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Mara Keisling and Kathy Padilla, transactivists who helped pass 3 trans-protective ordinances in Pennsylvania jurisdictions so far this year.

Imani Henry, female-to-male writer, activist and performer whose powerful new play chronicles struggles around gender issues.

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00:00 Introduction
12:01 Question of the week
" I am an 19 year old male that is a senior in high school. I am doing a paper on communicating with the opposite gender. I was wondering if you had any good information that would help me teach others how to communicate with their friends of the opposite gender. Any help on this situation would be very great. "
(from: Brian, New York)
21:12 Hal Fuller's Twisted Nasty News
38:23 Three separate ordinances protecting freedom of gender expression and identity have passed this year in Pennsylvania, and there's more coming. Join us as we meet two leading activists behind this minor earthquake, Mara Keisling, co-chair of the Pennsylvania Gender Rights Coalition, and Kathy Padilla, board member of OutFront! and the National Transgender Advocacy Coalition.
The Pennsylvania Gender Rights Coalition is a statewide organization dedicated to transgender civil rights. OutFront! is a Pennsylvania GBLT Legislative Advocacy Group.
For more information:
Mara Keisling can be emailed at mara@keisling.com
Kathy Padilla can be emailed at kathyts@aol.com
• The National Transgender Advocacy Coalition website is at www.ntac.org
62:59 Special Message
64:36 Boston area (and national) announcements
68:29 by John Campbell, at http://www.artworksjamaica.com.jm/new_page_2.html Art at its finest mirrors the unexamined aspects of life that otherwise escape our notice. Join us for a visit with FTM activist, writer and performer Imani Henry, whose powerful new stageplay "B4T" presents an inside view of the world experienced by people born female whose gender does not conform to the femme standard.
For more information:
• The International A.N.S.W.E.R. (Act Now to Stop War and End Racism) website, www.internationalanswer.org
88:52 End
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