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When did you first hear the word Transgender?-Oral History interview with Virginia Stephenson

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Added on Oct 28, 2016

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Androgynous, transgenderist, demigender, non-binary, two-spirit, cross-dresser, transvestite, gender fluid, intersexed, genderqueer, transsexual, crossing-gender, queer, transgender, gender-variant, bigender,.... The terminology and words used to describe gender continue to shift, change, and evolve over time as they have throughout history. In this brief video clip Virginia Stephenson speaks about their experience of first hearing the word transgender in 1997 at the University of New Mexico Transgender support group. In the late 1990's the word Transgender was still gaining visibility in mainstream society although it originated in the late 1960's.

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