Show: GenderVision

Episode: GenderVision#3: Trans Partner - Gender & Relationship, part 1


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Episode Description:

An extended, in-depth interview with well-known transgender advocates Helen Boyd and Betty Crow. Helen is the author of the book "My Husband Betty", which explores the relationships of crossdressing men and their female partners, as well as a follow-up, "She's Not the Man I Married", a more serious and expansive examination of gender roles in relationships. Betty Crow is a professional actor who has appeared on daytime TV in "All My Children" as a transgender woman, who also works as a web designer and 3D animator.

Helen & Betty's profound love and respect for one another shines as they share their insights and experiences about the complexity of gender, gender identity, sex, love and marriage. Helen talks about her own experience in being partnered with a trans person, speaking from a feminist perspective about transgender identities and negotiating relationship while navigating the spectrum of gender expression. Betty talks about the importance of their marriage to her, of her desire to "grow old" with Helen, and how doing so requires a commitment on her part to a partnered approach to her transition. Together, their refreshing candor and evident love for one another make this a not-to-be-missed program.

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File Name of SD Episode: 0031 GenderVision Trans Partner - Gender & Relationship pt 1.mpg

Total SD Episode Video Runtime (hh:mm:ss): 00:28:55

File Size of SD Episode Video: 1,037,730,058 Bytes

Resolution of SD Episode Video: 720x480

Date SD Episode Video Uploaded: Thursday, May 21, 2009 - 19:15


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