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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...
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
Collection: Renaissance News & Newsletters Institution: Transgender Archives, University of Victoria Creator: Renaissance Education Association Date: Sep. 1991 Topics: Androgyny, Anthropology, Appearance, Books, Clothing, Counterculture, Crossdressers, Discrimination, Drag queens, Drugs, DSM, Employment suspension, Femininity, Heteronormativity, Heterosexism, Hormones, Lingerie, Masculinity, Native american cultures, Prisoners, Prisons, Transgender people, Two-spirit people, Veterans Subject: F. Brantly Scott, International Foundation for Gender Education (IFGE), Playboy, We'wha