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Correspondence: Thank You Note 2/20/04, Planned Parenthood Note Card, Carole Ann Steiger Feb 2004

Correspondence: Thank You Note 2/20/04, Planned Parenthood Note Card, Carole Ann Steiger

Saffy Collection - All Textual Materials

Thank you letter to Dr. Edna L. Saffy.


Clags Launches Disability/Queerness Programming, Sarah Chinn Jan 2004

Clags Launches Disability/Queerness Programming, Sarah Chinn

Center for LGBTQ Studies (CLAGS)

CLAGS kicked off our initial year of Disability and Queerness: Centering the Outsider programming on September 22nd with an evening celebrating the release of Desiring Disability, a special issue of GLQ on disability and Disability Studies, and Haworth Press's forthcoming Queer Crips, a collection of essays and stories by disabled gay men.


Respect And Equality: Transsexual And Transgender Rights, Stephen Whittle Jan 2004

Respect And Equality: Transsexual And Transgender Rights, Stephen Whittle

Center for LGBTQ Studies (CLAGS)

The problem of who I legally am in the world I live in has been vexatious throughout my adult life. Like other transsexual people worldwide, I face an inadequate legal framework in which to exist. Some of us live within states and nations that recognise the difficulties and attempt to provide a route way through the morass of problems that arise; others barely, if not at all, even acknowledge our being. We are simply 'not' within a world that only permits two sexes, only allows two forms of gender role, identity or expression. Always falling outside of the 'norm,' our ...


The Recently Revised Marriage Law Of China: The Promise And The Reality, Charles J. Ogletree Jr., Rangita De Silva De Alwis Jan 2004

The Recently Revised Marriage Law Of China: The Promise And The Reality, Charles J. Ogletree Jr., Rangita De Silva De Alwis

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

In April 2001, the Standing Committee of the Ninth National People's Congress (NPC), China's highest legislative body, passed the long-debated and much awaited amendments to the Marriage Law on the closing day of its twenty-first session. As stated by one PRC commentator, "In the 50 years since the founding of the New China, there has not been any law that has caused such a widespread concern for ordinary people."'

Even though the recent revisions to the marriage laws have been hailed as some of the most significant and positive changes in family law in China, thus far no ...


Econometric Analysis Of U.S. Abortion Policy: A Critical Review, Jonathan Klick Jan 2004

Econometric Analysis Of U.S. Abortion Policy: A Critical Review, Jonathan Klick

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

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