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29 December 2010

Some Events of the year 2010: Part 5 –News Media, Journals

Part 2: Persons
Part 4: Visual media
Part 5: News Media, Journals
Part 6: Books

News Media & Bookshops
Gays the Word Bookshop, which hosts meetings of Trans London, faced with 25% increase in rent from Camden Council.

The Sunday Life, Belfast, was censured by the Press Complaints Commission for using the word 'tranny'.

Mithly (=same as me), a new GLBT magazine in Morocco.

Original Plumbing for trans men.

Fucking Trans Women.
The Guardian
  • A series of articles by Juliet Jacques about her transition.
  • Profile of Bethany Black, stand-up comedian.
  • Carol Robson, whose Trans History site contains material stolen from this site, was interviewed.
  • David Waters finds that he had a half-sister was was adopted away. 25 years later they make contact, and the sister is now Stephen.
  • Stephen Whittle: "A brief history of transgender issues".
  • Mustafa Qadri. "Pakistan's hijras deserve acceptance".
  • CL Minou on Julie Bindel
The Daily Mail
The Los Angeles Times
  • Christopher Goffard on Christine Daniels. “Public triumph, private torment”.
  • Christopher Goffard on homeless in Los Angeles, includes a profile of trans woman Cathy.
The New York Times
The Toronto Star

Journal Articles and Theses

  • Ophelia Bradley. ’They Need Labels’: Contemporary Institutional And Popular Frameworks For Gender Variance. MA Thesis. Georgia State University. Discusses AGP, HSTS and HBS persons using their blog names rather than their person names.
  • Anne Lawrence. "Something Resembling Autogynephilia in Women: Comment on Mose (2009)". Journal of Homosexuality, 57,1, 2010.
  • Anne Lawrence. “A Validation of Blanchard’s Typology: Comment on Nuttbrock et al." Archives of Sexual Behavior. March 2010.
  • Charles Moser. "Blanchard's Autogynephilia Theory: A Critique". Journal of Homosexuality, 57,6, 2010.
  • Charles Moser. "A Rejoinder to Lawrence(2010): It helps if you Compare the Correct Items ". Journal of Homosexuality, 57,6, 2010.
  • Larry Nuttbrock. “The Limitations of Blanchard’s Typology: A Response to Lawrence. Archives of Sexual Behavior. June 2010.
  • Julia M. Serano. ‘The Case Against Autogynephilia.’ International Journal of Transgenderism, 12:3, 176-187. "If proponents of autogynephilia insist that every exception to the model is due to misreporting, then autogynephilia theory must be rejected on the grounds that it is unfalsifiable and therefore unscientific. If, on the other hand, we accept that these exceptions are legitimate, then it is clear that autogynephilia theory’s two-subtype taxonomy does not hold true."

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