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The Met’s New Season: Warhorses to Opera Rarities (Big Queer Blog, 9.1.09)
Transgender-sensitive health care providers in NYC (Big Queer Blog, 7.15.09)
The Brian Lehrer Show, the Stonewall riots & transgender rights (Big Queer Blog, 7.9.09)
Barack Obama: The Fierce Urgency of Now
Hillary, the Clinton Administration & the Rwanda Genocide
ENDA: To Be Transgender-Inclusive or Not to Be?
NYC Birth Certificate Policy Unfair to Transgendered
History, Herstory, Mystory, Yourstory
Giuliani & Transgender Rights: The Untold Story
City of Roses, City of Books
Telling the stories of our lives: Undesirable Elements in the Bronx & Manhattan
God & the Delusional Richard Dawkins
France’s Next President: Hillary or Rudy?
Queer Theory: Liberatory Discourse or Pretentious Crap?
Undesirable Elements: telling our stories as Asian Americans
‘Transgender’ vs. ‘transgendered’ – the great nomenclature debate engaged
Largo: Injustice Under the Florida Sun
Homeward Bound: The Journey of a Transgendered Korean Adoptee
S/he’s Not Heavy, Zie’s My Non-Gendered Sibling: Why Gender-Neutral Pronouns Don’t Work for Me
Jon Benet Ramsey! Sex-Change Operations! Transsexual Pedophile Murderers! Screaming Tabloid Headlines!
Mel Gibson: WWJS (What Would Jesus Say)?
Marriage isn’t just for (straight) white people anymore: Asian Americans speak out on same-sex marriage
Virginia is for Lovers
What is the trouble with transgender studies?
From Brokeback Mountain to Walden Pond: Thoreau and the Authentic Life
Trannyshack: Why mainstream media coverage of transgender issues is a real drag
‘TransAmerica’: some thoughts from a trans American
What Isn’t Queer? LGBT Rights, Social Justice and Politics Writ Large
Transsexuals Get the Nod for Olympics(by Tracy Connor, NY Daily News, 5.18.04)
Queens Up Close: Dueling Gay Centers Offer Both Pride and Services
(by E.E. Lippincott, NY Times, 5.27.01)