TransAdvocate interviews the Pacific Justice Institute

in Cristan Williams

I wanted to go ahead and get this interview out there ASAP. I’ll make a more in-depth post soon – including how PJI responds to Jane Doe’s mother and what they think about ex-gay and ex-transgender conversion therapy (clue: they think it’s worth fighting for).

Here’s the interview:

 

 

UPDATE: An amazing Reddit user has transcribed this entire interview!

 


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Cristan Williams is a trans historian and pioneer in addressing the practical needs of the transgender community. She started the first trans homeless shelter in the South and co-founded the first federally funded trans-only homeless program, pioneered affordable healthcare for trans people in the Houston area, won the right for trans people to change their gender on Texas ID prior to surgery, started numerous trans social service programs and founded the Transgender Center as well as the Transgender Archives. Cristan is the editor at the social justice sites TransAdvocate.com and TheTERFs.com, is a long-term member and previous chair of the City of Houston HIV Prevention Planning Group.

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