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Ray Rivas, an outspoken trans person with strong ideas about transgenderism, activism, beauty and more

Tom Jackson, producer of "Greetings from Missile Street," a video documentary witnessing the effect of sanctions on civilian life in Iraq

" Sometimes if at a young age you're perceptive enough to the femininity inside of you... you secretly socialize yourself as a girl. "
- Ray Rivas

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00:00 Introduction and commentary, including:
• World peace, terror and 'world rule'
• Michael Jackson interview on television
• New on WMBR: "Peace in the Middle East"
• Gender Think Tank
14:30 Question of the Week
" I have been listening to you guys for a long time. I would like to know just what you mean by 'Gender Queer'. I am in the process of transition and you have me confused. "
(from: Mary)
22:45 Hal Fuller's Twisted Nasty News
34:03 When Gordene and Nancy attended the "Transecting the Academy" conference at Brown University recently, they met a number of people with interesting perspectives. Ray Rivas, who identifies as "woman born woman born male", shares some of his thoughts about transgenderism, identity, language, beauty and self-esteem.
62:23 Special Message
62:54 Boston area (and national) announcements
66:18 With the incessant drumbeat of war flooding the media, it's a good time to remember the victims who are suffering the worst. Tom Jackson shares with us some of his experience in producing "Greetings from Missile Street" a film documentary about the toll the sanctions against Iraq have taken on the Iraqi people.
Tom left his full time job in high tech at the end of 2000, and has been touring and showing his documentary. He was in Iraq in September of 2000 and will be heading back in mid to late March of 2003, circumsstances allowing.
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