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Sabrina Marcus, Southern Comfort Conference organizer, on planning the first-ever Gender March On Washington

Denise LeClair, IFGE General Manager, on the future role of the International Foundation for Gender Education

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00:00 Introduction
03:04 Stephanie Simard, student at Simmons College, and a member of International A.N.S.W.E.R. (Act Now to Stop War and End Racism), The Women's Fightback Network, and the ANSWER LGBT Caucus called "Stonewall Warriors ANSWER," joins us to talk briefly about the April 20 demonstrations in Washington, DC.
For more information:
Visit the International A.N.S.W.E.R. website at
14:19 Question of the week
" About the Florida Kantaras case, Do you feel as though the ruling may be hindered by the fact that Mike did not get his birth certificate changed until 1999? He was married by Drivers licenses many years before... "
(from: Soon to be Kai, Northern California)
" Hi, I am in the unenviable position of being 53 years old and just now having the time and resources to do what has been in the back of my mind since I was a kid, namely crossdressing. I really haven't got a clue about a lot of things like clothes sizes make up and hairstyling, I tried checking out some of the resource links from this web page but everything I find is aimed at support for young people. Whats a middleaged person like myself supposed to do "
(from: Billie, just north of boston)
22:31 Hal Fuller's Twisted Nasty News
36:20 Has the time come for a Gender March On Washington? Yes, says Sabrina Marcus, one of the organizers of Atlanta's annual Southern Comfort Conference. Learn more about this fledgling effort towards a large gender congregation in Washington, its open and inclusive organizing strategy, and how you can participate in shaping this landmark event.
For more information:
Visit the Gender March On Washington web page at:
Learn more about the Southern Comfort Conference at
65:29 Special Message
66:28 Boston area (and national) announcements
71:05 A good thing has happened: what was once the flagship of transgender organizations, the International Foundation for Gender Education, is now one among several. What role does this venerable institution now fulfill in this age of greater trans visibility and acceptance? General Manager Denise LeClair updates us on the surprisingly vibrant path being charted for this organization.
Denise is also Treasurer of the board of directors of the Tiffany Club of New England
For more information:
Visit the IFGE website at
89:56 End
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