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Nancy MacLean, professor of history and African American studies and author of a new book titled, "Freedom is Not Enough: the Opening of the American Workplace"

Emi Koyama, Director of Intersex Initiative, on the emergence of a new term, "Disorder of Sex Differentiation (DSD)"

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00:00 Introduction
21:14 Hal Fuller's Twisted Nasty News
  • Israeli lawmaker calls for banning gays from Knesset
  • Gov. Schwartzenegger to speak at gay fundraiser
  • Pentagon failing on gay issues[CSSMM report]
  • FL: 5-year old trans child respected by parents, school
  • Nevada: Soldier allowed Wiccan symbol on headstone
  • Military considers human cannon
  • Chinese village policy encourages divorces
  • Man arrested for photographing women wearing casts
  • Boca Raton resort sells $100+ hamburger
  • GT crew wishes Hal a Happy Birthday
32:48 Raving Raven
43:45 Gender News
  • South Korea's Supreme Court approves sex change
  • Dear Abby chastises violently transphobic man
  • Fraternity affirms openness to trans students
  • Supreme Court rules in favor of discrimination plaintiffs
  • Scientists discover hermaphroditic orchid
  • Lawsuits increase against employer control of employee appearance
52:19 Audio Clip: Calamity Janie and Toanie Stubbs in "Deadwood"

Featuring Calamity Jane, a foul-mouth, drunken sot with a heart of gold, speaking with the beautiful Joanie Stubbs, who is returning from a visit to the Bella Union brothel, where she mothers the girls as best she is able. Jane is looking in on Joanie to do what she can to protect her. Joanie has been threatened by a preacher who has already stabbed one of the powerful saloon owners for daring to challenge his ministrations towards the girls Joanie looks after.

First, we hear the front door slam, as Joanie enters the rustic room where Jane sprawls on the floor against a wall. Calamity, who has wet herself in her drunkenness, hastily rises. She has recently been asked by the schoolteacher, Mrs. Bullock, to tell the tale of her scouting experiences in the employ of General George Armstrong Custer.

58:45 Evelien's Diary, entry 42: "Let's Talk About Sex"

Evelien's website: www.eveliensnel.com

65:18 In the 1950s the exclusion of women and of black and Latino men from higher paying jobs was pretty universal. Today diversity in the workforce is a point of pride. How did the transformation come about? Nancy MacLean, Professor of History and African American Studies and Chair of the history department at Northwestern University, joins us to talk about her new book, "Freedom is not Enough: the Opening of the American Workplace."

Amazon.com book listing

Publisher's website

90:30 The GenderTalk Calendar
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94:35 There's a new term emerging to describe intersexuality in certain contexts, called "Disorders of Sexual Differentiation". For an explanation, we talk with Emi Koyama, director of Intersex Initiative, a Portland, Oregon based national activist and advocacy organization for people born with intersex conditions.

Emi Koyama's eminism.org

Translating Identities Conference

www.intersexinitiative.org

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