"a radical drag queen at Leeds, says that he buys old dresses from Oxfam shops, wears neither make-up nor substitute breasts, and tries to shake people out of their preconception of what a man is, a woman is, or more important, what he is."She also published a 16-page pamphlet that was published by the London School of Economics Gay Culture Society the same year entitled, Gay Liberation, reformism and revolution.
*Not the Montréal choreographer.
- M. Parkin. "Mixed Feelings". The Guardian, 4 March 1994. Reprinted as Appendix F(i) of The First National TV.TS Conference Report, Leeds, 1974: 36
- Martine O'Leary. Gay Liberation, reformism and revolution. LSE-Gay Culture Society. Isophile Pamphlets, 16pp 1974.
- Richard Ekins & Dave King. The Transgender Phenomenon. London: Thousand Oaks; California: Sage. 2006: 3
A forgotten pioneer. I wonder what happened to her?
I organized the conference in 1974. It was held in the students' union of Leeds University and attracted more than 100 peopleReplyDelete
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