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domingo, Fevereiro 11, 2007

[India]
Gender identity disorder cases on rise in Bihar
Cases of gender identity disorder (GID) are on the increase in Bihar, reveal top andrologists of the country Dr Suresh Kotwal and Dr Vijay Kulkari.

[Canada]
Gillis, a.k.a. Lulu LaRude, dies in Halifax
One of Halifax's most famous drag queens, who enjoyed far more than his five minutes of fame, has given his last show.
PHOTO: Lulu LaRude, a.k.a. Charles (Chuck) McDuff Gillis died Thursday in Halifax of brain cancer. (Greg Guy / Staff)

[ME, USA] [Letters to the Editor]
Hateful statements made on transgendering issue
I have known Jeremiah Nazarkewycz since we were in second grade. I saw firsthand his struggle to fit in. And when he finally had the courage to speak about being transgendered, the Christian Civic League wrote false and hurtful things about him in their newsletter.

[USA] [Commentary]
FIRST-PERSON: A sex change at 12?
When I first read the headline, I had trouble believing it was true. "Surely this must be a tabloid tale," I muttered to myself. Perhaps it was just a hoax or even an early April Fool's joke.

[MI, USA]
Professor's plight heard worldwide Nemecek getting lots of attention after story appeared in newspaper
People worldwide are reading, writing and talking about Spring Arbor's Julie Marie Nemecek in the wake of her unveiling last week in the Citizen Patriot.

[VT,USA]
We must end gender discrimination
Thank you for the article "King's niece addresses abortion foes" (Jan. 27) and photos of the Vermont March for Life in Montpelier. Those of us who marched for life in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 22 had hoped to see photos of the thousands of us gathered there, especially the waves upon waves of young people mentioned by Bishop Matano at the Statehouse on Jan. 27. Unfortunately, those photos never appeared in the paper.

1 Comments:

  • At 11 Fevereiro, 2007 15:44, Blogger Dr. Jillian Todd Weiss said…

    Re: Professor's plight heard worldwide -- The U.S. law favors the professor, and the school may have to pay damages. See my blog for a discussion http://jweissdiary.blogspot.com

     

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