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The author writes: 'This is a letter I wrote that was just published in the May 2007 issue of "The American Lawyer" [in response to their] March 2007 article which can be found here: http://www.conwayla wgroup.com/ wordpress/ ?p=60
The American Lawyer isn't online, but a pdf of my letter is at http://www.helenboy dbooks.com/ docs/americanlaw yer_donna. pdf , and the text is as follows (the heading is the magazine's, not mine)"
Few things are more primal than our bodily functions. While some guys may be able to duck into an alley and write their name on the wall, most folks prefer to locate a restroom before relieving themselves. That search, already challenging in many urban environments, becomes especially arduous for women and men who are trans or gender ambiguous, as they face harassment, discrimination, hostility, violence and arrest for using the “wrong” bathroom.