SAN FRANCISCO TRANSGENDER PRIDE 2007 – LET US BE

A NEW TRANSSEXUAL IDENTITY DISCOVERED IN SAN FRANCISCO

PAT MURPHY
Sentinel Editor & Publisher
Copyright © 2007 San Francisco Sentinel

The 2007 Trans March is underway tonight kicking off weekend San Francisco celebration of queers.

Trans. Transgender. Transgender, the umbrella term for women only comfortable when living life as a male and men only comfortable living life as a female.

The world glances at trans men and women as the most queer of all — as still do most gay men and lesbians, with trans people suffering highest rates of suicide, unemployment, and substance abuse within LGBT community.

Endured while youth and some adults find assault and murder justified.

OUT OF THE SHADOWS

TRANSGENDER PRIMER 101

THE RAGE

THE COMPTON’S RIOT

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COMPTON’S RIOT COMMEMORATION

A NEW DIRECTION

NEW DIRECTION ON THE FLOOR OF THE CALIFORNIA ASSEMBLY

ASSEMBLYMAN MARK LENO

LET ME BE WHAT I AM

37TH ANNUAL SAN FRANCISCO LGBT PRIDE 2007

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PAT MURPHY
QUEER AS PINK INK
Sentinel Editor & Publisher
In his youth, Pat Murphy worked as a General Assignment reporter for the Richmond Independent, the Berkeley Daily Gazette, and the San Francisco Chronicle. He served as Managing Editor of the St. Albans (Vermont) Daily Messenger at age 21. Murphy also launched ValPak couponing in San Francisco, as the company’s first San Francisco franchise owner. He walked the bricks, developing ad strategy for a broad range of restaurants and merchants. Pat knows what works and what doesn’t work. His writing skill has been employed by marketing agencies, including Don Solem & Associates. He has covered San Francisco governance for the past ten years. Pat scribes an offbeat view of the human family through Believe It or What.

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