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"Why isn't facial hair medical covered for some one like me as I am a transsexual it is something that is medically necessary for my self esteem (No one like to see a bearded lady) hope some day this gets passed for transsexuals because I feel it is medically necessary."
Evelien's Diary, entry 41: "Progress"
Evelien's website: www.eveliensnel.com
Despite the recent defeat of the Federal Marriage Amendment, same-sex marriage is still under serious attack in many states. Yet almost all of the discussion about same-sex marriage is based on fear and accusation, with little factual content. Bill Eskridge, Professor of Jurisprudence at the Yale Law School, presents evidence of the effects of gay marriage in Scandanavia, where it has been legal for over a decade, as documented in the book he co-authored, Gay Marriage: For Better or For Worse? What We've learned from the Evidence.
About the book: GayMarriageBook.com
Buy from Amazon.com: Gay Marriage: For Better or For Worse?
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Tom Murray got a late start with film-making. His first feature length film was voted best feature length documentary at the Philadelphia Gay and Lesbian Film Festival in 2004. His second feature, "Fish Can't Fly" looks at the way Gay people of faith put their spirituality and sexuality in harmony. Now he's produced a film about transgender lives, inspired by the website 'HelpMeReverseMySexChange.org', titled "Almost Myself: Reflections on Mending and Transcending Gender." He depicts a variety of white MTF trans lifestyles, including the broken life of an orthodox Jewish transsexual ensnared by a reparative therapy group.
Josef Kirchner (former operator of "help me reversemysexchange.org") current web site: www.josefkirchner.com
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