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Anonymous. (n.d., but mid 1990s). Premature sexual maturation of human children. Leading Edge Research. http://www.cco.net/~trufax/research/f40.html.

Anonymous. (n.d., but early 1990s). Excerpts from DSM-III-R: Gender identity disorders. Hartford, CT; The XX (Twenty) Club, Inc.

Anonymous. (n.d., but early 1990s). The Harry Benjamin Scale: The Benjamin Sex Orientation Scale (S.O.S.): Sex and gender disorientation and indecision (Males). Hartford, CT: The XX (Twenty) Club, Inc.

Anonymous. (year unknown, 10 October). Miss Jorgensen asks Agnew for apology. (Probably New York Times).

Anonymous. (n.d.). Eye too eye. Women's Wear Daily.

Anonymous. (n.d.). High court denies appeal in masquerade conviction. New York Times.

Anonymous. (n.d., but probably early 1990s). What happens when little boys play mermaid? Tallahassee Democrat.

Anonymous. (n.d.). Transsexualism (Editorial). Medical Journal of Australia, 2(6), 251-252).

Anonymous. (1883, September). In male attire. Chicago Herald.

Anonymous. (1911, 8 January). He wants to wed girl who dressed as boy: New Jersey masquerader gets an offer from California. Atlanta Constitution, B4.

Anonymous. (1911, 14 January). 4000 women in Seattle swear they're male persons. Atlanta Constitution, 7.

Anonymous. (1911, 22 January). Atlanta men and women of the near future. Atlanta Constitution, 1.

Anonymous. (1911, 20 February, 1). Girl dressed in male attire escorted to club for drink. Atlanta Consitution, 1.

Anonymous. (1911, 26 February). Dressed in men's clothes, chorus speeders arrested. Atlanta Constitution, C7.

Anonymous. (1911, 6 May). Girls masquerade as men; boy wears pink kimono. Atlanta Constitution, 2.

Anonymous. (1911, 11 May). Zoma, Reptile Queen, proves to be a man. Atlanta Constitution, 4.

Anonymous. (1911, 14 May). For years these Swiss women have worn masculine garments. Atlanta Constitution, 4A.

Anonymous. (1911, 14 May). Potsdam badly fooled by a bogus court lady. Atlanta Constitution, 4A.

Anonymous. (1911, 24 May). Woman in trousers creates commotion: Was walking from Cincinnati to New Orleans when she became lame. Atlanta Constitution, 5.

Anonymous. (1912, 22 February). In man's garb, woman seeks to join U.S. Marine Corps. Atlanta Constitution, 8.

Anonymous. (1912, 22 February). Police find their man in disguise of woman. Atlanta Constitution, 3.

Anonymous. (1912, 23 February). Diving "woman" was a mere man: By wearing skirts, birdman Beachey startles spectators at Aviation meet. Atlanta Constitution, 6.

Anonymous. Dressed as woman jail breaker caught in Atlanta. Atlanta Constitution, 3.

Anonymous. (1912, 5 May). Quits posing as man to be maidenly maid. Atlanta Constitution, 12A.

Anonymous. (1912, 25 May). Girls, dressed in trousers, try "weary Willie" life. Atlanta Constitution, 9.

Anonymous. (1912, 30 May). Girls who ride straddle are forming a polo team. Atlanta Contsitution, 9.

Anonymous. (1912, 24 July). Clothed as a man, widow goes "hoboing". Atlanta Constitution, 7.

Anonymous. (1912, 3 August). Trousered girl in crowd of hoboes found at Calhoun. Atlanta Constitution, 5.

Anonymous. (1912, 25 August). Girl to play part of "principal boy." Atlanta Constitution

Anonymous. (1912, 14 September). Girl tarred and feathered by eight married women dressed in male attire. Atlanta Constitution, 12.

Anonymous. (1912, 15 September). Dressed as woman he trapped tigers. Atlanta Constitution, 14.

Anonymous. (1912, 12 October). Wearing Atlantan's clothes girl is caught by the police. Atlanta Constitution, 4.

Anonymous. (1912, 9 December). Sleuth, garbed as luring girl, shunned by purse snatchers abut chased by the "mashers." Atlanta Constitution, 1.

Anonymous. (1912, 20 December). Chief Beavers is planning to organize police paint, powder and puff platoon. Atlanta Constitution, 1.

Anonymous. (1912, 22 December). Obituaries.

Anonymous. (1913, 12 January). Girl "rides the blinds" in the clothes of boy. Atlanta Constitution, 5F.

Anonymous. (1913, 2 February). Dr. Walker arrested because of male garb. Atlanta Constitution, 10B.

Anonymous. (1913, 3 February). Garbed as num, Mercer man enjoys girls' masquerade. Atlanta Constitution, 2.

Anonymous. (1913, 4 May). Woman played the man in war and in peace: Death discloses fact that D.J. Cashier, Civil War veteran, was a woman. Atlanta Journal, 16B.

Anonymous. (1913, 30 May). Dressed like girls and fooled the cops. Atlanta Constitution, 8F.

Anonymous. (1923, 28 June). Obituary-- Bert Savoy. Unknown source.

Anonymous. (1923, 28 June). Obituary-- Jack Vincent. Unknown source.

Anonymous. (1951, October). Report of Georgia Black, a passing man who lived as a woman. Ebony.

Anonymous. (1962, May). You won't believe your eyes. Peril: The All Man's Magazine, 6(2), 13-15.

Anonymous. (1963, April). Why the he-she sex-change "girl" divorced her hubby! Vice Squad.

Anonymous. (1964, 18 October). Wearing female clothes in public not a crime here. Herald (CT). Reprinted in the ConnecticuTView, 3(3), January, 1997.

Anonymous. (1966, 22 November). More than 100 persons wait for sex-changing operations. Paterson News.

Anonymous. (1966, 2 December). A body to match the mind. Time, 88, 52.

Anonymous. (1966, 5 December). A change of gender. Newsweek.

Anonymous. (1966, 1 December). Boys will be, er, girls, doc says: Ties wish for sex change to insecurity. Daily News (Paterson, NJ).

Anonymous. (1968). A very moral story. Medical Journal of Australia, 2, 1152-1153.

Anonymous. (1969, 15 June). Girdle "lift" brings youth short "stretch." (Probably New York Times).

Anonymous. (n.d., but probably 1960s or early 1970s). Dragnet. Women's Wear Daily.

Anonymous. (1970, 21 February). Sex and Gender. Lancet, 405.

Anonymous. (1970, 27 April). Garbed as girl, stray bullet wounds boy. Paterson News.

Anonymous. (1970, 7 October). Transsexual seeks divorce from wife; wants to remarry. New York Times.

Anonymous. (1971). Transsexualism: An insider's view. Journal of the American Society of Psychosomatic Dentistry and Medicine, 18(1), 19-24.

Anonymous. (1971, 20 August). Board fires teacher who changed sex. Paterson News (Paterson, NJ).

Anonymous. (1973, May). My daughter changed sex. Good Housekeeping, 176, 87.

Anonymous. (1974). Transvestism and transsexualism (Editorial). British Medical Journal, 2(914), 289-290.

Anonymous. (1975, 3 August). Woman used to be man, charges sex bias in suit. The Sunday Oregonian, A19.

Anonymous. (1976). Cyproterone acetate (editorial). Lancet, 7967, 1003.

Anonymous. (1980). Standards of Care: A transsexual response. Position paper by the Colorado Gender Identity Center, Inc.

Anonymous. (1982, 2 August). "Thank God-- Now I'm a macho man": Years of torment are over for "ordinary guy" trapped inside a female body. Weekly World News. Reprinted in Metamorphosis newsletter, April, 1985.

Anonymous. (1983, 31 May). Real-life "Tootsie" in reverse: For 35 year, she posed as her illegitimate daughter's husbans. Weekly World News.

Anonymous. (1984, 29 July). Siamese twin's sex-change. Toronto Sun. Reprinted in Metamorphosis newsletter, August, 1984.

Anonymous. (1985, 28 August). Surgery allows boys to be girls. Associated Press.

Anonymous. (1985, 17 September). "Your husband is a woman!" Weekly World News. Reprinted in Metamorphosis Magazine, Feb-March, 1986.

Anonymous. (1987, 20 January). Sex-change dad wants custody of wife's baby: Ex-lady cop turned guy fights mom in court. Weekly World News.

Anonymous. (1987, 26 September). Killer of trnssexual sentenced to 22 years. Rocky Mountain News.

Anonymous. (1989, July/August). The Stonewall Riots: Not just a bunch of queens. Lesbian Connection, 12(1).

Anonymous. (1989, 29 December). European Parliament calls for end to transexual discrimination. Seattle Gay News.

Anonymous. (1990, 4 February). Boeing exonerated in suit by transsexual. Seattle Times/Post-Intelligencer.

Anonymous. (1990, 8 June). European Parliament calls for end to transsexua discrimination. Seattle Gay News, 17.

Anonymous. (1991). Paul A. Walker, Ph.D. Sept. 28, 1946-Nov. 16, 1991 (Obituary). (Probably) San Francisco Bay Times.

Anonymous. (1991). Transsexualism (Editorial). Lancet, 8767, 603-604.

Anonymous. (1991). Building a better penis. Omni, 13(1), 34-35.

Anonymous. (1991, 5 February). He's paying a price for his girlish ideas. Seattle Times/Post-Intelligencer.

Anonymous. (1991, 17 April). It's a question of gender: Transsexual runner causes confusion. Atlanta Journal/Constitution.

Anonymous. (1991, 22 May). Ex-cop who posed as man is sentenced. The State (Columbia, SC).

Anonymous. (1991, 8 November). Second transsexual man found shot. Atlanta Journal/Constitution, B2.

Anonymous. (1992, 22 February). Transsexual wins bias judgement. Anderson, SC Independent.

Anonymous. (1992, 23 February). Man in high heels killed by truck. Seattle Times/Post-Intelligencer, B7.

Anonymous. (1992, 16 April). Calling for sex changes. The Stage and Television Today (Great Britain).

Anonymous. (1992, May). "I am living proof of the third sex." The Independent (Great Britain). Reprinted in the July/August 1995 issues of Gender Quest.

Anonymous. (1992, 7 August). The "other woman." Australian Women's Weekly.

Anonymous. (1992, October). Headers take center stage on the issues of identity and space. LRC Community News

Anonymous. (1993, 14 January). Man wins right to dress as woman at murder trial. Unknown newspaper.

Anonymous. (1993, 18 February). Auto-shop silicone used for injection. Oakland (CA) Tribune, A-8.

Anonymous. (1993). Portuguese "General" wasn't a military man. San Francisco Chronicle.

Anonymous. (1993, 3 May). Student arrested when he attends prom as a woman. San Francisco Chronicle.

Anonymous. (1993, 8 May). Officials drop charges. Grand Rapids Pioneer.

Anonymous. (1993, 9 May). Should you take estrogen? Parade, 10-11.

Anonymous. (1993, 10 May). Officials drop charges.

Anonymous. (1993, May). Cross-dressing student told to dress in men's attire for graduation. Atlanta Journal/Constutition.

Anonymous. (1993, 27 August). Transsexuals expelled from women's music festival. Query.

Anonymous. (1993, 30 November). (Photo of middle school principal crowning a boy Beta Beauty Queen). Mountain Press (Sevier County, TN).

Anonymous. (1993, 15 December). Transsexual vows to sue city. Atlanta Journal/Constitution, C2.

Anonymous. (1993, n.d.). Transvestite burgulars return. UPI Southeastern.

Anonymous. (n.d., but CA 1993). Jurors clear transvestite in stabbing. The State (Columbia, SC).

Anonymous. (1994, 6 January). Transgender woman says she'll pursue case against Atlanta police officer. Southern Voice, 3.

Anonymous. (1994, 23 January). Man in wig struck with bottle. Tampa Tribune.

Anonymous. (1994, 12 February). A nurse claims Rush Limbaugh ruined her reputation by calling her a lesbian. Associated Press.

Anonymous. (1994, 21 February). Talk of the town: Time wounds all heels. New Yorker.

Anonymous. (1994, 21 March). The estrogen complex. Newsweek, 76-77.

Anonymous. (1994, 11 April). Neither guys nor dolls. The New Yorker, 38.

Anonymous. (1994, 7 June). Court bans state tax on illegal drugs. Atlanta Journal/Constitution, A6.

Anonymous. (1994, 14 June). Consortium defies state order: Refuses to rehire transsexual before appeal ruling. The Titusville (PA) Herald, 1, 2.

Anonymous. (1994, 21 July). Prosecutor accused of trashing gay bar. Atlanta Journal/Constitution, A3.

Anonymous. (1994, 5 August). The straight dope. (Article on hijras). Austin Chronicle.

Anonymous. (1994, 24 August). Trial date set for male student wearing dress. (ABC News Feed).

Anonymous. (1994, 2 September). Historic first: Five national transgender organizations to sponsor educational booth at National Association of Social Workers Conference. AEGIS News Quarterly, 1.

Anonymous. (1994, 17 October). "Sometimes I just like to feel pretty." The Paris Post-Ingelligencer (Paris, TN).

Anonymous. (1994, 23 October). Philly retailer wholesaling gay and lesbian videotapes: TLA Video chain to become wholesaler in lesbian and gay videos. Video Store, 16(41), 17.

Anonymous (Photographs by S. Shacter). (1994, Fall). RuPaul redo. Esquire Gentleman Fall Fashion Special 1994, 138-139.

Anonymous. (1994, 12 November). The postmenopausal estrogen/progestin interventions (PEPI) trial. Bethesda, MD: National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute.

Anonymous. (1994, November). No macho part for Arnold-- he's pregnant. Knight-Ridder/Tribune News Service.

Anonymous. (1994, 28 November). Woman who helped convict klansman undergoes sex change. New York Native. Reprinted in TV-TS Confidential, July, 1995, p. 23.

Anonymous. (1994, 13 December). S.F. bans discrimination against 'transgenders.' San Francisco Chronicle.

Anonymous. (1994, 13-14 December). French Superior Court Recognizes Transsexual Rights. le Monde.

Anonymous. (1994, n.d.). Officer is suspended in rape class. The Washington Post. Reprinted in News Briefs, January, 1995, 10-11.

Anonymous. (n.d., but ca 1994). Transsexual candidate hits campaign trail. Observer.

Anonymous. (1995). Anarchist question and answer (Who would determine who woud qualify for gender reassignment in an anarchist society?). Anarchist Age Monthly Review, Box 20, Parkville, Melbourne, Victoria 3052, Australia.

Anonymous. (1995). King Eddie the first: Just doing his own sweet thing. Eddie Izard's Sort of Groovy Homepage.

Anonymous. (1995). Body mod for modified bodies. PFIQ: Piercing Fans International Quarterly, 44, Cover, 28-42, 55.

Anonymous. (1995, n.d., but probably 27 April). Romanian sex change gets ok.

Anonymous. (1995, January/February). Another thing you won't find in Branson. Nashville Life. Reprinted in Tennessee Vals, March, 1995.

Anonymous. (1995, 19 January). Study says feminine boys likely to be gay men. The Oregonian (Portlant).

Anonymous. (1995, 20 January). Navy discharges sailor for misconduct: He married a TS. San Francisco Chronicle.

Anonymous. (1995, 2 February). PM mata travesti com tiro no boaca: Revoltado com o preco solicitado por um travesti para um programa, o PM sacou o revolver e atirou. Diario Popular (Brazil), Cover, 5.

Anonymous. (1995, 2 February). Travesti morto por Pm em bringa de rua. Gazeta Do Povo (Brazil), 39.

Anonymous. (1995, 14 February). Irish broadcaster refuses to air latest Levi's ad. Euromarketing, VIII(22), 1.

Anonymous. (1995, February). Transexuality and cross-dressing. California State University at Northridge (CSUN) Public Affairs Journal.

Anonymous. (1995, 22 March). Watchdogs call on Congress to probe "The Secrets of NIMH." PR Newswire.

Anonymous. (1995, 4 April). Pro-family women fighting to have a voice at UK women's conference. PR Newswire.

Anonymous. (1995, 16 March). Cross-dressing Paris man sought by police in nursing fraud case. Paris Post Intelligencer (TN).

Anonymous. (1995, 21 April). N.J. shooting kills at least one officer. Atlanta Journal/Constitution, A-3.

Anonymous. (1995, 22 April). Two police officers killed by transsexual. United Press International.

Anonymous. (1995, 21 April). N.J. standoff ends. Associated Press Wire Services.

Anonymous. (1995, 21 April). Standoff ends in N.J. Associated Press Wire Services.

Anonymous. (1995, 21 April). Transsexual charged in killing. Associated Press Wire Services.

Anonymous. (1995, 21 April). Transsexual charged in slaying. Associated Press Wire Services.

Anonymous. (1995, 27 April). Prima operatie de schimbare a sexului din Romania. Monitorul.

Anonymous. (1995, 27 April). Tinarul sorin ratiu a devenit femeie in urma operatiei de schimbara a sexului. Evenimentul.

Anonymous. (1995, 27 April). A cruce neterminata. Express Magazine.

Anonymous. (1995, 27 April). Provestea trista a unui copil bolnav. Expres Magazine.

Anonymous. (1995, 27 April). Transsexualismul explicat. Expres Magazine.

Anonymous. (1995, 27 April). Romanians relish gory Transylvanian sex change. Reuter.

Anonymous. (1995, 31 May). "Werewolf gene" creates a hairy human problem. Atlanta Journal/Constitution, A3.

Anonymous. (1995, 17 May). Cross-dressing nurse arrested. Nashville Banner. Reprinted in Tennessee Vals, July, 1995.

Anonymous. (1995, 24 May). (Willowick) Firefighter claims sex change led to demotion. Akron Beacon Journal, D5. Reprinted in Paradise Tales, June, 1995, p. 4.

Anonymous. (1995, 27 May). Cross-dress boy sues for $22.5m. London Times. Reprinted in Girly, #1, Summer, 1995.

Anonymous. (1995, 8 June). Just shows how strange people's beliefs can get... Reuter's News Service.

Anonymous. (1995, 28 June). Lesbian couple makes history by getting married. BBC Radio News.

Anonymous. (1995, 29 June). Mock wedding boasts manly maidens. Memphis Commercial Appeal.

Reprinted in September, 1995 issue of Tennessee Vals.

Anonymous. (1995, July). Custom-tailored hormone therapy. Prevention, 65-73.

Anonymous. (1995, 9 July). It's a drag at Tommy Tang's. Los Angeles Times.

Reprinted in the September, 1995 issue of Tennessee Vals.

Anonymous. (1995, 10 July). The X-Files: Trapped in the wrong body. Girl About Town Magazine, Ltd., 1153. Reprinted in FTM, October, 1995.

Anonymous. (1995, 17 July). Tequila ads claim life should be less harsh. Adweek East, 36(29), 10.

Anonymous. (1995, 2 August). Neil H. Cargyle Jr. dies of malaria. Nashville Tennesseean.

Anonymous. (1995, 25 August). Transsexual candidate enters race for city council seat. Query. Reprinted in Tennessee Vals, October, 1995.

Anonymous. (1995, 1 September). Bailey's crown noted drag queen as Pitchperson for new campaign: Paddington to introduce drag queen RuPaul as its spokesperson for Baileys Irish Cream. Wall Street Journal, 226(44), B7.

Anonymous. (1995, 6 September). That was no lady. Atlanta Journal/Constitution, A section.

Anonymous. (1995, 7 September). Management (Marketing and Advertising): Drag queen drink: Baileys Irish Cream attempts to increase its appeal to the young by signing up RuPaul; notes introduction of a gay electronic magazine. Financial Times and Financial Times, London Edition, 20.

Anonymous. (1995, 11 September). Would you buy lipstick from this man?: Make-up Art Cosmetics enlists aid of RuPaul to sell its new Viva Glam lipstick. Marketing News, 29(19), 1.

Anonymous. (1995, 11 October). Police seek clues in slaying. Atlanta Journal/Constitution.

Anonymous. (1995, 29 September). Boy born with female genetic makeup. Associated Press.

Anonymous. (1995, 24 October). Court rules boy subjected to sex change is a man. Reuter's.

Anonymous. (1995, 29 October). Iranian crossdresser beaten. Reuter's.

Anonymous. (1995, 30 October). The queen of Palm Springs? Newsweek.

Anonymous. (1995, 1 November). Cross-dressing is a no-no at one Albany-area high school. Even on Halloween. Associated Press.

Anonymous. (1995, 1 November). Transexual pleads no contest to molestation charges. Associated Press.

Anonymous. (1995, 2 November). Possible transsexual brain trait found: Study finds part of hypothalamus is smaller than in "ordinary" men. The Washington Post, A3.

Anonymous. (1995, 2 November). Dutch researchers probe transsexual brains. Reuter.

Anonymous. (1995, 2 November). Study stays brain may have both genders. Anderson (South Carolina) Independent-Mail, A1.

Anonymous. (1995, 2 November). It's all in your head. Time Daily (UK).

Anonymous. (1995, 13 November). Researchers find that fish change sex to suit the occasion. Los Angeles Times.

Anonymous. (1995, 17 November). Transexuals' brain shows traits: Researchers warn estrogen could cause change. Nashville Tennessean. Reprinted in Tennessee Vals newsletter, December, 1995.

Anonymous. (1995, 17 November). Turkish court rules that men who become women have all the rights of women. Etcetera. Reprinted in Tennessee Vals newsletter, January, 1996.

Anonymous. (1995, 17 November). Transsexual involuntarily committed for coming out to wife. Etcetera. Reprinted in Tennessee Vals newsletter, January, 1996.

Anonymous. (1995, 20 November). Thom McAn has launched a campaign to promote that its shoes move in exclusive circles. Adweek East, 36(47), 38.

Anonymous. (1995, 21 November). The sex change doc. Sunday Star-Times (New Zealand).

Anonymous. (1995, 27 November). Talk show experience nothing to brag about, one guest says. Nashville Tennessean. Reprinted in Tennessee Vals newsletter, January, 1996.

Anonymous. (1995, 27 November). Transsexual woman sues Federal Express. Reprinted in Tennessee Vals newsletter, January, 1996.

Anonymous. (1995, 27 November). Howard does hose. Newsweek. Reprinted in Tennessee Vals newsletter, January, 1996.

Anonymous. (1995, 29 November). Daring Democrat sets a transsexual first. Post Times (Australia).

Anonymous. (1995, 2 December). Rodman to hit talk-show circuit. Nashville Tennessean. Reprinted in Tennessee Vals newsletter, January, 1996.

Anonymous. (1995, 6 December). Cross-dresser cuts off own penis with machete. Nashville Tennessean. Reprinted in Tennessee Vals, January, 1996.

Anonymous. (1995, 11 December). Duchovny makes a lousy woman. Nashville Tennessean. Reprinted in Tennessee Vals, February, 1996.

Anonymous. (1995, 22 December). Girls basketball team checked for undercover male player. Nashville Banner. Reprinted in Tennessee Vals, February, 1996.

Anonymous. (1995, 29 December). Abandoned "boy" actually a woman repeating hoax. Nashville Tennessean. Reprinted in Tennessee Vals, February, 1996.

Anonymous. (1996, 10 January). Stearns should slip out of his slip. Nashville Tennessean. Reprinted in Tennessee Vals, February, 1996.

Anonymous. (1996, 19 February). Academic embraces feminist economics. The Age (Melbourne, Australia)

Anonymous. (1996, 21 February). A gender bender in the Philippines. Washington Post, F2.

Anonymous. (1996, 8 March). Same-sex wedding pushes need for bill, senator says." Birmingham News (Alabama).

Anonymous. (n.d., but ca. March, 1996). Channel 10 censors interview with draq queen during pledge drive. Wisconsin Light. Reprinted in Gemini Gender Journal, April, 1996.

Anonymous. (1996, 3 April). Britain's Queen Mother's surgeon admits he is a transsexual. Reuter's News Service.

Anonymous. (1996, 12 April). Hijra to stand in Indian Election. India Abroad.

Anonymous. (1996, April). AIDS in the transgender community. Newsline: Magazine of the People with Aids Coalition of New York, Inc., p. 7.

Anonymous. (1996, April). A little fantasy goes a long way. Newsline: Magazine of the People with Aids Coalition of New York, Inc., p. 11-12.

Anonymous. 91996, April). Brenda Hussey is an HIV positive, male to female transsexual. (Newsline: Magazine of the People with Aids Coalition of New York, Inc., p. 16.

Anonymous. (1996, April). Chloe Dzubilo is an HIV positive, transgender woman. Newsline: Magazine of the People with Aids Coalition of New York, Inc., pp. 17-19.

Anonymous. (1996, April). Ivan is a Puerto Rican Stonewall veteran, and a New Yorker. Newsline: Magazine of the People with Aids Coalition of New York, Inc., p. 13.

Anonymous. (1996, April). Jason Farrell is the Project Director of Positive Health Project. Newsline: Magazine of the People with Aids Coalition of New York, Inc., pp. 24-26.

Anonymous. (1996, April). Kim is 27 years old and of Japanese-Hawaiian descent. Newsline: Magazine of the People with Aids Coalition of New York, Inc., pp. 32-34.

Anonymous. (1996, April). Lee White is the Transgender Services Coordinator at Positive Health Project. Newsline: Magazine of the People with Aids Coalition of New York, Inc., pp. 30-31.

Anonymous. (1996, April). Meet Gabriella Molina. Newsline: Magazine of the People with Aids Coalition of New York, Inc., pp. 7-10.

Anonymous. (1996, April). Michael Coker is a transvestite who is now happy and comfortable being a man. She is 46 years old and in recovery. Newsline: Magazine of the People with Aids Coalition of New York, Inc., p. 20.

Anonymous. (1996, April). Patricia Nelson is the Volunteer Services Coordinator at the Community Health Project (CHP) of the Lesbian and Gay Community Services Center and the Acting Coordinator of the Transgender Health Education (THE) Clinic at CHP. Brigit Pols, M.D. is the Medical Director of the Community Health Project. Newsline: Magazine of the People with Aids Coalition of New York, Inc., pp. 35-37.

Anonymous. (1996, April). Rosalyne Blumenstein is the Coordinator of the Gender Identity Project of the Lesbian and Gay Community Services Center. Also, she is currently a student of the psychology of addictions and sexuality. Newsline: Magazine of the People with Aids Coalition of New York, Inc., pp. 21-23.

Anonymous. (1996, April). Tosha is a HIV positive transsexual. She is pre-operative, heterosexual, and a person of color. She lives in rural Missouri. Newsline: Magazine of the People with Aids Coalition of New York, Inc., p. 14.

Anonymous. (1996, April). Valiza Slaughter is a HIV positive transsexual women of color who is heterosexual. Newsline: Magazine of the People with Aids Coalition of New York, Inc., p. 17.

Anonymous. (1996, April). Yvonne Ritter is a Registered Nurse and works at Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan, at the In-Patient AIDS Center Program. She will be 45 years old this year. Yvonne grew up in Brooklyn and has a very mixed ethnic background. Newsline: Magazine of the People with Aids Coalition of New York, Inc., pp. 27-29.

Anonymous. (1996, 1 May). Life on welfare is a drag for Michelle. Southern Cross (UK). Reprinted in Girly #5, July, 1996.

Anonymous. (1996, 7 May). Sex change dismissal discriminatory. Times Law Reports.

Anonymous. (1996, 15 May). Undetected fire kills 2 in Smyrna. Atlanta Journal/Constitution, C4.

Anonymous. (1996, 30 May). Justice demanded in murder of transsexual. Worker's World.

Anonymous. (1996, May). Something else. Nando News Network.

Anonymous. (1996, n.d.). PFLAG regional directors council meets in Albuquerque: Addreses trasngender issues, develops youth support group guidelines, continues strategic planning process. PFLAG Newsletter.

Anonymyous. (1996, 29 May). Judge rules she is a he-- Wanted for murder. Reuter.

Anonymous. (1996, 2 June). Murder suspect nabbed in Halifax. Halifax Sunday Daily News.

Anonymous. (1996, 10 June). Prolicia prende funcionario e PM acusados de matar travesti. Folha de S. Paulo.

Anonymous. (1996, 13 June). South Korea says transsexuals cannot be raped. Reuter.

Anonymous. (1996, 13 June). Transgender murder in Cleveland. In Your Face News Roundup.

Anonymous. (1996, 15 June). Sex, lies, and androgen insensitivity syndrome. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 154(12), 1832.

Anonymous. (1996, 22 June). Turkey turns on its decadent past. The Guardian (London).

Anonymous. (1996, 28 June). Transvestites say shunned by Thai volleyball team. Reuter.

Anonymous. (1996, 2 July). Japan ethics committee urges legalization of sex reassignment surgery. Reuter.

Anonymous. (1996, 23 July). Serial killer hunted in Minneapolis. Reuters.

Anonymous. (1996, 25 August). Transvestite teacher tells all. Associated Press.

Anonymous. (1996, 25 August). Transvestite math teacher solves dress problem. Houston Chronicle. Reprinted in The GTVC Transmission Line, September, 1996, p. 6.

Anonymous. (1996, 27 August). British transsexual seeks fatherhood in Eurocourt. Reuters.

Anonymous. (1996, 6 September). Women required for play in Memphis. Says "Steel Maganolias" needs all female leads. Nashville Tennessean. Reprinted in Tennessee Vals, October, 1996.

Anonymous. (1996, 21 September). Ordination question. Atlanta Journal/Constitution, F-4.

Anonymous. (1996, 23 September). Cross-dressing bandit receives prison term. The Deseret News.

Anonymous. (1996, 25 September). Police edicts repealed in Buenos Aires. Escrita en el Cuerpo: Lesbian Archive and Library Electronic News Service.

Anonymous. (1996, 26 September). San Francisco mulls coverage for sex-change procedure. Journal American (Puget Sound, WA), A5.

Anonymous. (1996, 28 September). Groom-to-be plans sex change operation. The Repository (Canton, OH).

Anonymous. (1996, 30 September). Transvestite gets wedding license. Associated Press.

Anonymous. (1996, 16 October). Follow-up: Gender bender. Buzz (Portland, OR).

Anonymous. (1996, 12 November). Al Azhar approves sex-change surgeries. Jordan Times (AP).

Anonymous. (1996, 12 November). Lesbian tossed out of Church. Columbus Dispatch.

Anonymous. (1996, 25 November). Transgender in the (straight) news. San Francisco Chronicle.

Anonymous. (1996, 2 December). "Transgendered" stump Rutgers. The Record (NJ), A-2.

Anonymous. (1996, 14 December). Oregon couple adds twist to love story: The bride and groom plan to wed legally, but then the man intends to have his gender altered. Associated Press.

Anonymous. (1996, 20 December). Woman sues when husband turns out to be woman. Associated Press.

Anonymous. (1996, Fall). Keeping up with language. Open Hands: Resources for Ministries Affirming the Diversity of Human Sexuality, 12(2), 7.

Anonymous (Student, Christian Movement Collective, U. Toronto). (1997, 27 January). Appalling ad. (Letter to the editor). The Varsity (University of Toronto), 117(34).

Anonymous. (1997, 29 January). Ad dropped: Holiday Inn Worldwide to discontinue ad that featured a transsexual and some viewers found offensive. USA Today, B1.

Anonymous. (1997, 30 January). Taking it from the streets: Whether it's called phat, dope, fly, or some other name, activewear hears the language of the inner city. Women's Wear Daily, 173(20), 8.

Anonymous. (1997, January). Mobs in Cameroon... Fortean Times. (was also released by Associated Press in August, 1996).

Anonymous. (1997, 3 February). Holiday Inn Worldwide will discontinue TV ads featuring a transsexual character despite the fact that francishees like the idea. Advertising Age, 68(5), 14.

Anonymous. (1997, 5 March). Chattanooga crossdresser sues cops again. Nashville Banner.

Anonymous. (1997, 12 March). Transsexual part of death pact. Toronto Globe & Mail.

Anonymous. (1997, 27 March). Judge throws out charges against sex-change officer. Nashville Tennesseean. Reprinted in Tennessee Vals newsletter, June, 1997.

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