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Part One

  1. 00.00.15 Background information.
  2. 00.06.41 Where did you go to elementary school?
  3. 00.07.35 Gender dysphoria.
  4. 00.09.25 High school in the 1970s.
  5. 00.10.24 Were you bullied in school?
  6. 00.12.39 How come you are not in touch with your parents?
  7. 00.13.20 Embarrassment about being trans.
  8. 00.14.49 Trans inclusion versus exclusion.
  9. 00.17.23 Being out as trans.
  10. 00.18.31 Hormone therapy.
  11. 00.19.35 First trans friend.
  12. 00.21.15 How did you support yourself?
  13. 00.22.16 Binary thinking and social evolution.
  14. 00.24.45 Trans community in Tijuana, Mexico.
  15. 00.26.35 Activism in Tijuana.
  16. 00.27.38 What are the issues in Tijuana for trans people?
  17. 00.30.10 Gender neutral bathrooms.
  18. 00.32.13 Cooperation between trans people on both sides of the border.
  19. 00.33.02 LGBT marches in Tijuana.
  20. 00.33.18 HIV clinics in Tijuana.
  21. 00.37.05 A life on both side of the boarder.
  22. 00.37.53 Have you changed your gender markers?
  23. 00.39.01 Being disrespected while crossing the border.
  24. 00.42.58 Detention Facilities.
  25. 00.43.46 Is it more dangerous to be trans in Mexico?
  26. 00.46.09 What’s a typical day like for you in Tijuana?
  27. 00.50.06 Are you worried about getting old?
  28. 00.50.38 Are cis lesbian and gay people doing enough for trans people?
  29. 00.52.35 Discrimination of wealthy versus poor trans people in Tijuana.
  30. 00.58.46 Police harassment in Tijuana.