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Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Interpretation of Gender -- Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast

8-22-11: Our Interpretation of Gender � Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast: In light of the Governor's vow to work on transgender non-discrimination legislation, and to help us understand our notions of gender, Sheilah speaks with Paz Galupo, Professor of Psychology and Director of LGBT Studies at Towson University.

You can also listen to a conversation we had this past spring with transgender advocate Sandy Rawls, about the frequency with which violence occurs in the transgender community. Sandy is the president and founder of Trans-United, an organization devoted to providing help and support to the transgender community.

And for an in-depth look at the obstacles members of the transgender community face in daily life, this 2007 piece called “In Between Days” from Baltimore’s City Paper is definitely worth a read.

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