resources on gender oppression, trans and gender non-conforming people, and health care

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Some resources to check out:

Bazant, Micah. “Trans Respect/Etiquette/Support 101.” Tim Tum: A Trans Jew Zine. Last updated 11/17/06

Fenner, Bran. “A Simple Note on Gender”. Friendster Blog: http://middlenameali.blogs.friendster.com/middlenameali/2006/04/a_simple_note_o.html .  

Marksamer, Jody and Vade, Dylan. “Transgender Introduction”. Sylvia Rivera Law Project webpage:  http://www.srlp.org/documents/TLC_new_trans_101.htm

O’Brien, Michelle. “Tracing this Body: Transsexuality, Pharmaceuticals and Capitalism .”  Dead Letters webpage: www.deadletters.biz. 2003. 

O’Brien, Michelle. “Trans Liberation and Feminism: Self-determination, Healthcare and Revolutionary Struggle.” Dead Letters webpage: www.deadletters.biz. 2003.

Transgender Law Center. “Recommendations for Transgender Health Care.”  The Transgender Law and Policy Institute webpage: http://www.transgenderlaw.org . Accessed February 1, 2007.

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