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Anything But Love
by Georgie Jessup
Most crossdressers are shy about allowing their pastime to become public knowledge, and so it is a rare treat to welcome an 'out' crossdresser as a guest on GenderTalk. Dr. Alice (Richard) Novic, a Harvard-educated psychiatrist, talks with us about hir evolution as a crossdresser, from childhood awakening to adult compromises. She describes hir book, Alice in Genderland, as "the first modern memoir by a crossdresser".
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This past week, Boston's Gay & Lesbian Advocates and Defenders (GLAD) announced the successful settlement of a lawsuit by a transsexual against her employer, St. Anselm College of Manchester, New Hampshire. Carisa Cunningham, GLAD's Director of Public Affairs and Education, joins us to talk about this case as well as other work currently on GLAD's plate.
Carisa is a long-time non-profit communications professional specializing in AIDS, public health, and LGBT issues. She has been director of public relations for AIDS Action Council (Washington), Wheelock College, and AIDS Action Committee (Boston), and worked in public relations for Gay Men's Health Crisis in the 1980's. She most recently worked for the Harvard AIDS Institute in Botswana, handling communications surrounding the first HIV vaccine trial to take place in Southern Africa. She is a graduate of Oberlin College, and has taught non-profit public relations at Boston University's College of Communications.
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