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S., V. (1996, Fall). Double blessing-- and a call. Open Hands: Resources for Ministries Affirming the Diversity of Human Sexuality, 12(2), 26-27.

Sadoughi, W., Jayaram, B., & Bush, I.M. (1978). Postoperative changes in the self concept of transsexuals as measured by the Tennessee Self-Concept Scale. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 7(4), 347-349.

Sadoughi, W., Overman, C., & Bush, J. (1973). Group therapy as an integral part of the surgical experience. In D. Laub & P. Gandy (Eds.), Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Gender Dysphoria Syndrome, pp. 223-224. Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Medical Center.

Sadove, R.C, & Horton, C.E. (1988). Utilizing full-thickness skin grafts for vaginal reconstruction. Clinics in Plastic Surgery, 15(3), 443-448.

Saffle, M. (1995). Wagner's letters to a seamstress: "Cross dressing," "gender dysphoria," and the popular press. Paper presented at the First International Congress on Gender, Cross Dressing, and Sex Issues, Van Nuys, CA, 23-26 February, 1995.

Saffle, M. (1997). Wagner's letters to a seamstress: Cross-dressing, egoism, and polymorphous perversity. In B. Bullough, V. Bullough, & J. Elias (Eds.), Gender blending, pp. 256-266. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Press.

Saffle, M. (1997). Subliminal crossdressing and rock: From Elvis to Elton John. Paper presented at the Second International Congress on Sex and Gender Issues, King of Prussia, PA, 19-22 June, 1997.

Saffle, S. (1997). Crossdressing and the traditions of carnival in Germany. Paper presented at the Second International Congress on Sex and Gender Issues, King of Prussia, PA, 19-22 June, 1997.

Sagarin, E. (1971). What are your feelings toward sex-change surgery? Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality, 5(6), 130, 135.

Sager, K. (1997, 3 February). Free speech defence of ad doesn't work. The Varsity (University of Toronto), 117(36).

Sager, M. (1997, June). Raised in captivity: Gary Fannon lost the best years of his young life to a trumped-up drug arrest and a draconian law. The decade he spent in prison taught him lessons no man needs to learn. Gentlemen's Quarterly, 226-235.

Saks, B.R. (1997). Gender Dysphoria Clinic of Tampa Bay. Paper presented at the XV Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association Symposium: The State of Our Art and the State of Our Science, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 10-13 September, 1997.

Salomon, A. (1997, 3 February). Lead ad in "makeover" campaign pulled after Bowl: Holiday Inn worldwide will discontinue TV ads featuring a transsexual despite the fact that franchisees like the idea. Advertising Age, 68(5), 14.

Salomon, A. (1997, 3 February). Holiday Inn boots "Bob Johnson": Lead ad in "makeover" campaign pulled after bowl. Advertising Age, 14.

Samons, S. (1997). Working with patterns of diversity within the transgender community. Paper presented at the Second International Congress on Sex and Gender Issues, King of Prussia, PA, 19-22 June, 1997.

Sanchez, S. (n.d., but ca 1992). Escobar fled as a woman, army says. USA Today.

Sanderson, B. (1995, 22 April). Two officers dead, 1 critical: Neighbors grapple with shock of fatal gunbattle. The Record (Hackensack, NJ).

The San Francisco Lesbian and Gay History Project. (1989). "She even chewed tobacco": A pictorial narrative of passing women in America. In M. Duberman, M. Vicinus, & G. Chauncey, Jr. (Eds.), Hidden from history: Reclaiming the gay and lesbian past, pp. 183-194. New York: Penguin.

Sandlin, S. (1997, 24 June). Judge dismisses transsexual's libel suit: Rio Ranch woman says Business Week article made her a public figure against her will. Albuquerque Journal.

Sanger, J.R., Matloub, H.S., Yousif, N.J., & Komorowski, R. (1992). Silicone gel infiltration of a peripheral nerve and a constrictive neuropathy following rupture of a breast prosthesis. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 89(5), 949-952.

Satterfield, S.B. (1983). Transsexualism as flight from the female role. Paper presented at Sexology conference in Boston, June, 1983. Abstract is reprinted in Metamorphosis newsletter, August, 1984.

Satterfield, S.B. (1983). Comprehensive research and treatment in a gender dysphoria program. Paper presented at Sexology conference in Boston, June, 1983. Abstract is reprinted in Metamorphosis newsletter, August, 1984.

Satterfield, S. (1993). Sexual satisfaction in postoperative male-to-female transsexuals. Paper presented at the 13th International Symposium on Gender Dysphoria, New York City, 21-24 October.

Sauer, M.V., Lobo, R.A., & Paulson, R.J. (1989). Successful twin pregnancy after embryo donation to a patient with XY gonadal dysgenesis. American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology, 161, 380-181.

Saunders, C. (1991, May). One transsexual's story: An interview with Lisa LaMoure. The New Times (Seattle), 9.

Saunders, D. (1996, 24 May). Transvestites endure poverty, scorn. Toronto Globe and Mail. Reprinted in Gender Quest, July-August, 1996.

Saunders, K. (1996, February). Becoming a man: Sean was born a woman. Now he is a gay man. Kate Saunders finds out how she became he. Gay Times, 48-49.

Scannell, T.D. (1992). Various impulses in search of an identity. Presented at International Conference on Gender Identity and Development in Childhood and Adolescence, March, 1992, St. George's Hospital, London, England.

Scamvougeras, A. (1997). Homocystinuria and transsexualism. Paper presented at the XV Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association Symposium: The State of Our Art and the State of Our Science, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 10-13 September, 1997.

Schaefer, L.C., & Wheeler, C.C. (1983). The non-surgical true transsexual. Paper presented at the Eighth International Symposium on Gender Disorders, Bordeaux, France.

Schaefer, L.C., & Wheeler, C.C. (1989). Guilt and the gender phenomenon. Paper presented at the XI Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association Symposium, Cleveland, Ohio, 20-23 September, 1989.

Schaefer, L.C., & Wheeler, C.C. (1993). More about guilt and the crossgender identity phenomenon. Paper presented at the 13th International Symposium on Gender Dysphoria, New York City, 21-24 October.

Schaefer, L.C., & Wheeler, C.C. (1995). Harry Benjamin's first ten cases (1938-1953): A clinical historical note. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 24(1), 73-93.

Schaefer, L.C., & Wheeler, C.C. (1997). Holistic psychotherapy treatment model: Highlights and controversies. Paper presented at the Second International Congress on Sex and Gender Issues, King of Prussia, PA, 19-22 June, 1997.

Schaefer, L.C., & Wheeler, C.C. (1997). Harry Benjamin: "The persistent pioneer." In program book of the XV Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Associaton Symposium: The State of Our Art and the State of Our Science, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 10-13 September, 1997, pp. er

Schaefer, L.C., & Wheeler, C.C. (1997). The unspoken truth about genital surgery outcomes. Paper presented at the XV Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association Symposium: The State of Our Art and the State of Our Science, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 10-13 September, 1997.

Schaefer, L.C., Wheeler, C.C., & Futterweit, W. (1995). Treatment of gender identity disorders (Transsexualism). In G.O. Gabbard (Ed.), Treatments of psychiatric disorders: The DSM-IV edition. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press, Inc.

Schaff, J., Gress, S., & Biemer, E. (1994). Our experience with the lateral pedicled vaginal island flap performing the urethra in female-to-male transsexuals. Paper presented at The Conference of the European Network of Professionals on Transsexualism, Manchester, England, 31 August, 1994.

Schaffer, J.D. (1995-6, Winter). Let's have informed consent while awaiting research results. Hermaphrodites with Attitude, 2.

Schapira, K. (1980). Transsexualism. In W.H.G. Armytage, R. Chester, & J. Peel (Eds.), Changing patterns of sexual behavior. New York: Academic Press.

Scher, J. (1995). Lieutant Aiello. Glow, New York's Magazine about the World.

Schiavi, R.C. (1974). Review of J. Money & A. Ehrhardt, Man and woman, boy and girl: The diffentiation and dimorphism of gender identity from conception to maturity. Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, 1(1), 83-84.

Schifter, J., & Madrigan, J. (1997). The transvestite's lover: Identity and behavior. In B. Bullough, V. Bullough, & J. Elias (Eds.), Gender blending, pp. 204-211. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Press.

Schleiner, W. (1996). Cross-dressing, gender errors, and sexual taboos in Renaissance literature. In S.P. Ramet (Ed.), Gender reversals and gender cultures, pp. 92-104. New York: Routledge.

Schlesier-Stropp, B. (1984). Bulimia: A review of the literature. Psychological Bulletin, 95(2), 247-257.

Schloff, A. (1995, Fall). Drag kings: Performing the masculine: Diane Torr & Peggy Shaw. aRude, 1(2), 11-13.

Schmidt, B. (1995, 29 September). Hey, Chi Chi! Lighten up! Nashville Tennessean.

Schmidt, B. (1996, 27 January). Local Emmys will cross dress for success. Nashville Tennessean. Reprinted in Tennessee Vals newsletter, 3/96.

Schoeneich, H.J., & Oeking, G. (1993). Surgical treatment of male-to-female transsexuals: Results, complications, and follow-up. Paper presented at the 13th International Symposium on Gender Dysphoria, New York City, 21-24 October.

Schooler, C.P. (1993). Office management of the gender dysphoric patient. Paper presented at the 13th International Symposium on Gender Dysphoria, New York City, 21-24 October.

Scott, J. (1993). Foreword. In M.T. Haslam, (Ed.), Transvestism: A guide, p. 5. London: The Beaumont Trust.

Schrang, E. (1997). Genital reassignment surgery: A source of happiness for my patients. In G. Israel & D. Tarver, Transgender care: Recommended guidelines, practical information, and personal accounts, pp. 236-240. Philadephia: Temple University Press.

Schrang, E. (1997). What results can patients reasonably expect from a male to female sex reassignment surgery? Paper presented at the XV Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association Symposium: The State of Our Art and the State of Our Science, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 10-13 September, 1997.

Schrang, E.A. (1998). Male-to-female feminizing genital surgery. In D. Denny (Ed.), Current concepts in transgender identity, pp. 325-333. New York: Garland Publishing, Inc.

Schroeder, L.O. (1973). Renaissance for the transsexual: A new birth certificate. Journal of Forensic Sciences, 18(3), 237-245.

Schroeder, M., & Carroll, R. (1997). Sexological and psychological outcomes of male-to-female sex reassignment surgery. Paper presented at the XV Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association Symposium: The State of Our Art and the State of Our Science, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 10-13 September, 1997.

Schroer, B., & Szukaj, M. (1989). Leader-centered group therapy, a useful complement to the treatment of transsexual patients. Paper presented at the XI Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association Symposium, Cleveland, Ohio, 20-23 September.

Schulz, W.P. (1973). An approach to an artifial phallus. In D. Laub & P. Gandy (Eds.), Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Gender Dysphoria Syndrome, pp. 219-222. Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Medical Center.

Schutzer, M.A.N. (1994). Winyanktecha = Two-souls-person. Paper presented at The Conference of the European Network of Professionals on Transsexualism, Manchester, England, 31 August, 1994.

Schwabe, A.D., Solomon, D., Stoller, R.J., & Burnham, J. (1962). Pubertal feminization in a genetic male with testicular atrophy and normal urinary gonadotropin. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology, 22, 839-845.

Schwartz, H.L. (1997, 9 January). Book explores gender roles in lesbian diversity (Review of K. Weston, Render me, gender me: Lesbians talk sex, class, color, nation, stud-muffins... 1996, New York: Columbia University Press). Southern Voice, 23, 32.

Schwartz, H.L. (1997, 3 April). Out in print: Radclyffe Hall's sex dynamic still contemporary, author says (Review of Your John: The love letters of Radclyffe Hall by J. Glasgow. Southern Voice, 29.

Schwartz, M. (1997, 27 May). In NY, men are advised not to stall too long. Dallas Morning News.

Schwarzbaum, L. (1995, February). Just like a woman? Mirabella, 69, pp. 52, 54, 56.

Schweikert, H.U., & Wilson, J.D. (1974). Regulation of human hair growth by steroid hormones: I. Testosterone metabolism in isolated hairs. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 38, 811.

Scott, D. (1995, September). Pittsburgh organizes its own Transexual Menace. Planet Q (Pittsburgh, PA), p. 9.

Scott, D. (1997, 25 June). Crossing borders. In Pittsburgh Newsweekly, 12-13.

Scott, F.B., Bradley, W.E., & Timm, G.W. (1973). Management of erectile impotence--Use of implantable inflation prosthesis. Urology, 2, 80-82.

Scott, J. (1986). Gender: A useful category of historical analysis. American Historical Review, 91(5), 1053-1075.

Scruggs, K. (1995, 11 October). Police seek clues in slaying. Atlanta Journa/Atlanta Constitution, B5.

Seagraves, K.B. (1991). When a little boy cross-dresses. Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality, 25(9), 28.

Sears, J.T. (1995). Dawn arises in Aristocratic Chrleston: The Gordon Langlay Hall affair. In J. Sears, The lonely hunters: An oral history of lesbian and gay Southern life, 1948-1968, 161 (photos), 163-184. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.

Sears, L.L. (1990). Treatment of female pattern alopecia. Hair Loss Journal, 6(2), 2-3.

Sedgewick, E.K. (1993). In M. Warner (Ed.), Fear of a queer planet: Queer politics and social theory. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Segal, M. (1965). Transvestitism as an impulse and as a defence. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 46, 209-217.

Seil, D. (1995). Dissociation and gender dysphoria. Paper presented at the First International Congress on Gender, Cross Dressing, and Sex Issues, Van Nuys, CA, 23-26 February, 1995.

Sellers, P. (1984, 10-17 March). My life as a man: Robin Douglass was a "real man" in wing tips and wishkers for her part in the NBC special about a she-man... (Toronto Star) Starweek Magazine.

Selvin, B.W. (1993, 1 June). Buying hormones: Sexuality sells. New York Newsday.

Selvin, B.W. (1993, 1 June). Joining the opposite sex: Transsexuals are coming to term with themselves and society. Newsday, 53, 56-57.

Selvin, B.W. (1993, 11 July). Transsexuals learn to find their own place in Society. Chicago Sun-Times.

Senelick, L. (1993). Boys and girls together: Subcultural origins of glamour drag and male impersonation on the nineteen-century stage. In L. Ferris (Ed.). Crossing the stage: Controversies on cross-dressing, pp. 80-95. Routledge: New York.

Serian, R. (1987). Big hair and new makeup. Whole Earth Review, 56, 2-7.

Shack, J.M. (1995, 28 July). Her secret's out. The Jersey Journal, 1, 4.

Shade, L.R. (1996, 1 March). Stone: Provoking the academy the "cat's cradle" way (Review of A.R. Stone, The war of desire and technology at the close of the mechanical age. CMC Magazine, http://www.december.com/cmc/mag/1996/mar/shtone1.html.

Shade, L.R. (1996, 1 March). Turkle: MUDdying up the line between virtual and RL (Review of Sherry Turkle, Life on the screen: Identity in the age of the internet. CMC Magazine, http://www.december.com/cmc/mag/1997/mar/shturk1.html.

Shainess, N. (1969). The formation of gender identity. Journal of Sex Research, 5(2), 75-85.

Shamoian, C.A. (1973). Commentary on Spensley & Barter (1973), "Adolescent boys who wear girls' clothes." Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality, 7(6), 152.

Shapiro, B.H., Levine, D.C., & Adler, N.T. (1980). The testicular feminized rat: A naturally occurring model of androgen independent brain masculinization. Science, 209, 418-420.

Shapiro, G., & Evron, S. (1980). A novel use of spironolactone: treatment of hirsutism. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 51(3), 429-432.

Shapiro, J. (1991). Transsexualism: Reflections on the persistence of gender and the mutability of sex. In. J. Epstein & K. Straub (Eds.), Body guards: The cultural politics of gender ambiguity, pp. 248-279. New York: Routledge.

Sharpe, A. (1995, August). Judicial uses of transsexuality: A site for political contestation. Alternative Law Review, 21(4), 153-155, 172.

Shaw, T., & Jones, G. (1996, 1 May). Transsexual wins Euro court fight. Daily Telegraph.

Sheehan, R. (1995). Dismissed transsexual alleges bias, ponders suit: RA's firing has Fayetteville State campus abuzz. The News & Observer (Raleigh, NC), 1A, 8A.

Sheeley, G. (1991, 16 September). Peach buzz: Visiting transsexual made honorary citizen. Atlanta Journal/Constitution, B2.

Sheeley, G. (1991, 19 September). Peach buzz: Mayor didn't approve transsexual's award. Atlanta Journal/Constitution, D8.

Shepherd, C. (1993, 5 May). Inexplicable. News of the Weird.

Shepherd, C. (1995, 6 December). Purse fetishist convicted, sentenced. News of the Weird. Reprinted in Tennessee Vals newsletter, January, 1996.

Shepherd, G. (1978). Letter to the editor: Transsexualism in Oman? Man, 13(1), 133-134.

Sherarer, M., & Shearer, M. (n.d.). Cross-dressing has family confused.

Sherif, C.W. (1982). Needed concepts in the study of gender identity. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 6(4), 375-396

Sherman, S. (1998.) Review of Mema's house, Mexico City, by Annick Prieur (U. Chicago).

Shirlaw, L.M. (1961). Letter to the editor: Behaviour therapy in transvestism. Lancet, 13, 619-620.

Showalter, E. (n.d., but early 1990s). Introduction: The rise of gender. In E. Showalter (Ed.), Speaking of gender. London: Routledge, Chapman, & Hall.

Shtasel, T. (1979). Behavioral treatment of transsexualism: A case report. Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, 5(4), 362-367.

Shulman, R. (1997, 4 December). 2 lives to life: A conversation with Jessica Xaiver. Metro Weekly, cover, 26-31, 33-35, 47.

Shumate, R. (1996, 14 September). Candy Oh! The Grand Empress of Savannah tells all. Creative Loafing, cover, 28, 33.

Siegel, L., & Zitrin, A. (1978). The fourth International Conference on Gender Identity: Selected Proceedings. Transsexuals in the New York welfare population: The function of illusion in transsexuality. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 7(4), 285-290.

Siegel, R. (1995, 22 April). Transsexual charged with killing officer, investigator. Associated Press.

Signorile, M. (1996, June). Transgender nation. Out, 40.

Silver, M. (1997, Spring). Including the "other": The challenge of inclusionary politics. Anything That Moves, 13, 2.

Silverman, D. (1993). Playing with clothes: A review of Marjorie Garber's Vested interests: Cross-dressing and cultural anxiety. Postmodern Culture, 3(3).

Silvers, W.K., Glasser, D.L., & Eicher, E.M. (1982). H-Y antigen, serologically detectible male antigen, and sex determination. Cell, 28, 439-440.

Silvers, W.K., Raaab, S., Washburn, L.L., & Eicher, E.M. (1986). Expression of H-Y antigen unaltered in XY female mice. Immunogenetics, 23, 67-68.

Simon, B.E. (1978). Transsexual surgery. Annals of Plastic Surgery, 1(2), 129-130.

Simon, R.J. (1967). A case of female transsexualism. American Journal of Psychiatry, 123(12), 1598-1601.

Simon, W. (1995). Postmodernization of sex and gender. Paper presented at the First International Congress on Gender, Cross Dressing, and Sex Issues, Van Nuys, CA, 23-26 February, 1995.

Simons, T. (1995, 14 June). Glitzy Victoria. Twin Cities Reader, 20.

Simone, C.M. (1977). The transsexual patient: How you can help toward a successful surgical outcome. RN, 40(3), 37-44.

Simpson, E., Chandler, P., Goulmy, E., Disteche, C.M., Ferguson-Smith, M., & Page, D.C. (1987). Separation of the genetic loci for the H-Y antigen and for testis determination on human Y chromosome. Nature, 376, 276-278.

Sinclair, A.H., Berta, P., Palmer, M.S., Hawkins, J.R., Griffiths, B.L., Smith, M.J., Foster, J.W., Frishauf, A., Lovell-Badge, R., & Goodfellow, P.N. (1990, 19 July). A gene from the human sex-determining region encodes a protein with homology to a conserved DNA-binding motif. Nature, 346, 240-244.

Sirota, P. (photographer). (1997, June). Dude looks like a lady... is Ru Paul's favorite song and an apt description of him in these pictures-- at least when he's in the dress. When he's in the suit- and that is him in the suit too-- well, the dude looks as handsome as a man can look. Gentlemen's Quarterly, 198-203.

Skrapec, C., & MacKenzie, K.R. (1981). Psychological self-perception in male transsexuals, homosexuals, and heterosexuals. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 10(4), 357-370.

Slack, C.W. (1969, 6 November). Life's such a drag, they'd rather switch. Village Voice.

Slaughter, S. (1990, 22 July). Starting over as a woman. Nashville Tennessean, 1E, 11E.

Slijper, F.M.E. (1997). Review of S. Nanda, Neither men nor women: The Hijras of India (1990, Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Company). Archives of Sexual Behavior, 26(4), 450-454.

Slonim, J. (1992, October). Boys will be girls. Allure, 54.

Small, M.P. (1987). Penile and scrotal vaginoplasty for male-to-female transsexuals. Urology, 29(6), 593-597.

Small, M.P. (1993). Techniques for phalloplasty in the female-to-male patient. Paper presented at the 13th International Symposium on Gender Dysphoria, New York City, 21-24 October.

Small, M.P., & Becker, H. (1989). Use of tissue expanders in genitourinary reconstructive surgery for transsexuals. Paper presented at the XI Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association Symposium, Cleveland, Ohio, 20-23 September.

Smelser, C. (1991, April/May). Letter to the editor. North Bi Northwest, 4(2), 6.

Smith, D. (1991). Prison and AIDS update. AIDS Treatment News, 130.

Smith, D.W. (1992). In search of the elusive homosexual: Part 9. Psychology v. psychoanalysis. The News, 8(6), 38-39.

Smith, D.W. (1993). In search of the elusive homosexual: Part 12. The fall of the American Psychiatric Association's view of homosexuality as mental illness. The News, 9(1), 30-32.

Smith, H. (1996, Fall). Upside-down inside-out feelings. Open Hands: Resources for Ministries Affirming the Diversity of Human Sexuality, 12(2), 10-11.

Smith, K. (1997, May). Dial 1-900-OVERCHARGE: Telmex will soon introduce to the national audiotext market new "policy controls" in order to clear its name of blame.

Smith, M. (1990, 14 April). Oprah look-alike a man--for now. Atlanta Journal-Constitution, D1.

Smith, R. (1994, November). Whose frock is it anyway? Gay TImes.

Smith, R. (1995). Transgendered ... and taken to jail. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services, 33(9), 44-46.

Smith, R. (1997, 17 January). Decoding la différence: Gender as dress and pose. The New York Times, B1, B29.

Smith, R.A. (1995, 16 October). Rector tells of her homosexuality: Parishioners supportive. The Record (New Jersey).

Smith, S. (1990, 6 February). Ruling backs Boeing in sex-change lawsuit. Seattle Times/Post-Intelligencer.

Smith, S.L. (1992, 20 December). Transvestite is 5th slain in area in past 2 years. Atlanta Journal/Constitution, H2.

Smythe, C. (1994). What makes a male? Attitude, 1(3), 32-36.

Smythe, C. (Photographs by Loren Cameron). (1995, January/February). How shall I address you? Pronouns, pussies and pricks-- talking to female-to-male transsexuals. On Our Backs, 18-23, 41.

Snaith, P. (1987). Gender reassignment today (editorial). British Medical Journal, Clinical Research Edition, 295(6596), 454.

Snead, E. (1997, 19 December). Jagger finds satisfaction in movies as well as rock'n'roll. USA Today. Reprinted in Tennessee Vals newsletter, February, 1998.

Snow, W. (1997). The issue of guilt in the transgendered population with special focus on the transsexual person. Paper presented at the Second International Congress on Sex and Gender Issues, King of Prussia, PA, 19-22 June, 1997.

Socarides, C.W. (1969). The desire for sexual transformation: A psychiatric evaluation of transsexualism. American Journal of Psychiatry, 125(10), 1419-1425.

Socarides, C.W. (1976). Beyond sexual freedom: Clinical fallout. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 30(3), 385-397.

Socarides, C.W. (1988). Transsexualism: The case of Victor-Valerie. In The preoedipal origin and psychoanalytic therapy of sexual perversions, pp. 335-361. Madison, WI: International Universities Press, Inc.

Socarides, C.W. (1988). Transvestitism: The case of Alfred. In The preoedipal origin and psychoanalytic therapy of sexual perversions, pp. 363-392. Madison, WI: International Universities Press, Inc.

Socarides, C. (1996). The erosion of heterosexuality: Psychiatry falters, America sleeps. American Family Association World Wide Web Page, http://www.gocin.com/afa/home.htm. Reprinted from The Washington Times (date not given).

Solomon, A. (1993). It's never too late to switch: Crossing toward power. In L. Ferris (Ed.). Crossing the stage: Controversies on cross-dressing, pp. 144-154. Routledge: New York.

Soltis, A. (1995, 27 July). Sex-op cop fight for job: N.J. cop plans sex surgery to become a "she." New York Post, 1, 3.

Sondegaard, G. (1995, November/December). One tickled transie (Letter to the editor). Girlfriends. Letter in praise of review of S/He by Minnie Bruce Pratt.

Song, I.C., Cramer, M.S., & Bromberg, B.E. (1973). Primary vaginal reconstruction after pelvic exenteration. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 51(5), 509-513.

Sontag, D., & Barry, D. (1997, 17 September). Using settlements to gauge police abuse. New York Times, A1, A19.

Sophie, J. (1986). A critical examination of stage theories of lesbian identity development. Journal of Homosexuality, 12(2), 39-51.

Sorensen, I. (1996, 2 August). Activists collide: Transsexual activist Margaret Dierdre O'Hartigan leads public effort to oust crossdresser Roni Lang from volunteer position. Just Out (Portland, OR).

Sorensen, I. (1996, October). Local news heard at last: Transsexuals in Portland are on the verge of securing basic civil rights. Just Out (Portland, OR).

Sorensen, I. (1996, October). BOLI will investigate transsexuals' discrimination claims. Just Out (Portland, OR).

Sorensen, I. (1997, 7 February). They just said no: MHRC declines to support Oregon ENDA because Transsexuals are not included in the measure. Just Out (Portland, OR).

Sorensen, T. (1981). A follow-up study of operated transsexual females. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 64, 50-64.

Sorensen, T. (1981). A follow-up study of operated transsexual males. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 63(5), 486-503.

Sorensen, T., & Hertoft, P. (1980). Sexmodifying operations on transsexuals in Denmark in the period 1950-1977. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 61(1), 56-66.

Sorensen, T., & Hertoft, P. (1980). Transsexualism as a nosological unity in men and women. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 61(2), 135-151.

Sorensen, T., & Hertoft, P. (1982). Male and female transsexualism: The Danish experience with 37 patients. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 11(2), 133-155.

Spanier, B.B. (1991). "Lessons" from "nature": Gender ideology and sexual ambiguity in biology. In J. Epstein & K. Straub (Eds.), Body guards: The cultural politics of gender ambiguity, pp. 329-350. New York: Routledge.

Spensley, J., & Barter, J.T. (1971). The adolescent transvestite on a psychiatric service: Family patterns. Journal of Sexual Behavior, 1(4), 347-356.

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