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  1. Interview with Kate Bornstein

     
    Collection: Audio and Video, Clips and Transcripts
    Institution: NYC Trans Oral History Project
    Creator: Bornstein, Kate
    Date: Nov. 4, 2019
    Topics: Activists, Actors, Buddhism, Cancer, Chat rooms, Childhood, Counseling, Crossdressers, Crowdsourcing, Cults, Death and dying, Drag queens, Ethnic groups, Femininity, Film, FtMs, Fundraising, Gender, Gender diversity, Gender realignment surgery, Health, Health care, Lesbians, LGBTI community, Overweight people, Postmodernism, Religions, Scientology, SM, Suicide, Theatre, Transgender community, Transgender people, Transgender studies, Women's studies, World war II, Wrestling, Writers, Youth
    Subject: 9/11 Terror Attacks, A Queer and Pleasant Danger, A Thousand and One Ways to Live Without Working, America Online, B'hai, Barbara Carrellas, Christine Jorgensen, Church of Scientology, Gazebo, Gender Just for the Fun of it: Compassionate Gender Strategies for Divisive Times, Gender Outlaw, Hello Cruel World, I Am Cait, Jamison Green, Laura Vogel, Lee Sullivan, On Our Backs, Power Surge, Tuli Kupferberg, We Croak
    Description: Kate Bornstein discusses her life as a writer and actor. Moving between growing up in a Jewish family on the New Jersey shore, studying acting in school, joining the Church of Scientology, finding ...
  2. Interview with Tourmaline

     
    Collection: Oral Histories with People of Color
    Institution: NYC Trans Oral History Project
    Creator: Tourmaline
    Date: Sep. 18, 2019
    Topics: Ableism, Artists, Black people, Black power, Black studies, Christianity, Discrimination, Film, Gender diversity, Gender role, Gentrification, HIV-positive people, HIV/AIDS, Homophobia, Housing, Kwanzaa, Prisons, Pronoun, Racism, Religions, Trade unions, Transgender people, Transphobia
    Subject: Atlanta is a Sea of Bones, Black Panthers, Critical Resistance 10 (CR 10), Curb Resistance, David Farwell, Diane Davies, Faith Soloway, FIERCE, Happy Birthday, Marsha, Invaders, Jay Toole, Joseph DeFilippis, Legacy of Bones, Marcus Garvey, Marsha P. Johnson, Miss Egyptt, Miss Major, Mudbound, Ola Osaze, Queers for Economic Justice, Sasha Warsal, Sylvia Rivera Law Project, Taking Freedom Home, The Door, The House of Lady Snow, Veterans Affairs (VA), Welfare Warriors, Women's Liberation Front
  3. Interview with Che Gossett

     
    Collection: Oral Histories with People of Color
    Institution: NYC Trans Oral History Project
    Creator: Gossett, Che
    Date: May 3, 2019
    Topics: AIDS education, Arab-Israeli conflict, Archivists, Baptist church, Black people, Black studies, Colonialism, Community centres, Cross-cultural relationships, Education, Femininity, Film, Gay clergy, Gender, Gender studies, Gentrification, HIV/AIDS, Homeless people, Homelessness, Justice, Labour, Military, Politics, Prisons, Pronoun, Racism, Relationships, Religions, Roman catholicism, Segregation, Thai boxing, Transgender community, Transgender people
    Subject: ACT UP Philly, All of Us or None, Association of Community Organization for Reform Now (ACORN), Audre Lorde Project, Black Panthers, Center for Reserach on Women at Barnard, Critical Resistance, Darby Hickey, David Farwell, Detroit: Yes I Do Mind Dying, Different Avenues, Fox News, Fred Milton, Galaei, George Jackson, Hearts on a Wire, James Baldwin, Jerry Brown, Lambda Literary Retreat, Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr., Michael Gurden, Native Son, Philadelphia FIGHT, Project Home, Roxbury, Ryan Smith, Ryan White Youth Conference, Street Transgender Action Revolutionaries (STAR), The Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC), Trans Health Conference, Uphams Corner Health Clinic, Yuri Kochiyama
    Description: Che Gossett shares on the left political history of their parents, their time spent in multiple abolitionist, black and queer organizing groups, and their becoming a critical scholar of trans studi...
  4. Interview with Angal Field

     
    Collection: Audio and Video, Clips and Transcripts
    Institution: NYC Trans Oral History Project
    Creator: Field, Angal
    Date: May 1, 2019
    Topics: Colonialism, Family members, Film, Gay identity, Gay liberation, Gender, Gender bending, Health care, Hormones, Lesbians, Liberals, Photography, Politics, Privilege (Social psychology), Religions, Roman catholicism, Sexual practices, Sexuality, Transgender community, Transgender identity, Transgender people, Transgender youth, Transitioning, Visibility
    Subject: Barnard University, Celina Sciamma, Tomboy
    Description: Angal Field shares their experience of being a writer, filmmaker and photographer in today’s media landscape and discusses the trappings of trans visibility. Using the medium of film to “speak back...
  5. Interview with Capri Kasai

     
    Collection: Oral Histories with People of Color
    Institution: NYC Trans Oral History Project
    Creator: Kasai, Capri
    Date: Mar. 19, 2019
    Topics: Black people, Body image, Child abuse, Childhood, Climatic changes, Conservatism, Disaster medicine, Divorce, Environmental justice, Environmentalism, Femininity, Film, Gender, Gender diversity, Gender fluid, Gender identity, Gender role, Health care, Homophobia, Internet, Lesbian identity, LGBTI community, Liberalism, Masculinity, Military, Misogyny, Moving, Household, Music, Parents, Politics, Polygamy, Public health, Queer theory, Racism, Religions, Skinheads, Southern States, Visibility, Writers
    Description: Capri recounts their childhood in a military family and the resulting relocations that their family underwent. They address family dynamics that continue to affect their inner monologue and relatio...
  6. Interview with Tei Okamoto

     
    Collection: Oral Histories with People of Color
    Institution: NYC Trans Oral History Project
    Creator: Okamoto, Tei
    Date: Mar. 10, 2019
    Topics: Artists, Black people, Coming out, Drag balls, Family members, Femininity, Film, Gender, Gender role, Health care, Heterosexuals, HIV/AIDS, Japanese American families, Masculinity, Medical interventions, Oral history, Poetry, Prisons, Pronoun, Racially mixed people, Sex education, Sex workers, Sexuality, STDs, Substance abuse, Transgender community, Transgender people, Transitioning, Youth
    Subject: Asians, Blacks, and Latin and United New Tribes (ABLUNT), Azar Namdar, Bette Ledder, Black Lives Matter (BLM), Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies (CLAGS), Che Vilanueva, Christopher Lee, City University of New York (CUNY), Club Universe, Coco Club, Dejah Dior, Estella Gonzales, Gail Wyatt, Gerbari Allah, Gina Eichenbaum, Greg Kats, House 806, House of Hope, House of Infinity, Human Rights Campaign (HRC), Imani Uzuri, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Jeannie Little, Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP), Joan Morgan, Joel Gomez, Justice: Just Us, Kara Paige, Kelsey Lou, Menses, Omar Daniel, Planned Parenthood, Project Street Beat, Queers for Economic Justice, Rockwood Fellow, Samin Bashir, Sarah Schulman, Sienna Shields, Sweetest Hangover, Tenderloin AIDS Resource Center, The Slams, Tom Dwayne, Tranny Fest, Trans Advocay in Rural Places (TARP), Trans Project at University of California, San Francisco, Trish Moran, When the Chicken Heads Come Home to Roost, Whitney Biennial, Women's Health Project, Zander Gracia
  7. Interview with Hannah Soldner

     
    Collection: Audio and Video, Clips and Transcripts
    Institution: NYC Trans Oral History Project
    Creator: Soldner, Hannah
    Date: Jan. 15, 2019
    Topics: Assigned gender, Bible--Versions, Hussite, Childhood, Christianity, Ethnic diversity, Family members, Film, Gay theology, Gender, Gender role, Liberation theology, Masculinity, Masturbation, People with disabilities, Pronoun, Religions, Sexuality, Social classes, Theology, Writers
    Subject: Lab/Shul, Martin Luther King Jr., Pirkei Avot, Sylvia Rivera, This is my Body Communion (TBS), University of Colorado - Boulder, Vacation Bible School (VBS), Women of Transgender Expierence
  8. Luce Lincoln Oral History

     
    Collection: Audio and Video, Clips and Transcripts
    Institution: NYC Trans Oral History Project
    Creator: Awad, Nadia, Lincoln, Luce
    Date: Jul. 25, 2017
    Topics: Activists, Anarchism, Appearance, Coming out, Ethnic groups, Families, Film, Gender diversity, Immigrant youth, LGBTI community, Passing, Schools, Self-acceptance, Transgender people, Travel, Youth organisations
    Subject: Kate Bornstein, Leslie Feinberg, Luce Lincoln
  9. Anna Keyes Oral History

     
    Collection: Audio and Video, Clips and Transcripts
    Institution: NYC Trans Oral History Project
    Creator: Maya, Elliott, Keyes, Anna
    Date: Jul. 14, 2017
    Topics: Acceptance, Artists, Bullying, Childhood, Colleges, Coming out, Depression, Ethnic groups, Families, Film, Film studies, Gender identity, Gender relations, Gender role, Health care, Hormones, MtFs, Passing, Public space, Relationships, Representation, Self-acceptance, Social media, Transgender community, Transgender people, Transitioning
    Subject: Anna Keyes
  10. Interview with James Schwartz

     
    Collection: Audio and Video, Clips and Transcripts
    Institution: Jean-Nickolaus Tretter Collection, University of Minnesota
    Creator: Schwartz, James
    Date: Jun. 15, 2017
    Topics: Acceptance, Assigned gender, Change of name, College students, Coming out, Development, Environmentalism, Film, FtMs, Gay identity, Gender dysphoria, Gender identity, Gender realignment surgery, Gender-nonconforming people, Health insurance, Hormones, Internalised homophobia, LGBTI movement, Masculinity, Religions, Self-acceptance, Sexuality, Social media, Social norms, Support groups, Therapies, Transgender community, Transphobia
    Subject: Forest and Natural Resource Management, Gender and Sexuality Center for Queer and Trans Life, Gender Education Center, Program in Human Sexuality, University of Minnesota
    Description: James Schwartz identifies as a trans man and was assigned female at birth. He was born in Maple Grove, Minnesota where his parents grew up and then moved to Monticello, Minnesota in second grade. S...
  11. Interview with Aria Said

     
    Collection: Oral Histories with People of Color
    Institution: Jean-Nickolaus Tretter Collection, University of Minnesota
    Creator: Said, Aria
    Date: Jun. 6, 2017
    Topics: Adopted children, African American transgender people, Appearance, Assigned gender, Black people, Catholic Church--Education, Drag queens, Film, Foster parents, Gender fluid, Gender identity, Gender realignment surgery, Gender role, Gentrification, Imprisonment, Language, Mental health, MtFs, NGOs, Passing, Privilege (Social psychology), Self-acceptance, Serial killings, Sexuality, Social media, Therapies, Transgender community, Transgender people, Visibility
    Subject: Christine Jorgensen, Harry Benjamin Standards of Care, Isis King, Marsha P. Johnson, Miss Major, Sojurner Truth Leadership Circle Fellowship for Transformational Leadership, Stonewall, Sylvia Rivera, TGI Justice Project
    Description: Aria Said identifies as a black heterosexual transsexual female or trans woman, and she was assigned male at birth. She was born and raised in Portland, Oregon as well as Beaverton, Oregon, which i...
  12. LG MS 41 Jean Vermette Papers

     
    Collection: Discovery Resources
    Institution: LGBTQ+ Collection, University of Southern Maine Libraries
    Creator: Marvullo, Anthony
    Date: Nov. 2016
    Topics: Action committees, Anti-transgender violence, Bathrooms, Biology, Child custody, Children, Counseling, Discrimination, Documentaries, Education, Emancipation, Film, FtMs, Gender, Gender diversity, Gender identity, Gender realignment surgery, Harassment, Health, Hormone therapy, Intersex people, Law, LGBTI, Medicine, MtFs, Politics, Same-sex marriage, Schools, Sexual orientation, Sportspersons, Support groups, Transgender people
    Subject: Anne Moir, Annual FTM Conference of the Americas, Arlene Istar Lev, As Nature Made Him: The Boy Who Was Raised As A Girl, Bangor Daily News, Brain Sex: The Real Difference Between Men and Women, Brockton Court Rules in Favor of Transgender Student, Charles O. Howard, Chloe Ann Rounsley, Christie Lee Littleton, Chrysalis, Confessions of a Gender Defender, Counseling in Wonderland: A Guide for You and Your Transgendered Client, David Jessel, Donald E. Tarver, EqualityMaine, Feminizing Hormonal Therapy for the Transgendered, Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders (GLAD), Gender Outlaw: On Men, Women, and the Rest of Us, Gender Outside the Box, Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law, Gerald P. Mallon, Gianna E. Israel, Goins v. West, Hermaphrodites Speak!, Hormonal Treatment for the Transsexual: An Overview for Profesionals, Hormones For The Male To Female, In the Grey, International Conference on Transgender Law & Employment Policy (ICTLEP), International Foundation for Gender Education (IFGE), International Symposium on Gender Dysphoria, Intersex Society of North America, Intersex: Redefining Sex, Je Me Souviens, Jean Byers Sampson Center for Diversity in Maine Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer + Collection, Jean Vermette, Jennifer Finney Boylan, John Colapinto, Jonathon Mark Littleton, Julienne Goins, Kate Bornstein, Kim Elizabeth Stuart, Lee v. Cavazos, Legal Aspects of Transsexualism, Lessons from the Intersexed, Littleton v. Prange, Maine Civil Rights Act March, Maine Gender Resource and Support Service (Megress), Maine Human Rights Commission (MHRC), Maine Lesbian Gay Political Alliance (MLPGA), Mani Bruce Mitchell, Mani's Story, Mark A. Prange, Marty Hagglund, Masculinizing Hormonal Therapy for the Transgendered, Mildred L. Brown, My Daughter Changed Sex, National Gay and Lesbian Task Force (NGLTF), National Journal of Sexual Orientation Law, National Transgender Advocacy Coalition (NTAC), Niela Miller, Our Trans Children, Out Front, Phyllis Randolph Frye, Physician's Guide to Transgendered Medicine, PJ Mears, Psychiatric Grand Rounds: When G.I. Joe and Barbie Trade Places, Randi Ettner, Rosebuds, Sheila Kirk, She’s Not There: A Life In Two Genders, Slavery, Sex, and Gender, Social Services with Transgendered Youth, Spencer Bergstedt, Survivor Project, Suzanne J. Kessler, The Journal of Gender Studies, The Uninvited Dilemma: A Question of Gender, Trans Law Review, Trans Youth Poll, Trans-Talk, TransCare, Transgender Care: Recommended Guidelines, Practical Information & Personal Accounts, Transgender Emergence: Therapeutic Guidelines for Working with Gender Variant People and Their Families, Transgender Law and Policy Institute (TLPI), Transgender Legal Issues in New England, Transgender Tapestry, Transgenderism and Sexual Orientation, More Than A Marriage of Convenience, Transitioning Our Shelters: A Guide to Making Homeless Shelters Safe for Transgender People, Translegalities: A Legal Guide For MTFs: Male to Female Transsexuals, Transsuport, True Selves: Understanding Transsexualism
  13. Interview with Raymond Rea

     
    Collection: Audio and Video, Clips and Transcripts
    Institution: Jean-Nickolaus Tretter Collection, University of Minnesota
    Creator: Raymond, Rea
    Date: Oct. 16, 2016
    Topics: Addictions, AIDS activists, Clothing, College teachers, Communities, Family members, Feminism, Film, FtMs, Gay culture, Gay pride, Gender diversity, Gender fluid, Gender identity, Gender minorities, Gender realignment surgery, HIV/AIDS, Homophobia, Hormones, Hysterectomy, Masculinity, Middle class, Misogyny, Punk, Relationships, Self-repression, Sexism, Skinheads, Social classes, Stigmatisation, Substance abuse, Transgender people, Transphobia
    Subject: Harvey Milk
    Description: Raymond Rea was born in the 1960s. He identifies as a queer trans male and was assigned female at birth. He was born in upstate New York and then moved to Concord, Massachusetts, a small middle-to-...
  14. Guide to the Eunice M. Fisher Collection, 1994-2016

     
    Collection: Discovery Resources
    Institution: University of South Florida
    Creator: University of South Florida Tampa Libraries
    Date: Jun. 29, 2016
    Topics: Activists, Christianity, Film, Gay pride, Human rights, Human rights organisations, Life stories, Religions
    Subject: Christian AND Lesbian: A Life in Progress (2006), Eunice Fisher, Gay and Lesbian Community Center of Tampa Bay
    Description: A guide to a collection of materials gathered by Eunice Fisher, who moved to the Tampa Bay area later in life and became involved in LGBT activism. These papers primarily concern the Gay and Lesbi...
  15. Interview with Julienne Brown (Mizz June)

     
    Collection: Oral Histories with People of Color
    Institution: Jean-Nickolaus Tretter Collection, University of Minnesota
    Creator: Brown, Julienne (Mizz June)
    Date: May 6, 2016
    Topics: African American transgender people, Allies, Bullying, Christianity, Clothing, Dating, Femininity, Film, Gender fluid, Gender identity, Gentrification, Intersectionality (Sociology), Labelling, LGBTI community, Migration, Representation, Role behaviour, Schools, Sexism, Sexual identity, Transgender identity, Transgender people, Transphobia
    Subject: Audre Lorde Project (ALP), FIERCE, Gay Men's Health Crisis (GMHC), Marsha P. Johnson, Sylvia Rivera
    Description: Julienne Brown “Mizz June,” grew up in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. She describes her strong relationship with her grandfather and her challenges with her mother’s adherence to her Jehovah’s W...