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"Hi, My name is Alexandra and I am MTF. I get a lot of conflicting opinions on how to go about transitioning, ie. some say it's better to do electrolysis, hormones, voice work first and others say that it should be that SRS is most important and the rest can be done later. So with all the conflicting opinions which is right? Or is there no wrong and right just what works best for me? "
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GenderTalk's Minority Health Commentator Alejandro Marcel:
Report on a Michigan bill that threatens to allow discrimination against GLBT persons in health care
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Our guest directed an award-winning film about a young female-to-male transperson, who happened to be a neighbor of his at one time. Sam Zolten talks about his experience in the making of a film about the young man who used to be his neighbor's daughter. Titled "Just Call Me Kade," the documentary has won awards at various film festivals.
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How does one turn discontent into a plan for action? This is the question that all activists face, and Cynthia Kaufman presents some answers in her book, "Ideas for Actions: Relevant Theory for Radical Change", from South End Press.
Cynthia Is a life long activist, having worked in the Central American Solidarity movement, a union drive, and the movement to stop police abuse. She has done anti-racism training among whites, and has been involved with the tenant's rights movement. She teaches Philosophy and Women's Studies at De Anza college in Northern California, and is the advisor to a network of radical student clubs called Students for Justice.
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