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  1. Alison Laing With Native American Artifacts

    Collection: Alison Laing's Photographs
    Institution: Joseph A. Labadie Collection, University of Michigan
    Creator:
    Date: circa 1970 to circa 1999
    Topics: Crossdressers, Native american cultures, Photography
    Subject: Alison Laing
    Description: Alison Laing poses next to a table holding Native American cultural objects. Undated. One of Alison's areas of interest is Native American spirituality and especially two-spirit traditions. She ...
  2. Buffalo Belles Vol. 3 No. 5 (May, 1994)

    Collection: Buffalo Belles Newsletters
    Institution: E.H. Butler Library, Buffalo State
    Creator: Lorraine, Kathy
    Date: May 1994
    Topics: Augmentation mammaplasty, Clothing, Communication, Communities, Cosmetics, Crossdressers, Crossdressing, Death and dying, Femininity, Gender relations, Masculinity, Native american cultures, Partners, Passing, Suicide, Transgender people, Transsexual people, Two-spirit people, Wigs
    Subject: Alison Laing, Be All You Want to Be, Canadian Crossdressers Club (CCDC), Chi Chapter, College Outreach Speker's Bureau, Coming Together, Working Together Convention, Erie Sisters, Fantasia Fair, International Foundation for Gender Education (IFGE), Janice Gnau, Jennifer Stevens, Jerri McClain, Jerry McClain, JoAnn Roberts, Lois Shawver, Niagara Gazette, Nu Phi Chi, Rena Swifthawk, Richard F. Docter, Rochester CD Network, Sheila Kirk, Susi Rogol, To Be a Woman, Toronto Crossdresser Club, Tri-Ess Society for the Second Self, Virginia Prince
  3. Buffalo Belles Vol. 3 No. 6 (June, 1994)

    Collection: Buffalo Belles Newsletters
    Institution: E.H. Butler Library, Buffalo State
    Creator: Lorraine, Kathy
    Date: Jun. 1994
    Topics: Appearance, Clothing, Cosmetics, Crossdressers, Crossdressing, Gender, Gender diversity, Gender realignment surgery, Intersex people, Jewelry, Masculinity, Native american cultures, Passing, Transsexual people
    Subject: Anne Fausto-Sterling, Be All You Want to Be, David Sims, Elizabeth Club, Fantasia Fair, Gender Blending: Confronting the Limits of Duality, Gender Dysphoria Program, Inc., Holly Devor, International Foundation for Gender Education (IFGE), Judy Van Maasdam, Prisoner of Gender, Rena Swifthawk, The Crying Game, Toronto Crossdresser Club
  4. Denver: Coming Together – Working Together

    Collection: International Foundation for Gender Education Publications and Documents
    Institution: Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University
    Creator: International Foundation for Gender Education (IFGE)
    Date: Apr. 1991
    Topics: Conferences, Crossdressers, Crossdressing, Femininity, Gender dysphoria, Gender realignment surgery, Gender role, Hormones, Masculinity, Mental health care, Native american cultures, Partners of transgender people, Passing, Physicians, Psychotherapy, Relationships, Transgender community, Transitioning, Workshops
    Subject: Betty Ann Lind, Coming Together, Working Together Convention, Jerry Montgomery, Sheila Kirk, Stanley Biber
  5. GenderFlex, Vol. 2 Issue 13 (September/October, 1992)

    Collection: TV Guise and GenderFlex
    Institution: Joseph A. Labadie Collection, University of Michigan
    Creator: Jones, Billie Jean
    Date: Autumn 1992
    Topics: Civil rights, Education, Gender identity, Gender role, Native american cultures, Religions, Transgender community
    Subject: Fantasia Fair
  6. Grace and Lace Letter Issue C

    Collection: Grace and Lace Letter
    Institution: Transgender Archives, University of Victoria
    Creator: Heller, Lee Frances
    Date: Nov. 1993
    Topics: Bible, Castration, Christianity, Crossdressers, Crossdressing, Discrimination, Eunuchs, Faith, Femininity, Gender realignment surgery, Masculinity, Native american cultures, Theology, Transgender people, Two-spirit people
    Subject: Martin Luther
  7. In the Life: Ep. 401, "Different Drummers"

    Collection: Audio and Video: Clips and Transcripts
    Institution: UCLA Film and Television Archive
    Creator: Scagliotti, John
    Date: Nov. 23, 1994
    Topics: Coyote--Folklore, Crossdressing, Cuna Indians, Documentary television programs, Gender diversity, Laguna Indians, Native american cultures, Northern Paiute Indians, Ojibwa Indians, Rappahannock Indians, Santee Indians, Teton Indians, Two-spirit people
    Subject: Beverly Little Thunder, Carole LaFavor, Inyupik, Muriel Miguel, Paula Gunn Allen, Randy Burns, Richard La Fortune, Sharon Day
    Description: Segment on two-spirit culture: 16:49-23:55
  8. In the Life: Ep. 505, "Lights, Camera, Activism! I"

    Collection: Audio and Video: Clips and Transcripts
    Institution: UCLA Film and Television Archive
    Creator: Scagliotti, John
    Date: Jun. 25, 1996
    Topics: Black people, Coyote--Folklore, Crossdressing, Cuna Indians, Documentary television programs, Drag, Drag queens, Female impersonators in motion pictures, Gender diversity, Laguna Indians, Native american cultures, Northern Paiute Indians, Ojibwa Indians, Rappahannock Indians, Santee Indians, Teton Indians, Two-spirit people
    Subject: Beverly Little Thunder, Carole LaFavor, Inyupik, Mike Nichols, Muriel Miguel, Paula Gunn Allen, Randy Burns, Richard La Fortune, Rick McKay, Sharon Day, The Bird Cage (film)
    Description: Segment on drag in Hollywood films: 18:48-22:12; Segment on Two-Spirit people: 47:29
  9. Julian Talamantez Brolaski Oral History

    Collection: Oral Histories with People of Color
    Institution: NYC Trans Oral History Project
    Creator: Lewis, AJ, Talamantez Brolaski, Julian
    Date: Mar. 24, 2017
    Topics: Androgyny, Discrimination, Gender diversity, Labour, Literature, Music, Native american cultures, Poetry, Transgender people, Two-spirit people
    Subject: Julian Talamantez Brolaski
    Description: Julian Talamantez Brolaski uses language and xirs' own pronoun paradigm to come closer to words that best express xir identity; at one time utilizing "it" as xir pronoun and appreciating the leveli...
  10. Lesbians in American Indian Cultures: III. Lesbians in Tribal Life

    Collection: Newspaper and Periodical Clippings (1950-2000)
    Institution: Independent Voices
    Creator: Allen, Paula Gunn
    Date: Spring 1981
    Topics: Intersex, Lesbian identity, Lesbians, Native american cultures, Native american studies, Native americans, Sexuality
    Subject: Lame Deer, winkte
  11. Leslie Feinberg Library Book Catalog

    Collection: Discovery Resources
    Institution: Sexual Minorities Archives
    Creator: Sexual Minorities Archives
    Date: Mar. 2017
    Topics: Academic disciplines, Arts, Bisexual identity, Books, Disability studies, Ethnic groups, Feminism, Feminists, Fiction, Gay culture, Gay liberation, Gender, Health, History, Indigenous peoples, Intersex, Judaism, Labour, Labour movement, Language, Law, Lesbians, LGBT, Liberation movements, Literature, Marxism, Media, Medicine, Mythology, Native american cultures, Philosophy, Poetry, Religions, Sexology, Social movements, Spirituality, Sports, Transgender people, Witches, Women, World war II, Youth
  12. Our Sorority Issue 16 (September 1987)

    Collection: Our Sorority: An Outreach Publication
    Institution: Joseph A. Labadie Collection, University of Michigan
    Creator: The Outreach Institute
    Date: Sep. 1987
    Topics: Acceptance, Family members, Gender dysphoria, Gender realignment surgery, Law, Native american cultures, Transitioning, Transsexualism
    Subject: Christian Hamburger, Christine Jorgensen, Games Mother Never Taught You, Great Goddess Cybele, Lili Elbe, Minority Prison Project, Queen Semiramis, Sporus, The Spirit and The Flesh - Sexual Diversity in American Indian Culture, Transsexuals in Prison, Walter L. Williams
  13. Outreach Newsletter Vol. 11 No. 1 (Winter 1987)

    Collection: Outreach Publications
    Institution: Joseph A. Labadie Collection, University of Michigan
    Creator: The Human Outreach and Achievement Institute
    Date: Winter 1987
    Topics: Counseling, Crossdressing, Femininity, Gender realignment surgery, Gender role, Masculinity, Native american cultures, Transsexualism, Two-spirit people
    Subject: The Spirit and The Flesh - Sexual Diversity in American Indian Culture, W.L. Williams
  14. Renaissance News & Views, Vol. 9 No. 11 (November 1995)

    Collection: Renaissance News & Newsletters
    Institution: Transgender Archives, University of Victoria
    Creator: Renaissance Education Association
    Date: Nov. 1995
    Topics: Activists, Androgyny, Breasts, Children of transgender people, Clothing, Crossdressers, Crossdressing, Discrimination, Drag queens, DSM, Ethnic groups, Exhibitionism, Families, Fantasies, Femininity, Fetishism, Film, Gender identity, Gender role, Human rights, Intersex, Law, Lingerie, Lobbying, Masculinity, Military service, Native american cultures, Passing, Police, Politics, Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis, Psychology, Relationships, Research, Self-image, Swimwear, Television, Transgender community, Transgender people, Victims of hate crimes
    Subject: American Psychiatric Association (APA), Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), Human Rights Campaign Fund (HRCF), Kitty Cole, Second Sex Agency, Transgender Officers Protect and Serve (TOPS), Tri-Ess Society for the Second Self, Tyra Hunter
  15. Renaissance News, Vol. 3 No. 8 (August 1989)

    Collection: Renaissance News & Newsletters
    Institution: Transgender Archives, University of Victoria
    Creator: Renaissance Education Association
    Date: Aug. 1989
    Topics: Coming out, Crossdressing, HIV/AIDS, Homophobia, Native american cultures, Partners of transgender people, Two-spirit people