Harper’s Magazine

Harper’s Magazine is an American publication founded in 1850. In the 21st century, amid the disruption of journalism and media, the magazine has had a revolving door of editors, leading to a number of questionable decisions that have affected the publication’s reputation. “A Letter on Justice and Open Debate” In 2020, Thomas Chatterton Williams led …

The Meltzer Clinic: Toby Meltzer

Toby Roger Meltzer (born September 19, 1957) is an American plastic and reconstructive surgeon. Background Meltzer earned his medical degree from Louisiana State University School of Medicine. He completed his plastic surgery residency at the University of Michigan. He was appointed clinical professor of plastic surgery at Oregon Health Sciences University (OHSU). In 1993 he began …

Categorically wrong?

This archival page covers 2003 to 2008. A Bailey-Blanchard-Lawrence clearinghouse This clearinghouse explores varying viewpoints about The Man Who Would Be Queen and the ideology that informs the work of J. Michael Bailey, Ray Blanchard, and Anne Lawrence. This clearinghouse was created in April 2003 to document materials in this controversy as they became available. Though much of it remains …

Website notes (2003-2014)

The previous version of this site had occasional essays and news posts between 2003 and 2014. This is an archive of those notes, shown in reverse chronological order. Items in bold have been ported to this site. Other links go to archive.org for now. 2014 July Casting notice: THE THIRD SEX staged reading 14 July …

Medicine and transgender people

Some transgender and gender diverse people choose medical options as part of a gender transition. The following medical specialties can be involved in trans and gender diverse healthcare. Related specialties Anesthesiology Dermatology Endocrinology Infectious disease Neurology Obstetrics and gynecology Pediatrics Psychiatry Reproductive medicine Surgery General surgery Craniofacial Surgery Oral and maxillofacial surgery Plastic surgery Urology …

Donald R. Laub, Jr.

Donald Rudolph Laub, Jr. is an American plastic surgeon who has served the transgender community. Background Laub got his medical degree at Medical College of Wisconsin, then did residencies at Oregon Health & Science University and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. Laub ran Green Mountain Gender Clinic in Williston, Vermont from 1999 until around 2007. William B. “Bill” Nash …