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Question of the Week
"Last October 15th (#532), there was a question from Pedro who said that he felt he was born the wrong race along with the associated confusion and shame.
In your answer, you talked about being in the dominant group or having certain perceived social advantages. My therapists have always made it clear to me that if you only want the social advantages of being in the other gender, you are NOT transsexual. There should be a long-term cross-gender identification expressed in the behavior in some form along with the persistent discomfort with one's perceived gender. There is also evidence that transsexuality is based in structural and neurochemical similarities between the brain of transsexuals and brains typical of their gender identity. This is independent of any desire for social advantages of any kind. Isn't this a significant difference? "
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|47:55||Matrix creator Wachowski: transgender?|
"I Have a Dream"
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. speech excerpt
Pride (In the Name of Love)
by U2, in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
|49:05||Book recommendation: Parting the Waters: America in the King Years 1954-63|
|60:44||Upcoming events of special interest, abbreviated this week.||
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. speaking at Mason Temple, Memphis, TN on 4/3/68
|64:31||In honor of Martin Luther King Day, we present, in its' entirety, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s last speech. Titled "I've Been to the Mountaintop", it was delivered in support of the striking sanitation workers at Mason Temple in Memphis, TN on April 3, 1968 - the day before Dr. King was assassinated. We precede his speech with some comments about Dr. King's largely unreported activist shifts in later years.
|94:23||The nomination of Samuel Alito to the Supreme Court threatens to plunge our nation into a decades-long slide of social regression. Joining us to discuss the dangers of his views is Olga Vives, action Vice President of the National Organization for Women (NOW). She talks about potential erosion of our rights to privacy and choice that would particluarly threaten GLBTs and women, as well as the grave danger to all of an unchecked presidency.
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