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By chance, I happened to meet a Hopi Elder... when I got to know him, my paintings began to change... they became more about peace.
- Diana Bryer
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US workers work longer, less happy
Question of the Week
" What is the definition of "sex reassignment surgery"? Is a t-girl who has the scrotum removed, the penis permanently hidden and stitched up to resemble the female sex considered having sex reassignment? "
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A new movie about female-to-male transgender and transsexual persons called
Venus Boyzis just now hitting the US after opening first in Europe. Although it has won awards, it is not necessarily the friend to its subjects that it purports to be. Gabriel Baur, film director, creator and director of the film, answers some tough questions about her motives and methods.
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Venus Boyzat www.venusboyz.com
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Few artists bring more joy and love of life to their work than Diana Bryer. A New Mexican artist known internationally for her paintings of women and the natural world, she bases her vividly colorful imagery on the celebration of life and our relationship to each other, the animal kingdom, the changing seasons, and our Mother Earth. We talked with her about the experience and feelings behind her work.
Diana has lived with her family on a small farm in northern New Mexico since 1977. Her original paintings are in many public and private collections. Each of her paintings is a prayer for peace, for the environment, and for balance within the heart of male and female.
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