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Ari Kane Papers

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Ari Kane, born in 1936, is a bisexual and nonbinary counselor, gerontologist, and sexologist known for founding the Outreach Institute of Gender Studies as well as Fantasia Fair, a yearly festival for the transgender and gender-nonconforming community. The Outreach Institute focuses on providing programs that broaden understanding about the diversity of gender experience, expression, and perception in daily life, and to facilitating research in all aspects of the phenomenon of human gender, particularly as it pertains to sexuality. Portions of Kane’s papers are also held at Harvard and the University of Victoria.

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Identifier
3t945q94q
Collection
Discovery Resources
Institution
GLBT Historical Society
Creator(s)
GLBT Historical Society
Dates Covered
1975 to 1999
Genre
Finding Aids
Subject(s)
Fantasia Fair
Topic(s)
Bisexuals
Gender diversity
Transgender people
Table of Contents
["This collection largely consists of materials from Fantasia Fair, as well as various gender conferences; there is also a box of Outreach Institute materials and a box of publications."]
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Text
Language
English
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