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Julie Wyman, producer of a new documentary titled "A Boy Named Sue," that spans six years in the life of a transman and his partner.

Greg Herren, Lambda Literary Book Report editor, on this year's "Lammy" literary award finalists.

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00:00 Introduction
12:52 Chuck Rossina, co-host and co-producer of "No Censorship Radio" and longtime news director for WMBR, provides a brief report on the ongoing student protests at Harvard University.
18:36 Question of the week
Question: "I live in a remote town of 14,000 on an island in Alaska, and I am wondering about the effectiveness of having a therapist over the phone, due to the lack of resources here. I am already on self-administered HRT (hormone replacement therapy), but I want to go the "right/safe" route as soon as possible. "
(from Sheryl, Kodiak, AK)
Question: "I want to talk directly/personally to you and your crew on the radio. What telephone number and time and date do I use to contact you directly in person?"
(from JoAnn Zaba, Golden Colorado)
24:34 Hal Fuller's Twisted Nasty News
36:05 Julie Wyman, an award-winning filmmaker, talks about her first full length film, the documentary "A Boy Named Sue", which follows six years in the lives of female-to-male transexual Theo and his lesbian partner Lisi. Her previous works, "I Shot my W.O.D.", "Enjoy", and "Stunt Double" have screened internationally at festivals, galleries, and on national cable television, including many screenings at Gay/Lesbian film festivals. Wyman is currently working on a documentary about a troupe of fat sychronized swimmers, a film that shares in her larger goal of projecting onto the screen images of bodies that are usually not seen.
More information about "A Boy Named Sue" is available at http://www.wmm.com/catalog/pages/c524.htm
60:13 Special Message
61:12 Boston area (and some national) announcements
66:50 Greg Herren, Lambda Literary Book Report editor, talks with us about this year's "Lammy" Lambda literary awards finalists. Finalists in the "Transgender" category are: Visit the Lambda web site
89:09 End
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