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Nadler, H. (1993, December). My life as a man. Lear's. Reprinted in Utne Reader, May/June, 1994, pp. 134-136.

Nagai, Y., Iwata, H., Stapleton, D.D., Smith, R.C., & Ohno, S. (1980). Testis-organizing H-Y antigen of man may lose its receptor-binding activity while retaining antigenic determinants. In A. Steinberger & E. Steinberger (Eds.), Testicular development, structure & function, pp. 41-47. New York: Raven Press.

Nagle, M. (1990, 5 January). Update on Diana "S." Holmes. Seattle Gay News.

Nakamura, K. (1995). Narratives of choice in transgender fiction and autobiography. Paper presented at the First International Congress on Gender, Cross Dressing, and Sex Issues, Van Nuys, CA, 23-26 February, 1995.

Nakamura, K. (in press). Transitioning on campus: A case studies approach. In R. Sanlo (Ed.), Working with lesbian, gay, and bisexual college students: A guide for administrators and faculty. New York: Greenwood Publishing Co.

Nakamura, L. (1995). Cross dressing, theatricality and the new woman: The unquiet woman in Hardy's The return of the native. Paper presented at the First International Congress on Gender, Cross Dressing, and Sex Issues, Van Nuys, CA, 23-26 February, 1995.

Nakamura, L. (1997). "This strange way of meeting": Theatricality and the New Woman in Hardy's Return of the Native. In B. Bullough, V. Bullough, & J. Elias (Eds.), Gender blending, pp. 285-295. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Press.

Nakamure, K. (1997). Narrating ourselves: Duped or duplicitious? In B. Bullough, V. Bullough, & J. Elias (Eds.), Gender blending, pp. 74-86. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Press.

Namaste, K. (1994). Gender bashing: A TransEqual document. TransEqual: Ontario, Canada.

Namaste, K. (1995). Gender bashing: Gender, sexuality, and the regulation of public space. Unpublished.

Namaste, K. (1997). The everyday bisexual as problematic: Research methods beyond monosexism. In J. Ristock & C. Taylor (Eds.), Sexualities and social action: Inside the university and out. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Namaste, K. (1997). Transgendered people and HIV/AIDS. Vancouver, BC: High Risk Project Society.

Nanda, S. (1994). Hijras: An alternative sex and gender role in India. In G. Herdt (Ed.), Third sex, third gender: Beyond sexual dimorphism in culture and history, pp. 373-418. New York: Zone Books.

Nangeroni, N.R. (1996, February). Transgender '95: A new day dawns. Sojourner: The Women's Forum.

Nangeroni, N.R. (1997). SRS' tomorrow: The physical continuum. In B. Bullough, V. Bullough, & J. Elias (Eds.), Gender blending, pp. 344-351. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Press.

Nangeroni, N.R. (1997, Fall). Transgenderism: Challenging the binary. Open Hands: Resources for Ministries Affirming the Diversity of Human Sexuality, 12(2), 4-6.

Nangeroni, N.R. (1997). How to handle transgender students. http://gendertalk.com/Guidelines.htm.

Nangeroni, N.R. (1997). Are we all crazy?: The controversy over Gender Identity Disorder. Transsexual News Telegraph: The Magazine of Transsexual Life, 1(7), 26-27, 46.

Nass, B. (1990). Androgyny, transsexuality, and transgression in Jerzy Kosinski's "Passion Play." Contemporary Literature, 31(1), 37-57.

Nasson, T. (1997, 21 November. Review of "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil." Etcetera, 13(47), 62.

Nasson, T. (1997, 28 November). Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil: From the Author John Berent. Etcetera, 13(48), 52-56.

Nasson, T. (1997, 28 November). Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil: From the Director Clint Eastwood. Etcetera, 13(48), 57-61.

Natarajan, A. (1996, 15 June). Sex, lies, and androgen insensitivity syndrome. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 154(12), 1833.

Nathans, A. (1996, 18 September). Boy who wore dress to school listed as runaway. Boston Globe.

National Task for on prostitution. (1997). NTFP policies.

Nau, J-Y. (1981, 14 February). Stella Walsh était une "mosaîque." le sexe d'une anciene championne olympique. Le Monde.

Neese, D. (1994, 5 April). Taxpayers foot bill for drag queen gala. Trentonian (New Jersey).

Neff, S.E. (1995, 11 December). Mourning a victim, decrying a crime. Boston Globe, 19.

Neilson, H.L.E. (1992, June). Re-assigning the self. Review of My Story by Caroline Cossey. Australian Woman's Book Review, 4(2), 8-10.

Neisser, F. (1995, 21 December). Boston: Activists demand justice in murder of transsexual. Workers World.

Nelson, C., Patich, D., & Steiner, B.W. (1976). Medicolegal aspects of transsexualism. Canadian Psychiatric Association Journal, 21(8), 557-564.

Neubauer, A.G. (1994). The transgender community. University of Wisconsin, Eau Clair: Unpublished manuscript.

Neubauer, A.G. (1994). Transsexual retreat planned. Eau Clair, WI: Unpublished manuscript.

Neumeister, L. (1997, 9 October). Transsexual harassment suit OK'd. Associated Press.

New, G., Timmins, K.L., Duffy, S.J., Tran, B.T., O'Brien, R.C., Harper, R.W., & Meredity, I.A. (1997, June). Long-term estrogen therapy improves vascular function in male-to-female transsexuals. Journal of the American College of Cardiology, 29(7), 1437-1444.

Newitz, A. (1993, September). Gender slumming. Bad Subjects, 7.

Newman, L.E., & Stoller, R.J. (1974). Nontranssexual men who seek sex reassignment. American Journal of Psychiatry, 131(4), 437-441.

Newton, E. (1984). The mythic mannish lesbian: Radclyffe Hall and the new woman. Signs: Journal of women in culture and society, 9(4), 557-575.

Newton, E. (1989). The mythic mannish lesbian: Radclyffe Hall and the new woman. In M. Duberman, M. Vicinus, & G. Chauncey, Jr. (Eds.), Hidden from history: Reclaiming the gay and lesbian past, pp. 281-293. New York: Penguin.

Nicholson, J., & Siemaszko, C. (1995, 11 May). Rare jailbird plumage: Rikers inmate s-exceptional. Daily News (New York), 5.

Nijsten, G. (1994). Isolation or integration: The importance of a social network preceding and following real life test. Paper presented at The Conference of the European Network of Professionals on Transsexualism, Manchester, England, 31 August, 1994.

Nixon, R. (1994, 16 December). Transexual menace founder challenges notions of identity. Etc., 18, 20.

Nixon, R. (1997, 5 September). Universal vibration: John Kelly's tribute to Joni Mitchell. Etcetera, Cover, 40-43.

Noe, J.M., & Birdsell, D. (1973). A surgical program for female-to-male transsexuals. In D. Laub & P. Gandy (Eds.), Proceedings of the Second Interdisciplinary Symposium on Gender Dysphoria Syndrome, pp. 152-165. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Medical Center.

Noe, J.M., Sato, R., Coleman, C., & Laub, D.R. (1978). Construction of male genitalia: The Stanford experience. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 7(4), 297-303.

Norman, H. (1996, 2 June). Arrested in Halifax. Sunday Daily News (Halifax).

Norment, L. (1997, January). The artist formerly known as Prince has a new wife, new baby, and a new attitude. Ebony, 128-130, 132.

Norris, R.V., & Lloyd, C.W. (1971). Psychosexual effects of hormonal therapy. Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality, 5, 129-146.

Novak, F., Kos, L., & Plesko, F. (1978). The advantages of the artificial vagina derived from sigmoid colon. Acta Obstetrics and Gynecology Scandinavica, 57, 794.

Noxon, R. (1996, 8 November). What makes a man? (Review of Loren Cameron's Body Alchemy. Etc., 58-60, 69.

Nye, R.A. (1993). The medical origins of sexual fetishism. In E. Apter & W. Pietz (Eds.), Fetishism as cultural discourse, pp. 13-30. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.

Oates, J.M., & Decakis, G. (1983). Speech pathology considerations in the management of transsexualism--A review. British Journal of Disorders of Communication, 18(3), 139-151.

Oates, J.M., & Decakis, G. (1986). Voice, speech and language: Considerations in the management of male-to-female transsexualism. In W.A.W. Walters & M.W. Ross (Eds.), Transsexualism and sex reassignment, pp. 82-91. New York: Oxford University Press.

Obstfeld, L.S., Lupfer, M.B., & Lupfer, S.L. (1985). Exploring the relationship between gender identity and sexual functioning. Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, 11(4), 248-258.

Ocamb, K. (1996, 20 September). Kate Bornstein: Free-falling in genderless space. Frontiers Newsmagazine, 15(10), 53-55.

Ochshorn, J. (1996). Sumer: Gender, gender roles, gender role reversals. In S.P. Ramet (Ed.), Gender reversals and gender cultures, pp. 52-65. New York: Routledge.

O'Connor, J. (1996, 9 July). "POV-- The Transformation"-- Life after drag. New York Times.

Oelser, L. (1970, 8 October). Woman who was once a man is granted a divorce here. New York Times.

Ofner, S. (1998, 23 February). Letter to the editor. The Wall Street Journal.

Ogas, O. (1994, 9 March). Spare parts: New information reignites a controversy surrounding the Hopkins gender identity clinic. City Paper (Baltimore), 18(10), cover, 10-15.

Oglesby, C. (1996, 7 June). Passing as male, woman fools DeKalb jailers. Atlanta Journal/Constitution, A1.

O'Gorman, E.C. (1981). Transsexualism. Practitioner, 225(1361), 1643-1649.

O'Gorman, E.C. (1982). A retrospective study of epidemiological and clinical aspects of 28 transsexual patients. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 11(3), 231-236.

Ogborn, A. (1997). Oppression moves East (Review of The invisibles by Zia Jaffrey). Transsexual News Telegraph: The Magazine of Transsexual Life, 1(7), 45.

O'Hanlon, M. (1996, 26 September). More women are opting for sex change operations. Hamilton Spectator (Ontario). Reprinted in The Zenith Digest, December, 1996.

O'Hanlon, M. (1996, 28 September). Pat has few regrets about the changeover: Admits friends took the news with less hysteria than family. Hamilton Spectator (Ontario). Reprinted in The Zenith Digest, December, 1996.

O'Harran, K. (1982, 3 October). Transssexual lives with pain of inner feelings. The Herald (Seattle), 1E, 2E.

O'Hartigan, M.D. (1978, 3 March). U. Gender Committee exploiting transsexuals.

O'Hartigan, M. (1993). The gallae of the Magna Mater. Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(6), 11-13.

O'Hartigan, M.D. (1993). I accuse. San Francisco Bay Time.

O'Hartigan, M.D. (1994, 9 February). CAW may come after you next. Columbian, Z9.

O'Hartigan, M.D. (1994, Summer). From the war zones: To keep our civil rights, we need to exercise them. Lesbian Contradiction, 12. Originall in On Track (Portland).

O'Hartigan, M.D. (1994, Summer). Blossom of boneheads. TransSisters: The Journal of Transsexual Feminism, 5, 43-44.

O'Hartigan, M.D. (1994, 13 October). "Priscilla" hammers wrong message. The Oregonian, 2.

O'Hartigan, M.D. (1994, 21 October). Not on the back of this bus. Just Out, 17.

O'Hartigan, M.D. (1994, December). Like coals beneath ashes. Sound Out, 13-14.

O'Hartigan, M.D. (1995, 4 February). In long run my sex-change surgery saved tax dollars. Minneapolis Star-Tribune, 17A.

O'Hartigan, M.D. (1995). Next target? Social engineering at the voting booth. The Portland Alliance, 12.

O'Hartigan, M.D. (1996, Spring). A surgery sampler. The Transsexual News Telegraph, 15.

O'Hartigan, M.D. (1996, September). Mohr is anti-transsexual. View Magazine (Portland, OR), 4.

O'Hartigan, M.D. (n.d., but ca 1978). Review of Janice G. Raymond, The transsexual empire: The making of the she-male. Boston: Beacon Press.

O'Hartigan, M.D. (1997). G.I.D. and the greater good. Transsexual News Telegraph: The Magazine of Transsexual Life, 1(7), 28-29.

O'Hehir, A. (1997, 12 September). "Different for girls" is a likable, genuine look at a relationship between a man and a woman who used to be a man. Salon.

 

O'Heron, C.A., & Orlofsky, J.L. (1990). Stereotypic and nonstereotypic sex role traits and behavior orientations, gender identity, and psychological adjustments. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 58, 134-143.

Ohno, S. (1976). Sexual differentiation and testosterone production (Editorial). New England Journal of Medicine, 295(18), 1011-1012.

Ohno, S. (1978). Genes and the inner conflict of being man. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, 22(1), 3-9.

Ohno, S. (1980). Response to Gasser's letter. The American Journal of Human Genetics, 32, 459-462.

Ohno, S. (1983). Phylogeny of the X chromosome of man. In Cytogenetics of the mammalian X chromosome, Part A: Basic mechanisms of X chromosome behavior, pp. 1-19. New York: Alan R. Liss, Inc.

Ohno, S. (1985). The Y-linked testis determining gene and H-Y plasma membrane antigen gene: Are they one and the same? Endocrine Reviews, 6(3), 421-431.

Ohno, S. (1987). Antiquity of the genetic mechanism of sex determination and the immortaility of the primary sex determining gene. In F.P. Haseltine, M.E. McClure, & E.H. Goldberg (Eds.), Genetic markers of sex differentiation. New York: Plenum.

Ohno, S. (n.d.). Role of H-Y plasma membrane antigen in testicular organogenesis. Handbook of human growth and developmental biology: Volume II. Part A. Endocrines and sexual development.

Ohno, S. (1991). Sex differences, biological. Encyclopedia of human biology, Volume 6. New York: Academic Press.

Ohno, S., Epplen, J.T., & Cellni, A. (1984). Evolutionary conserved sex-specific repeats their transcripts and H-Y antigen. In M. Serio, et al., Sexual differentiation, basic and clinical, pp. 17-31. New York: Raven Press.

Ohtake, N., Itoh, M., & Shioya, N. (1992). Postoperative disorders of augmentation mammaplasty by the injection method in Japan. In U.T. Hinderer (Ed.), Plastic surgery 1992, Vol. 2, pp. 677-678. New York: Elsevier.

O'Leary, D. (1997, 13-19 August). Odds & Ends. Weekly Alibi (New Mexico).

Oles, M.N. (1977). The transsexual client: A discussion of transsexualism and issues in psychotherapy. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 47(1), 66-74.

Oliver, M. (1996, 18 July). Connie Norman: AIDS activist, radio talk show host (Obituary). L.A. Times.

Oliver, R.J. (1973). Gender identity problems: The church's view. In D. Laub & P. Gandy (Eds.), Proceedings of the Second Interdisciplinary Symposium on Gender Dysphoria Syndrome, pp. 77-81. Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Medical Center.

Oliveto, K.P. (1996, Fall). Four snapshots-- many lessons. Open Hands: Resources for Ministries Affirming the Diversity of Human Sexuality, 12(2), 19-21.

Olszewski, L. (1993). Transsexuals protest as psychiatry meeting. San Francisco Chronicle.

O'Mara, R. (1997, 2 February). Dr.: Psychiatrist Paul McHugh has waged a ceaseless campaign to restore sanity to his own profession. He wants psychiatrists to pay less attention to intellectual fads and more to the hard realities of science. Baltimore Sun, 1X, 4X.

O'Mara, R. (1997, 29 June). Who am I? A boy? A girl? A Johns Hopkins psychologist championed the theory that gender identity isn't firm at birth, and in rare cases a child could be assigned a sex. Now those children are growing up. And some are rebelling. Baltimore Sun, J1, J4.

O'Neill, B. (1997, 15 December). Letting a Brian become a Lisa. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

O'Neil, J.M., & Carroll, M.R. (1988, November). A gender role workshop focused on sexism, gender role conflict, and the gender role journey. Journal of Counseling and Development, 67, 193-197.

Oney, S. (1994, 7 October). Mercurial actor takes role as has-been personally. Atlanta Journal/Constitution, P12.

Opincar, A. (1992, 8 August). Holy megabytes: In her crusage against AIDS, a social justice nun goes on-line to the world. The Reader (San Diego, CA).

Opitz, J., Simpson, J., Sario, G., Summitt, M., New, M., & German, J. (1971). Pseudovaginal perineoscrotal hypospadias. Clinical Genetics, 3(1), 1-26.

Oppenheim, G. (1979). The holes in Meyer's study. Transition, 11.

Oppenheim, G. (1979). Hopkins policy on sex change in fog after follow-up study. Transition, 11.

Oppenheim, G. (1979). Ihlenfeld cautions on hormones. Transition, 8.

Oppenheim, G. (1979). Meyer's survey draws fire from leading authorities. Transition, 11.

Oppenheimer, A. (1991). The wish for a sex change: A challenge for psychoanalysis? International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 72, 221-231.

Oremland, F.D. (1973). Gender envy. In D. Laub and P. Gandy (Eds.), Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Gender Dysphoria Syndrome, pp. 25-27. Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Medical Center.

Ortigas, R. (1997, 10 February). Tequila ad issue not black and white. The Varsity (University of Toronto).

Ortiz-Montaserio, F., & Trigos, I. (1972). Management of patients with complications from injections of foreign material into the breast. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 50(1), 42-47.

Osborn, A. (1994, Winter). Going home. Hermaprodites, 2-3.

Osborn, A. (1994, Winter). Hijras and intersexuals. Hermaprodites, 2-3.

Osborne, D. (1997, 28 October). An attack on our most vulnerable: The use and abuse of gender identity disorder. LGNY: The Newspaper for Lesbian and Gay New York, 1, 20-21,

Osborne, M. (1997). In and out of the closet door: Contextual therapy with transsexuals and their families. Paper presented at the Second International Congress on Sex and Gender Issues, King of Prussia, PA, 19-22 June, 1997.

Ostow, M. (1953). Transvestism. Letter to the editor. Journal of the American Medical Association, 152(16), 1553.

O'Toole, L. (1991). All dressed up with nowhere to go. New York Woman, 60-65.

Ousterhout, D.K. (1993). Skull modification in the gender dysphoric patient. Paper presented at the 13th International Symposium on Gender Dysphoria, New York City, 21-24 October.

Ousterhout, D.K. (1997). Facial surgery for the transesxual. In G. Israel & D. Tarver, Transgender care: Recommended guidelines, practical information, and personal accounts, pp. 225-228. Philadephia: Temple University Press.

Pacheco, P. (1989, 22 July). When the lady in question is a man. New York Times, H5.

Padgug, R. (1989). Sexual matters: Rethinking sexuality in history. In M. Duberman, M. Vicinus, & G. Chauncey, Jr. (Eds.), Hidden from history: Reclaiming the gay and lesbian past, pp. 54-64. New York: Penguin.

Pagani, S. (1996, 14 July). Virgins play men's roles in Albania's feudal society. Chicago Tribune.

Page, D. (1988, 1 January). Zeroing in on the sex switch. Research News, 21-23.

Page, D.C., Fisher, E.M.C., McGillivray, B., & Brown, L.G. (1990, 19 July). Additional deletion in sex-determining region of human Y chromosome resolves paradox of X, t(Y;22) female. Nature, 346, 279-281.

Page, D.C., Mosher, R., Simpson, E.M., Fisher, E.M.C., Mardon, G., Pollack, J., McGillivray, B., de la Chapelle, A., & Brown, L.G. (1987, 24 December). the sex-determining region of the human Y chromosome encodes a finger protein. Cell, 51, 000-000.

Paglia, Camille. (1995, 28 November). Howard Stern: The Advocate Interview. Advocate, Cover, 54-56, 58, 60-68.

Paitich, D. (1973). Psychological test assessment of gender patients. In D. Laub & P. Gandy (Eds.), Proceedings of the Second Interdisciplinary Symposium on Gender Dysphoria Syndrome, pp. 96-98. Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Medical Center.

Palm, K. (1997, 5 February). As they like it. Metro Times (Ann Arbor? Detroit?), 19.

Palmer, M.S., Sinclair, A.H., Berta, P., Ellis, N.A., Goodfellow, P.N., Abbas, N.E., & Fellous, M. (1989, 21-28 December). Genetic evidence that ZFY is not the testis-determining factor. Nature, 342, 937-939.

Pandya, N.J., & Stuteville, O.H. (1973). A one-stage technique for constructing female external genitalia in male transsexuals. British Journal of Plastic Surgery, 26(3), 277-282.

Papoulias, T. (1994, February). Self-made men. Diva, 41-43.

Paris, A. (1996, September). A femme at the FTM conference. The LRC News, 7.

Parivarto, M. (1995). Gender identity as a constellation of archetypes. Paper presented at the First International Congress on Gender, Cross Dressing, and Sex Issues, Van Nuys, CA, 23-26 February, 1995.

Park, I.J. (1973). Vaginal anomalies. Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality, 7(12), 89-106.

Parker, K. (1997, 2 August). Commentary: men in dreses distracting. Atlanta Journal/Constitution. Reprinted in The Southern Belle, September, 1997, p. 18.

Parker, W.S. (1995). An abdication of power: A transgendered perspective. Paper presented at the First International Congress on Gender, Cross Dressing, and Sex Issues, Van Nuys, CA, 23-26 February, 1995.

Parsons, R.W., & Titering, H.R. (1977). Management of the silicone injected breast. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 60, 534.

Paskevich, M. (1992, 14 June). Performer finds telling truth pays as her life rebounds. Lass Vegas Review-Journal/Sun, 1J, 5J.

Passeri, M.J. (1997, 11 September). Youth caught in girls' bathroom suspended.

Patterson, W. P. (1990). Women's wear retailer's attitude toward crossdressers as customers. Master's thesis, University of Phoenix.

Patton, J. (n.d.). Heterosexual transvestites and the attitudes of their wives towards crossdressing behavior. Unpublished paper.

Patton, J. (1997). Female-to-male transsexual: Transsexual sexologist. In B. Bullough, V. Bullough, M.A. Fithian, W.E. Hartman, & R.S. Klein (Eds.), Personal stories of "How I got into sex": Leading researchers, sex therapists, educators, prostitutes, sex toy designers, sex surrogates, transsexuals, criminologists, clergy, and more..., pp. 334-338. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Press.

Patton, J. (1997). The new knights: An FTM concept of masculine gender role expression. Paper presented at the Second International Congress on Sex and Gender Issues, King of Prussia, PA, 19-22 June, 1997.

Patton, J. (1997). A therapist/FTM male's experience as a pioneer. Paper presented at the Second International Congress on Sex and Gender Issues, King of Prussia, PA, 19-22 June, 1997.

Pauly, I.B. (1968). The current status of the change of sex operation. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 147(5), 460-471.

Overview of transsexualism and review of 121 cases of postoperative male-to-female transsexual persons. The author found satisfactory social and emotional adjustment 10 times more likely than an unsatisfactory adjustment; he collapsed his own cases (Pauly, 1963, 1965) and those of Benjamin (1966, The Transsexual Phenomenon, and 1967) to obtain the total number. (80 refs.)

Pauly, I. (1969). The maturing science of sex reassignment. II: Men who would be women. SR, 72-78.

Pauly, I. (1969). The maturing science of sex reassignment. III: Women who would be men. SR, 72-78.

Pauly, I.B. (1971). What are your feelings toward sex-change surgery? Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality, 5(6), 129-130.

Pauly, I.B. (1973). Female transsexualism. In D. Laub & P. Gandy (Eds.), Proceedings of the Second Interdisciplinary Symposium on Gender Dysphoria Syndrome, pp. 49-55. Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Medical Center.

Pauly, I.B. (1974). Female transsexualism: I. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 3(6), 487-507.

Pauly, I.B. (1974). Female transsexualism: II. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 3(6), 509-525.

Pauly, I.B. (1980). Sex and the life cycle. In H. Kaplan, A. Freedman, & B. Sadock (Eds.), Comprehensive textbook of psychiatry, 15, 45-51.

Pauly, I.B. (1981). Outcome of sex reassignment surgery for transsexuals. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 15(1), 45-51.

Pauly, I.B. (1989). Female to gay male transsexualism. Paper presented at the XI Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association Symposium, Cleveland, Ohio, 20-23 September.

Pauly, I.B. (1989). Sexual preference of female-to-male transsexuals. Paper presented at the XI Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association Symposium, Cleveland, Ohio, 20-23 September.

Pauly, I.B. (1989). Sexual preference of transsexuals. In Proceedings summary, American Psychiatric Association, San Francisco, p. 122.

Pauly, I.B. (1990). Gender identity disorders: Evaluation and treatment. Journal of Sex Education and Therapy, 16(1), 2-24.

Pauly, I.B. (1992). Commentary on Lothstein & Brown (1992). Integrative Psychiatry, 8(1), 28-29.

Pauly, I.B. (1992). Review of L. Sullivan, From female to male: The life of Jack Bee Garland. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 21(2), 201-204.

Pauly, I.B. (1992). Terminology and classification of gender identity disorders. In W.O. Bockting & E. Coleman (Eds.), Gender dysphoria: Interdisciplinary approaches in clinical management, pp. 1-14. New York: The Haworth Press.

Pauly, I.B. (1993). Gender identity disorder and DSM-IV. Paper (not) presented at the 13th International Symposium on Gender Dysphoria, New York City, 21-24 October.

Pauly, I.B. (1998). Gender identity and sexual orientation. In D. Denny (Ed.), Current concepts in transgender identity, pp. 237-248. New York: Garland Publishing, Inc.

Pauly, I.B., & Edgerton, M.T. (1986). The gender identity movement: A growing surgical-psychiatric liaison. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 15(4), 315-329.

Pavlovski, K. (1992, April). He's strong, straight, handsome--so why does he want to dress like you? Cosmopolitan, 256-259.

Pearlman, J. (1995, 10 January). Nashville flirts with ladies who aren't. Nashville Tennessean. Reprinted in the February, 1995 issue of Tennessee Vals.

Pearlman, J. (1995, 3 June). Gotta greet LaCage with "open mind." Nashville Tennessean. Reprinted in the July, 1995 issue of Tennessee Vals.

Pearlman, J. (1995, 9 June). It's a girl? Lowman's act as a Reba no She-ba. Nashville Tennessean. Reprinted in the July, 1995 issue of Tennessee Vals.

Pearson, M.J. (1973). A diagnostic surgery of 23 patients applying for gender surgery. In D. Laub & P. Gandy (Eds.), Proceedings of the Second Interdisciplinary Symposium on Gender Dysphoria Syndrome, pp. 105-114. Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Medical Center.

Pedersen, D. (1996, 4 November). Crossing over. Newsweek, 66.

Pejman, P. (1991, 10 November). Sex change outraged Egypt. Atlanta Journal/Constitution, G11.

Pela, R.L. (1997a, 11 November). Separated at birth: When an infant is born with ambiguous genitalia, a doctor often surgically chooses its gender. When the choice is wrong, the newborn can end up suffering for life. The Advocate, 1(746), 51-52, 54-59.

Pela, R.L. (1997b, 11 November). Boys in the dollhouse, girls with toy trucks: Effeminate boys and masculine girls: Is gender identity disorder just another term for gay? The Advocate, 1(746), 55-57.

Pelham, J. (1991, 15 November). Crossdresser found shot on Atlanta interstate. Etcetera, 7(46), 11.

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