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Question of the Week
"How come there are not as many resources available in regard to more experienced Transgender-friendly endocrinologists in Boston but also around the United States? The reason I ask is because there are people in the community that need to immediately consult these endocrinologists. Unfortunately what appears to be going on is that these well known, limited endos in many states are nearly impossible to see because of a rather large list of clients they currently see."
Evelien's Diary, entry 48: "Hair"
Evelien's website: www.eveliensnel.com
|59:03||Mekah Gordon: Transgender /Activist, Artist Educator/Consultant - Writer - Regional Editor of Santa Fe/For The Normal Heart Newspaper - Founder/Director ~ S. U. R. E. Foundation Santa Fe Transgender Support Group (no longer meeting). Mekah is a former school teacher who transitioned in 2000 and kept her position. She plans to run for political office in 2008 on an LGBTQI platform. She is also a jeweler and sculptor.|
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Brett Genny Beemyn, the director of the Stonewall Center at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, talks with us about a new study ze is conducting on transgender identity development. Brett Genny is a researcher and writer who works on transgender education. Ze has edited or co-edited five books/journal issues, including most recently a special issue of the Journal of Gay and Lesbian Issues in Education on "Trans Youth." Brett Genny is co-chair of the National Consortium of Directors of LGBT Resources in Higher Education, a board member of the Transgender Law and Policy Institute, and an associate editor of the Journal of Gay and Lesbian Issues in Education.
U Mass Stonewall Center: www.umass.edu/stonewall
About Brett Genny: www.umass.edu/stonewall/staff
Info about the study: www.umass.edu/stonewall/translives
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