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Collection: Cross-Port InnerView Institution: Digital Transgender Archive Creator: Cross-Port Date: Feb. 1993 Topics: Clothing, Crossdressers, Crossdressing, Drag queens, Femininity, Feminism, Gender identity, Prejudices, Transgender people, Transphobia, Transsexual people Subject: Barony Ball, Michelle Kosilek Description: Magazine name changed from "Cross-Port" starting with Vol. 1 No. 3 (September, 1985)
Collection: International Conference on Transgender Law and Employment Policy: Annual Proceedings and Newsletters Institution: Digital Transgender Archive Creator: Stuart, Sharon Ann Date: Aug. 1993 Topics: Air force, Army, Coming out, Crossdressing, Military, Military discharge, Military law, Navy, Surveys, Transgender community, Transgender military personnel, Transgender people Subject: George Brown, John W. Shannon, Military Law Project, Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG)
Collection: Chi Chapter Newsletters Institution: Digital Transgender Archive Creator: Peters, Denise Date: Oct. 1998 Topics: Civil wars, Clothing, Coming out, Crossdressers, Crossdressing, Drag, Elections, Fashion, Fetishism, Gender bending, HIV/AIDS, Parties, Partners, Plays, Role behaviour, Transgender people Subject: Alan Lanning, Be All You Want to Be, Candace D. Mahne, Chicago Gender Society, Femme Mirror, Garden Party, Kiki Carmichael, Les Bi-Gay Radio, Olivia Connors, Peggy Rudd, Puttin on the Ritz, Rachel James, Randi Ettner, Tapestry Magazine, Tommy Gun's Garage, Tri-Ess Society for the Second Self, Who's Really from Venus Description: Periodical name changed from "The Chi Tribune" starting with Vol. 36 No. 2 (February, 1997)
The International Bill of Gender Rights vs. The Cider House Rules: Transgenders Struggle with the Courts Over What Clothing They are Allowed to Wear on the Job, Which Restroom They are Allowed to Use on the Job, Their Rights to Marry, and the Very Definition of Their Sex
Collection: Phyllis Frye Collection Institution: Digital Transgender Archive Creator: Frye, Phyllis Randolph Date: Autumn 2000 Topics: Acceptance, Bathrooms, Civil rights, Clothing, Discrimination, Employment discrimination, FtMs, Gender diversity, Gender dysphoria, Gender identity, Hate crimes, Intersex, Law, MtFs, Olympics, Personal and family law, Physicians, Prisoners, Stereotypes, Transgender people, Transitioning, Women's movement Subject: Christie Lee Littleton, Cider House Rules, Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), International Bill of Gender Rights (IBGR), International Conference on Transgender Law & Employment Policy (ICTLEP), Joanna McNamara, Littleton v. Prange, Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA), Price Waterhouse, Schwenk v. Hartford Description: Frye describes the article: "My first law review – it is 85 pages long. The first half is a comprehensive legal history of the discrimination against transgenders. The second half contains strategi...