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Sandra Clark, musician and parent from Toledo Ohio, on her memoir of her transition from man to woman called "Running To Normal"

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00:00 Introduction
  • Columbus Day
  • 'Coming Out' day
  • 'Vote For Change' grand finale concert
  • Registering to Vote
  • TV: "He's A Lady" starts Oct. 19
14:40 Questions of the Week

"I have been on hormones for 6 months now and I just had a second blood test as I am doing this under a doctors care I wont risk my health. Anyway the test came back and my prolactin levels came back double what they should be. I am having another test if it comes back high again I will have to cease hormones. Is it possible to fully transition without the hormones and any advice would be greatly appreciated. "
(From: Alexandra)

23:21 Hal Fuller's Twisted Nasty News:
  • Same-sex marriage can go either way, says CA state attorney general
  • Washington, DC: House rejects inclusion in hate crimes
  • Anti-gay marriage constitutional amendment defeated
  • Naked voter registration encouragement
  • BU student to publish "Boink"
  • Woman convicted of selling stones to rioters
  • R-rated puppets
  • Mysterious bones
36:01 Nancy & Gordene on some current day Native American issues
41:01 Buffy St. Marie / Columbus Day by Hal Fuller
46:21 Nancy & Gordene on education around "Columbus Day", Leonard Peltier, and much more
55:50 Special Message
56:42 Announcements: Boston area & National events
60:32 Transsexuality always involves more than one person, affecting relationships with all of the people who were and will be their friends and family. Moreover, the transsexual experience presents a unique opportunity for an individual to see beyond the normal gender confines, sometimes to the benifit of others. Sandra Clark, who has published a memoir of her transition from man to woman called "Running To Normal", highlights some observations about her daughter's gender development, as well as well as her own journey of self-discovery.

More information:

  • You can find her book here
90:48 End

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