Center for LGBTQ Studies (CLAGS)
 

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Article

Publication Date

Fall 2005

Abstract

On May 6 and 7, 2005, Trans Politics, Social Change, and Justice brought over four hundred trans people and allies into a single building. A feeling of electricity was everywhere. Not because this was the first trans conference — it was not. Nor was it the largest. What participants felt came from the fact that the real lives of trans people were being addressed by trans people. For a time, the ground had shifted; the complex webs of institutions and politics that surround the lives of people everywhere were being addressed primarily from the perspective of transgender peoples and their communities.

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This article was originally published in CLAGSNews, vol. 15, no. 2.

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