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JB Bryan, poet, painter, small press publisher and Buddhist, shares with us her experience of "zender"

Viriginia Stephenson, transactivist and proud single trans parent, on trans issues, politics, and her transition at work

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00:00 Introduction
08:42 Question of the week:
Question: " What do the letters FTM stand for? " (from: Conor O'Donnell, Ireland)
Question: " I am 51 years old and have lived with my gender conflict for my whole life. I don't know if I could ever unload this information on my family & friends, I think it would be catastrophic. I get occasional relief from cross dressing in the privacy of my apartment. I basically cross-live at home, as soon as I get home from work I change into women's clothing and I sleep in women's nightgowns. My question is that it seems as though the older I get, the more I am aware of my this common? I obsess about having breasts and getting a vagina. I've spent inordinate amounts of time checking out SRS surgeries on the internet. " (from: John)
19:23 Hal Fuller's Twisted Nasty News
31:31 J.B. Bryan is a poet, painter, graphic designer, small press publisher of La Alameda Press, who lives a funky but lovely existence with partner and daughter in the North Valley of Albuquerque, New Mexico. As a an artist, J.B. often quotes Henri Matisse: "Perhaps it is sublimated voluptuousness, and that may not be visible to everyone." J.B.'s chapbooks include "How Can I Follow My Beautiful Dreams?"; "Two Arms Held High"; "Lush in the Eddies"; "Culture Gone to Hell, Only Mountains and Rivers Remain"; and "Luscious Chlorophyll Wavy Lulu". Much of J.B.'s work is motivated by Buddhist practice. This has led to an experience which might be called 'Zender'.
61:20 Special Message
62:23 Boston area (and national) announcements
65:44 Virginia Stephenson is the executive director of New Mexico GAIN (Gender Advocacy Information Network) that informs and educates the community about transgender rights. NM-GAIN was established in October of 2000, from the Transgender Support Group of Albuquerque, to be the political advocacy arm for trans people in New Mexico. In February, 2001, representatives of NM-GAIN led the first "Transgender Awareness Day" at the State Capital in Santa Fe, and spoke with over 50 legislators about transgender rights. Virginia is also a past facilitator of the Transgender Support Group in Albuquerque. and also serves on the Board of Directors of PFLAG-Albuquerque. She is the proud transgender single parent of two children, and in October of this year, will complete her gender transition at her place of employment.
New Mexico GAIN and Trans Support Group: 505-265-7655
86:18 End
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