:49 Larry Gross, professor of communication at Annenberg school of Communication, University of Pennsylvania, is a long time gay and media activist, and co-Chair of the National Research Advisory Board of the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD). Larry has done groundbreaking work on gay and lesbian representation in the mainstream media and the politics of Outing, and has authored and edited numberous books. He recently edited The Columbia Reader on Lesbians & Gay Men in Media, Society, and Politics (Between Men~Between Women: Lesbian and Gay Studies), and is widely known for his book " Contested Closets: The Politics and Ethics of Outing." His newest book, soon to be released by Columbia Press, is "Up From Invisibility: Lesbians, Gay Men and the Media in America."
We talked with Larry about the changing roles of GLBT people in the media, and the parallels between gay presence in the 50's and 60's and transgender presence today.
89:56 End
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