MTF

I Didn't Know Trans People Existed

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Asia speaks about not knowing that trans people existed, and coming from a Caribbean family.

Asia

First Time I Ever Knew About Trans People

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Denise Infinity talks about discovering that trans people existed and the journey since then.

Recorder October 2012 on North East Tour in New York City, New York.

Denise Infinity

The Difficulties of Dating

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Nia speaks about the difficulties of dating cisgendered men.

Recorded October 2012, on NorthEast Tour - New York City, New York.

Nia

Carly: She's Still My Daddy

Developed by Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays, this short comic shows a daughter learning to accept her "daddy's" transition from male to female.

PFLAG

From HIV to Healthcare and Housing Justice

Michelle O'Brien lives in New York and has been active in several social justice organizations organizations. She discusses feminism's legacy to the trans movement, a partners battle for inclusion in women's only spaces, and HIV/AIDS activism in New York.

Interview with Michelle O'Brien

Changing the Rules of the Game

Breanna and Ryan are a transgender couple. They speak about Ryan's gradual coming out process and their struggle to stay together despite the stress and unexpected changes related to his transition from female to male.

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Interview with Breanna and Ryan

Changing the Rules of The Game

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Breanna and Ryan are a transgender couple. They speak about Ryan's gradual coming out process and their struggle to stay together despite the stress and unexpected changes related to his transition from female to male.

Breanna and Ryan

On the Stroll

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Shanelle speaks abut her experiences growing up and how she began working the streets of New York.

Shanelle

Trans Oral History Preview

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The Transgender Oral History Project is a collaborative multimedia archive of stories by and for people within the trans community. We strive to make stories available at low or no cost that address the experiences of trans folks from all walks of life, especially from more marginalized backgrounds whose stories typically do not make mainstream media outlets.

Michelle O'Brien
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