Curriculum Vitae

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A Curriculum Vitae, or CV is a full and complete record of an individual’s education, experience, qualifications, publications, and achievements. It differs from a resume in that it can be quite long. CVs are used primarily in academia.

 

Ms. Dallas Denny

 

Curriculum Vitae

 

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EDUCATION

Doctoral Program in Special Education. 1984-1986. George Peabody College of Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN. Coursework completed and major area paper written. GPA: 2.95 of 3.0.

Continuing Education. 1980 to 1994. Graduate‑level courses at Georgia State University, East Tennessee State University, Middle Tennessee State University, and University of Tennessee at Knoxville. Undergraduate‑level courses at Nashville State Technical Institute and DeKalb College. Classes in special education, vocational rehabilitation, neuropsychology, psychological testing, American Sign Language, computers in education, and creative writing.

Master of Arts. University of Tennessee, Knoxville. 1979. Major: Psychology. GPA: 3.74 of 4.0.

Bachelor of Science. Middle Tennessee State University. 1974. First Major: Psychology. Second Major: Sociology. Minor: English. GPA: 3.18 of 4.0.

 

SPECIAL TRAINING

Certified Instructor, Nonviolent Crisis Intervention, Crisis Prevention Institute, 1998-2000.

Certificate, Florida Association of Rehabilitation Facilities, Inc., Group Home Staff Training Workshop, 8-10 November, 1977.

Certificate, American Psychiatric Association, Remotivation Technique Training, 3 May, 1973.

State of Tennessee, New Supervisor Orientation. 9 May, 1989.

UNIVERSITY TRANSCRIPTS ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

 

EDITORSHIPS

Editor-in-Chief, Transgender Tapestry Journal. September 1998 – July, 2006. International Foundation for Gender Education, P.O. Box 540229, Waltham, MA 02254-0229, 781/899-2212.

Duties: Produced quarterly four-color glossy transgender-themed magazine with circulation of approximately 5000. Solicited, selected, edited, and proofread submissions, wrote or solicited editorial material, supervised production of journal. Responsibile for editorial content and appearance of magazine.

Editor-in-Chief, Chrysalis: The Journal of Transgressive Gender Identities (early issues had the imprint Chrysalis Quarterly). (1990-1998).

Duties: Edited and published bi-annual transgender-themed journal with circulation of 1500. Solicited edited, and proofread submissions, wrote or solicited editorial material, procured advertisements, laid out pages, managed subscriptions, and arranged for printing. Responsible for all aspects of production, publication, and distribution.

AEGIS News. (1992-1998). Editing, page layout, printing, and distribution. Circulation: 1500.

AEGIS Online News. (1995-1998). Editing and distribution via a very young internet.

Shhh! The Newsletter of the National Transgender Library & Archive. (1994-1996). Editing, page layout, printing, and distribution. Circulation: 1500.

Two-Spirit News, The Newsletter of the Atlanta Gender Explorations Support Group. (1997-1999). Editing, page layout, printing, and distribution. Circulation: 100.

Rites of Passage: The Newsletter of the New Woman Conference. (1993-1994). Editing, page layout, printing, and distribution. Circulation: 100.

Program Book, Sexology: The personal, the professional, & the political. The Society for the Scientific Study of Sex, Eastern Region. 7-10 April, 1994, Decatur, GA. Editing, page layout, and publishing. Circulation: 500.

Program Book: Fantasia Fair. (2001-2007). Editing, page layout, printing, and distribution. Circulation: 250.

Insight: The Newsletter of the Montgomery Institute.(1989-1990). Editor. Circulation: 150.

Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine. (1984-1986). Editing, page layout, printing, and distribution. Circulation: 500.

Voice of the Valley (Greene Valley Developmental Center). Contributing Editor, 1986-1989.


OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Behavior Specialist. February, 1990 to September, 2009 (Retired). DeKalb Community Service Board, Residential Services, Winn Way, Decatur, GA 30033, 404/508-6413; Dekalb Enterprises, 4781 Lewis Road, Stone Mountain, GA, 30083, 770/270-2710. Now retired.

Supervisors: Sarah Case, Director, Residential Services; Fannie Bell, Director, Residential Services; Hugh Garrett, Director, DeKalb Enterprises; Mary Ann Norman, Director, DeKalb Workshop

Duties: Provided psychological services to adults with mental retardation and other handicapping conditions in day program and residential settings. Evaluated intellectual and social functioning and adaptive behavior, using standardized psychological instruments. Analyzed and interpreted test results and provided recommendations and written reports concerning residential and vocational placement and training. Functioned as part of interdisciplinary team (IDT), identifying programmatic and training needs of individuals with mental retardation. Provided services as requested by IDT, including individual and group counseling and social skills training. Conducted functional analyses of behavior and ecological assessments. Prepared and supervised implementation of behavior intervention programs, including data collection and analysis. Conducted in‑service training of psychological theory, research findings, and techniques. Taught nonviolent crisis intervention. Served as case coordinator for 50+ clients, conducting Individual Service Plans (ISPs) and reviews, coordinating services, charting monthly progress, and functioning as liaison with families and other service providers. Served as member of Client Rights, Central Intake, Newsletter, Behavior Management, and various ad hoc committees.

Psychological Examiner. August, 1986 to January, 1990; 16 October, 1980 to January, 1984. Greene Valley Developmental Center, Rt. #8, Box 910, Greeneville, TN 37744‑0910 and Clover Bottom Developmental Center, 275 Stewart’s Ferry Pike, Nashville, TN 37214.

Supervisors: William Tracy, Ed.D., Director of Psychology; Stephen Freeman, Ed.D., Director of Psychology; Frances Lamberts, Ed.D., Director of Psychology; Keith Bible, Developmental Supervisor III; Art Roth, Developmental Supervisor III; Maybrey GFellers, Developmental Supervisor III

Duties: Supervised Psychological Examiner I, Behavior Intervention Specialist, and Counselor Associates. Conducted independent research; participated in research with others. Developed microcomputer software to facilitate provision of psychological services and to augment abilities of individuals with multiple handicaps. Demonstrated software at seminars and conferences. Provided psychological services to clients of all ages and with various handicapping conditions, both in the facility and in community group homes. Evaluated intellectual and social functioning, and adaptive behavior, using standardized psychological instruments. Analyzed and interpreted test results and provided recommendations and written reports concerning residential, educational, and vocational placement and training. Upon request, provided written reports and recommendations to judicial system. Functioned as part of interdisciplinary team (IDT), identifying programmatic and training needs of individuals with mental retardation. Provided psychological services as requested by IDT, including individual and group counseling. Conducted functional analyses of behavior. Prepared and supervised implementation of written behavior intervention programs, including data collection and analysis. Served as behavioral consultant for individuals living in the community and in institutions. Conducted in‑service training of psychological theory, research findings, and techniques. Served as liaison between IDT and physician and IDT and facility’s Behavior Management and Human Rights Committees. Served on facility’s Research, Publication, and Training; Publicity; Publications; and Behavior Management Committees and on various ad hoc policy‑making committees. Assistant to the Editor, Voice of the Valley (facility newsletter).

Protective Services Field Worker. November, 1979 to October, 1980. Tennessee Department of Human Services, Davidson County, 718 Murfreesboro Road, Nashville, TN 37217.

Supervisor: Mrs. Terry Hewitt, Field Supervisor I

Duties: Received and investigated complaints of abuse, neglect, and exploitation of children. Determined threat of harm and evaluated eligibility and need for services. Arranged for and monitored provision of services, both purchased and direct. Provided direct services (e.g. counseling). Arranged for placement of children in suitable living arrangement outside the home when their safety was threatened by continued stay at home. Petitioned court for removal of children from home when no less drastic alternative was available. Appeared and testified in court, making recommendations which were in the best interests of children. Maintained current case records, including social histories, reports to the court, and periodic social assessments.

House Manager. August, 1977 to January, 1980. Home 2, Inc., 1514 Demonbreun, Nashville, TN 37217.

Supervisor: Ron Walker, Director of Social Services

Duties: Supervised and directed 6‑11 adults and adolescents with dual diagnosis in all phases of their lives. Supervised relief house managers and para‑professional trainers. Designed and implemented behavioral programs, attended interdisciplinary staffings and meetings as member of team, coordinated contact with families and community organizations. Lived‑in, assuming responsibility for all phases of managing a group home, including transportation, housekeeping, cooking, laundry, training of residents, record‑keeping, and budgeting and preparation of requisite reports.

 

OTHER POSITIONS

Founder and Executive Director. October, 1990 to April, 1998. American Educational Gender Information Service (AEGIS), P.O. Box 33724, Decatur, GA 30033-0724.

Supervisors: Board of Directors

Duties: Served as consumer advocate, providing information, educational materials, and confidential referrals to gender minorities. Consulted with local and national news media as required. Formed and facilitated transgender support group. Maintained and increased contact with similar organizations throughout the world, engaging in cooperative projects. Public speaking at conferences and professional meetings across U.S. Conducted workshops to train psychological and medical professionals to work with individuals with gender identity issues. Conducted research. Wrote and placed articles in local and national magazines and newspapers, professional journals, and textbooks. Served as editor-in-chief and publisher of internationally distributed the journal Chrysalis and AEGIS News, The Transgender Treatment Bulletin and other newsletters; served as author and publisher of various educational pamphlets and booklets. Issued medical advisories and press releases. Administrative duties included incorporating the agency and forming a Board of Advisors. Major projects designed and implemented included the launch of three annual national conferences; the gathering of bibliographic material, which was published in 1994; the founding of the National Transgender Library & Archive; the formation of a publishing house (Sullivan Press); design and implementation of an automated telephone help line and an internet news distribution service; and building an international registry of service providers.

Founder. June, 1991. Atlanta Gender Explorations Support Group, Box 98330, Atlanta, GA 30359, 404-250-8221. Steering Committee, 1991-2000. Vice President, January-June, 1999.

Facilitator. June, 1991 to March, 1993.Atlanta Gender Explorations Support Group.

Supervisors: Executive Committee

Duties: Helped Executive Committee members organize the group, solicit members, devise outreach and operational procedures and by-laws, and develop a referral list. Worked with Executive Committee to plan support group meetings. Facilitated meetings, making new members feel comfortable and helping all members to explore their issues. Provided direction to meetings, keeping them on track and on productive topics. Provided needed referrals to group members.

Relief House Manager. September, 1981 to April, 1982 and January to September, 1981. Com‑Care, Inc., 905 1/2 Tusculum Blvd., Greeneville, TN 37743.

Supervisors: John Johnson, Ph.D., Betty Baldwin

Duties: As needed on relief basis, served as house manager for children and adults with mental retardation, autism, and other disabilities. Served as part of Interdisciplinary Team, developing and implementing treatment plans for autistic children.

Computer Lab Technician. January to August, 1986. Learning Technology Center, Peabody College of Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN 37203.

Supervisor: Robert Sherwood, Ed.D., Director

Duties: Supervised microcomputer lab and serviced IBM‑PC, IBM‑XT, IBM‑AT, and IBM compatible computers. Provided trouble‑shooting for software and hardware problems of students and faculty.

Departmental Assistant. January, 1984 to December, 1985. Department of Special Education, George Peabody College of Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN 37203.

Supervisor: Floyd Dennis, JD.S., Professor of Special Education.

Duties: Assisted with teaching duties, supervised administration of educational assessment devices by Masters level students, monitored SpecialNet computer bulletin board system.

Computer Programmer. October to December, 1984. Contracted with Duplex Software, Franklin, TN, to translate COMPU‑BEAM, a BASIC program which analyzes stresses on beams, from Apple II+ computer to Commodore 64. The conversion was successfully completed and was placed on the market.

Computer Programmer. June to August, 1983. Instructional Media Production Project for Severely Handicapped Students, George Peabody College for Teachers, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN 37203.

Supervisor: Floyd Dennis, JD.S., Project Director.

Duties: Served as part of team which developed “SAY AS I DO”, a series of special education programs for the APPLE II+ computer.

Research Assistant. September, 1974 to June, 1977. Department of Psychology, University of Tennessee.

Supervisor: Gordon Burghardt, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology.

Duties: Monitored performance of patients in biofeedback study of epilepsy, conducted operant conditioning research, maintained reptile laboratory, maintained insect laboratory, assisted with research of all types, presented research at conferences and published in peer-review journals.

 

PROFESSIONAL INFORMATION AND AFFILIATIONS

License to practice psychology in Tennessee (Psychological Examiner #797). Competency areas are General/Experimental and Biological/Physiological. Licensure from 1980 to 1999. License was retired in 1999 because I moved out of state, is subject to reactivation if I should move back to Tennessee.

Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMRP), 1984-present

 

CURRENT AFFILIATIONS

Founding Board Member, Transgender Health & Education Alliance, September 2014-present

Founding Board Member and Secretary, Gender Education and Advocacy, Inc. 1999-present

Board Member, Real Life Experiences, 2012-present

 

PAST AFFILIATIONS

Director of Programs, Fantasia Fair, October 2013-October 2015

Editor, Insight, Newsletter of the Montgomery Medical and Psychological Institute, Decatur, GA, 1989

Executive Director, Montgomery Medical and Psychological Institute, Decatur, GA, 1989-1990

Founder and Executive Director, American Educational Gender Information Service, Inc. (AEGIS), 1990-1998

Editor-in-Chief, Chrysalis Quarterly, 1990-1998.

Editor-in-Chief, Transgender Tapestry Journal, 1999-2006

Fantasia Fair Planning Committee, 1992-present (Director, 2001- 2007)

Founding Board Member and Chair, Real Life Experiences, 2001-2007, board member 2012-

Board Member, Outreach Institute of Gender Studies, 1992-1997, 2000-2002

Board Member, Atlanta Pride, ca 1994-1996

Advisor to Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association for Version 5 of the Standards of Care, 1997-1998

Senior Advisor to Atlanta Mayor Bill Campbell on Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues, 1996-1998

Vice-President, GenderPAC, 1996-1999

Acquisitions Editor, Empathy magazine, 1993-1994

Vice-President, Gender Dysphoria Trust International, 1993-1996

Member, Tennessee Association for Behavior Analysis (TABA), 1987-1989

Member, Board of Directors, Middle Tennessee Association for the Severely Handicapped (MTASH), 1982-1984

Member, International Society for Human Ethology (ISHE), 1977-1979

Member, Association for Behavior Analysis (ABA), 1987-1989

Member, Publications Committee, International Foundation for Gender Education, 1991-1993

Secretary, Atlanta Pride, 1994-1995

Member, Society for the Scientific Study of Sex (SSSS), 1996-1997

Member, American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT), 1996

Editor and Secretary, Nashville Commodore Users Group, 1983-1989

Secretary, Commodore Users Southeast, ca 1983-1984

Secretary/Treasurer, Commodore Users Group of Atlanta, 1990-1992


RESEARCH INTERESTS: Use of Applied Behavior Analysis and other techniques to solve practical problems for persons with gender identity issues (especially transsexualism) and developmental disabilities (especially severe and profound mental retardation). Microcomputer applications with individuals with developmental disabilities. Microcomputers for collection and analysis of behavioral data. Ethological approaches to human behavior, especially the behavior of persons with developmental disabilities and the study of behavioral gender differences. Stereotyped and self‑injurious behavior. Ability of persons with developmental disabilities to produce and recognize nonverbal behavior.

I’m interested in the preservation of transgender historical materials; in the history of gender-variant people in the United States and Canada; and particularly in the history of the university gender identity clinics that operated in the United States between the mid 1960s and late 1970s. I’m interested in the rise and decline of the medical model and the wellness-based transgender model that has largely replaced it. I have an abiding interest in media depictions of transgendered and transsexual people and in the media transgendered people are themselves producing.

 

OTHER

Good driving record. Operate all types of vehicles. Type 85 wpm. Word processing. Database management. Accomplished BASIC language programmer, dabble in other languages. Familiar with PC and Macintosh platforms and a wide variety of productivity software. Accomplished with page layout and design with Quark XPress. Have designed and laid out magazines, newsletters, flyers, pamphlets, and books. Accomplished editor. Utilize scientific and office equipment. Writing skills: APA‑style papers, reports, grant proposals. Fiction, non‑fiction. Have had a number of short stories, books, and many articles published. I am an accomplished author, and can write to specification. A little French. Descriptive and inferential statistics. 35 mm, digital, and video photography.

 

PERSONAL

Good health. High energy. Friendly, personable, witty. Good interpersonal skills. Enjoy popular culture, travel, cooking, consumer electronics, photography, literature, dining, music, movies and plays, reading, writing, computers, bicycling, canoeing, camping, walking, hiking and backpacking, open two‑seater sports cars and motorcycles. Play acoustic guitar and sing. Songwriter, novelist. Remodeled my own house.

 

PUBLICATIONS, PRESENTATIONS, AND HONORS

THESIS

Denny, D. (1979). The role of movement in orientation to and selection of prey in the garter snake, Thamnophis sirtalis. University of Tennessee.

 

BOOKS

Denny, D. (Ed.). (1998). Current concepts in transgender identity. New York: Garland Publishers.

Denny, D. (1994). Gender dysphoria: A guide to research. New York: Garland Publishers.

Denny, D. (1994). Identity management in transsexualism: Volume I: Managing identity on paper. King of Prussia, PA: Creative Design Services.

 

BOOKLETS

(Needless) health risks of transsexualism. (1992). Decatur, GA: American Educational Gender Information Service, Inc. Reprinted without attribution in TV Connection, V. 5, No. 1, 1995, p. 13.

Walker, Paul, et al. (1990, January). The Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association’s Standards of Care. Decatur, GA: American Educational Gender Information Service, Inc.

 The AEGIS catalog of publications. (1994). Decatur, GA: American Educational Gender Information Service, Inc.

Transsexualism: Sex and gender dilemma. (1991). Decatur, GA: American Educational Gender Information Service, Inc.

Pride special. (1994). Decatur, GA: American Educational Gender Information Service, Inc.

A guide to the Standards of Care of the Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association, Inc. (1990). Decatur, GA: American Educational Gender Information Service, Inc.

Denny, D., & Roberts, J. (1997). Standards of Care: Survey results. Offprint #1001. Atlanta, GA: American Educational Gender Information Service, Inc.

Transgendered youth at risk for exploitation, HIV, hate crimes. (2003). In Burnaby-New Westminster task Force on the Sexual Exploitation of Children and Youth, Working with sexually exploited youth and youth at risk of sexual exploitation: A handbook, 3-34-36. Burnaby, BC. This paper has been widely reprinted on the internet.

Denny, D. (1992). Bibliography of HIV & AIDS in transgendered persons. (1992). American Educational Gender Information Service, Inc., P.O. Box 33724, Decatur, GA 30033.

Denny, D. (1992). An annotated bibliography of gender dysphoria. (1992). American Educational Gender Information Service, Inc., P.O. Box 33724, Decatur, GA 30033.

Denny, D. (1991). Discovering who you are: A guide to self-assessment for persons with gender dysphoria. American Educational Gender Information Service, Inc., P.O. Box 33724, Decatur, GA 30033.

Denny, D. (1991). Dealing with your feelings: A guide to coming out for persons with gender dysphoria. American Educational Gender Information Service, Inc., P.O. Box 33724, Decatur, GA 30033.

Denny, D. (1990). Deciding what to do about your gender dysphoria: Some considerations for those who are thinking about gender reassignment. American Educational Gender Information Service, Inc., P.O. Box 33724, Decatur, GA 30033.

 

PUBLISHER

Beemer, B.R. (ca 1997). Gender dysphoria update. AEGIS Offprint #1006. Atlanta, GA: American Educational Gender Information Service, Inc.

Transgender: What is it? Pride special. Atlanta, GA: American Educational Gender Information Service, Inc.

Transsexualism: Information for the family. (1993). Fourth Printing. (Former Erickson Educational Foundation Booklet).

Transsexualism: Religious Aspects. (1993). Fourth Printing. (Former Erickson Educational Foundation Booklet).

Vanessa S. (1996). Cross-Purposes: On being Christian and transgendered. Atlanta, GA: Sullivan Press Monograph Series.

 

BOOK CHAPTERS

 

Denny, D. (in press). Aging like a badass. In Ardel Haefele-Thomas (Ed.), Introduction to transgender studies. Harrington Park Press.

Denny, D., & Green, Jamison (in press). Portrayals of transgender persons in the media. In Ardel Haefele-Thomas (Ed.), Introduction to transgender studies. Harrington Park Press.

Denny, D. (in press). Article: male-to-female trans person. In Whelehan, Patricia, & Bolin, Anne (Eds.). Encyclopedia of human sexuality. Wiley-Blackwell.

Denny, D. (in press). Article: Christine Jorgensen. In Whelehan, Patricia, & Bolin, Anne (Eds.). Encyclopedia of human sexuality. Wiley-Blackwell.

Denny, D., & Green, J. (2014). Media highlights. In L. Erickson-Schroth (Ed.), Trans bodies, trans selves: A resource guide for the transgender community. Oxford University Press.

Denny, D., Green, J., & Cole, S. (2007). Gender variability: Transsexuals, crossdressers, and others. In M. Tepper & A. Fuglsang (Eds.), Sexual health, Vol. IV, State-of-the-art treatment and research, 153-187. Greenwood, CT: Greeenwood Publishers.

Denny, D., & Pittman, C. (2007). Gender identity: From dualism to diversity. In M. Tepper & A. Fuglsang (Eds.), Sexual health, Vol. 1, Psychological foundations, 205-229. Greenwood, CT: Greeenwood Publishers.

Denny, D. (2006). Down and coming out at the Ross Fireproof Hotel: An essay on class in the transgender community. In G. Teague (Ed.), The new goddess: Transgender women in the twenty-first century, 106-117.

Denny, D. (2006). My transsexual autobiography. In V. Bullough & A.K. Demaio (Eds.), Crossing sexual boundaries: Transgender journeys, uncharted paths, 118-128. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Press.

Denny, D. (2006). Transgender communities of the late twentieth century.In P. Currah, R.M. Juang, & S.A. Minter, Eds., Transgender rights: History, politics, and law, 171-191. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Denny, D. (2007). Transgender identities and bisexual expression: Implications for counselors. In B. Firestein (Ed.), Becoming visible: Counseling bisexuals across the lifespan, pp. 268-284. New York: Columbia University Press.

Denny, D. (2004). Changing models of transsexualism. In U. Leli & J. Drescher, (Eds.), Transgender subjectivities: A clinician’s guide, pp. 25-40. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Medical Press. Also in Journal of Gay & Lesbian Psychotherapy, 8(1-2), 2004, 25-40.

Cole, S.S., Denny, D., Eyler, A.E., & Samons, S. (2000). Diversity in gender identity: Issues of transgender. In L. Szuchman & F. Muscarella (Eds.), The psychological science of sexuality, 149-195. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Denny, D. (1998). Black telephones, white refrigerators: Rethinking Christine Jorgensen.In D. Denny (Ed.), Current concepts in transgender identity, 35-44. New York: Garland Publishing.

Denny, D., & Mishael, A. (1998). Electrolysis in transsexual women: A retrospective look at frequency in four cases. In D. Denny (Ed.), Current concepts in transgender identity, pp. 335-351. New York: Garland Publishing.

Denny, D. (1997). Coming of age in the land of two genders. In B. Bullough, V. Bullough, M.A. Fithian, W.E. Hartman, & R.S. Klein (Eds.), How I got into sex. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Press.

Denny, D. (1997). Transgender: Some historical, cross-cultural, and modern-day models and methods of coping & treatment. In B. Bullough, V. Bullough, & J. Elias (Eds.). Gender blending, 33-47. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books.

Denny, D., & Roberts, J. (1997). Results of a questionnaire on the Standards of care of the Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association. In B. Bullough, V. Bullough, & J. Elias (Eds.). Gender blending. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books, 320-336.

Denny, D., & Green, J. (1996). Gender identity and bisexuality. In B. Firestein (Ed.), Bisexuality: The psychology and politics of an invisible minority, 84-102. Beverly Hills: Sage Publications.

Denny, D. (1996). Why is your partner this way? In Vanessa & Linda Kaye, Life with Vanessa, 49-51. Vanessa & Linda Kaye, Oklahoma City.

Denny, D. (1996). The gender revolution. In Trans-Scriptions: A collection of stories, poems, and artwork by, for, & about the transgendered community, so that you may know us, Denver, CO: Gender Identity Center of Colorado, Inc.. Originally appeared in liner notes for The Opposite Sex is Neither, a play by Kate Bornstein, performed by Kate Bornstein at the 14th Street Playhouse, Atlanta, GA, 18 March, 1995.

Denny, D. (1994). You’re strange and we’re wonderful: The relationship between the gay/lesbian and transgender communities. In J. Sears (Ed.), Bound by Diversity, pp. 47-53. Columbia, SC: Sebastian Press. (This was also V. 4, Nos. 1 and 2 of the journal Empathy: An Interdisciplinary Journal for Persons Working to End Oppression on the Basis of Sexual Identities). Reprinted in TransSisters: The Journal of Transsexual Feminism, Autumn 1994, 6, 30-34.

Denny, D. Working with transgendered and transsexual college and university students. In G. Israel (Ed.). Transgender Advances. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press. The chapter was completed and submitted, but the book was never published because of the death of the first author.

 

ARTICLES IN PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS

Cole, S., Denny, D., & Hendrix, P. (2004). Appendix III, Transgenderism and transgender rights. Report of the Task Force on the Campus Climate for Transgender, Bisexual, Lesbian and Gay (TBLG) Faculty, Staff, and Students. University of Michigan.

Denny, D. (2004). Changing models of transsexualism. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Psychotherapy, 8(1-2), 2004, pp. 25-40. Also in In U. Leli & J. Drescher, (Eds.), Transgender subjectivities: A clinician’s guide, pp. 25-40. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Medical Press.

Denny, D. (2002). The impact of emerging technologies on an existing transgender organization: A case study. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services.

Denny, D. (2002). A selective bibliography of transsexualism. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Psychotherapy, 6(2), 35-66.

Denniston, C.D., & Denny, D. (2001, Summer). A brief overview of transgender identity: Historical and mental health perspective. Psychology & Aids Exchange (American Psychological Association), 1(30), 1, 5, 8, 16.

Denny, D. (2000, February). Rachel and me: A commentary on Susanne Kessler & Wendy McKenna’s Gender: An Ethnomethodological Approach. Feminism & Psychology, 10(1), 62-65.

Denny, D. (1999, October-November). Transgender in the United States: A brief discussion. SIECUS Report, 28(1), 8-13.

Denny, D., & Mischael, A. (1997). Electrolysis in transsexual women. Journal of Electrology, 12(2), 2-16.

Denny, D. (1992). The girl-with-no-name. Empathy: An Interdisciplinary Journal for Persons Working to End Oppression on the Basis of Sexual Identities, 3(2), 20-22. It also appeared in The News (Atlanta, GA), 8(6), Cover, 8-9, 18-20, with the title So You Think Being Gay was Difficult? Growing Up Transgendered in the South and in 1994 in LadyLike No. 20, pp. 18-20, 33-34.

Denny, D., & Fox, J. (1989). Collecting and analyzing continuous behavioral data with the TRS‑80 Model 102 portable computer. Journal of Special Education Technology, 9(4), 183‑189.

Burghardt, G. M., & Denny, D. (1983). Effects of continuous prey movement and prey odor on feeding in garter snakes. Zeitschrift für Tierpsychologie (Journal of Comparative Ethology), 62, 329‑347.

Denny, D., Denny, L. J., & Rust, J. O. (1982). Preschool children’s performance on two measures of emotional expressiveness compared to teacher rating. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 140, 149‑150.

Denny, D., Burghardt, G.M., & Saunders, R.P. (1977). Effect of tongue removal on the feeding of an adult garter snake, Thamnophis sirtalis. Herpetological Review, 8(3), Supp. 5.

 

INVITED KEYNOTES AND PLENARY PRESENTATIONS

(2016, 28 May). Some words for transgender and gender questioning teens and children.  Invited Keynote, Second THEA+ Families Symposium, Atlanta, GA, 27-28 May, 2016).

(2015, 25 April). Dismantling the gender binary. Invited Keynote, Transgender Lives Conference, Farmington, CT, 25 April, 2015.

(2014, 23 March). Preserving Trans* History: A Short History and Suggestions for the Future. Invited Keynote, Moving Trans* History Forward Symposium, Victoria, BC, 21-23 March, 2014.

(2013, 13 November). Not screwed up enough: Managing trans identity then and now. Invited keynote at Trans Awareness Week, University of Missouri at Columbia.

(2012, 14 April). Transgender history in a nutshell. Invited paper at The Empire Conference, Albany, NY.

Cicotello, Dainna, & Denny, Dallas. (2011, 20 October)Where we’ve been: where we’re going. Invited keynote at Fantasia Fair, 16-23 October, 2011, Provincetown, MA.

(2010, 22 May). Transgender education across the decades. Invited keynote, TransEvent 2010: The Albany Conference, Albany, NY.

(2010, 19 October). It all started here!: The mother of all transgender events. Invited keynote presentation at Fantasia Fair, Provincetown, MA.

(2009, October). First contact: Transgender community educational efforts in the late Twentieth century. Invited keynote at Fantasia Fair, Provincetown MA, October 2009.

(2009, October). Transgender Pioneer Award acceptance speech. Fantasia Fair, Provincetown, MA, October 2009.

(1999, 24 September). Beyond our slave names. Invited keynote address, Southern Comfort Conference, Atlanta, GA, 22-25 September, 1999.

(1999, 15 May). Our message for the world. Invited keynote address, Kappa Beta’s Magnolia Ball, Charlotte, NC, 15 May, 1999.

(1999, 8 May). Transgender: The issues. Invited presentation at Outgiving 1999, Aspen, CO, 7-9 May, 1999.

(1998, 29 August). Invited Speaker, Transgender Book Club and Discussion Group, Common Language Bookstore, Ann Arbor, MI.

(1998, 12 December). Invited Keynote Speaker, Tennessee Vals Christmas Banquet 1998, Nashville, TN.

(1998, 5 November). Invited Speaker, The Third New England Transgender Health Conference: An Integrated Approach to Transgender Health Care, Boston, MA.

(1997, 10-13 September). Endocrine issues: Consumer-driven perspective. Paper presented at the XV Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association Symposium: The State of Our Art and the State of Our Science, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 10-13 September, 1997.

(1997, November). Invited Speaker, Transgender Education Association Christmas Banquet 1997, Washington, DC.

(1996, June). Invited Speaker, Transgender Health Symposium, National Gay and Lesbian Health Association National Conference, Minneapolis, MN.

Denny, D., & Swenson, E. (1996, 16-17 November). Reaching the transgender community (alternate title: The transgendered in LGBT). Invited presentation at GLAD (MCC Regional Meeting), Charlotte, NC.

Guest Lecturer on Gender Identity Issues to nursing class of Sally Lehr, Emory University, Atlanta, GA, Spring, Summer and Fall semesters, 1994 to 2015.

 

WORKSHOPS AND PRESENTATIONS

 

Denny, Dallas. (2017, 29 April).  Ding dong! The medical model is dead. Transgender Lives Conference, Farmington, CT, 3 April, 2017.

Denny, Dallas. (2016, 5 November). Gender reassignment surgery in the XXth century. Presented at 2nd Annual Peach State Conference, Atlanta, GA, 3-6 November, 2016.

Denny, Dallas. (2016, 21 October). Gender transgression in the Victorian and Edwardian eras. Workshop presented at Fantasia Fair, Provincetown, MA, 16-23 October, 2016.

Denny, Dallas. (2016, 30 April). Who’s on first? Why we need plural gender-neutral pronouns. Workshop presented at Transgender Lives Conference, Farmington, CT, 30 April, 2016.

Denny, Dallas. (2016, 18-19 March). Andrea Susan, Casa Susanna photographer. Continuous video presentation, Moving Trans History Forward 2016, Victoria, British Columbia.

Denny, Dallas. (2016, 18 March). Andrea Susan, Casa Susanna photographer. Workshop presented at Moving Trans History Forward 2016, Victoria, British Columbia.

Denny, Dallas. (2016, 19 March). Artists discuss creative process. Panel at Moving Trans History Forward 2016, Victoria, British Columbia.

Denny, Dallas. (2015, 31 October). Creating community: A history of early trans support in Atlanta. Workshop presented at Initial Peach State Conference, 30-31 October, Atlanta, GA.

Denny, Dallas. (2015, 25 April and 2016, 3 November). Gender reassignment surgeries in the XXth Century. Workshop presented at Transgender Lives Conference, 25 April, 2015, Farmington, CT and Peach State Conference, 3-6 November, 2016, Atlanta, GA.

Denny, Dallas. (2014, 20 October). Post-transition relationships: A panel discussion. Workshop presented at Fantasia Fair, 19-26 October, 2014, Provincetown, MA.

Denny, Dallas. (2014, 22 October). Transsexual autobiographies: All we were allowed to write. Workshop presented at Fantasia Fair, 19-26 October, 2014, Provincetown, MA.

Denny, Dallas. (2014, 24 October). Author’s roundtable. Workshop presented at Fantasia Fair, 19-26 October, 2014, Provincetown, MA.

Susan, Andrea, and Denny, Dallas. (2014, 24 October). In the beginning: How my photos of 1950s crossdressers inspired a hit show on Broadway. Workshop presented at Fantasia Fair, 19-26 October, 2014, Provincetown, MA.

Denny, Dallas. (2014, 4 September). Injectable silicone: Dangerous curves ahead. Paper presented at Southern Comfort Conference, 3-7 September, 2014, Atlanta, GA.

Denny, Dallas. (2014, 26 April). Dangerous curves: Injectable silicone can lead to disfigurement and death. Workshop presented at Trans Lives Conference, Farmington, CT.

Denny, Dallas. (2013, 5 September).  The campaigns against transsexuals: The conspiracy at Johns Hopkins University. Paper presented at Southern Comfort Conference, 4-8 September, 2013, Atlanta, GA.

Denny, Dallas. (2013, 23 October). Preserving transgender history. Workshop at Fantasia Fair, 20-27 October, 2013, Provincetown, MA.

Denny, Dallas. (2013, 26 October). Lost in the pink fog. Workshop at Fantasia Fair, 20-27 October, 2013, Provincetown, MA.

Denny, Dallas. (2012, 20 September). How we got here and where we’re going: A history and speculations about our future. Southern Comfort Conference, Atlanta, GA, 18-22 September, 2012.

Denny, Dallas. (2012, 14 April). Negotiating the paper trail: Managing your identity on documents. The Empire Conference, Albany, NY.

Denny, Dallas. (2011, 21 October). One hundred years in the spotlight: Depictions of transgendered people in the media and how everything is changing. Paper presented at Fantasia Fair, Provincetown, MA, October, 2011.

Green, J., Denny, D., & Cromwell, J. (2011, 26 September). Evolution in the language of gender variance: 2001-2011. Paper at Transgender Beyond Disorder: Identity, Community, and Health; the bi-annual symposium of the World Professional Association for Transgender Health, Atlanta, GA.

Denny, D., & Verdui, H.K. (2011, 23 September). Virtually virtual: Gender performance in three-dimensional online worlds. Paper presented at Southern Comfort Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Denny D., & Verdui, H.K. (2011, 7 May). Virtually virtual: Gender in online worlds. TransEvent 2011: The Albany Conference, Albany, NY.

Bolin, A., Denny, D., & Seven, M. (2007). Trans-modified: Society and bodies. Panel presentation at Southern Comfort Conference, 13-16 September, 2007, Atlanta, GA.

Denny, D., & Verdui, H. (2007, October). Your virtual life is waiting: Transgressing gender in virtual worlds. Presentation at Fantasia Fair, Provincetown, MA, 14-21 October, 2007.

Denny, D. (2006, 22 September). Identity management for transsexuals and others. Southern Comfort Conference 2006, Atlanta, GA, 19-24 September.

Richmond, M., Andrews, C., Boswell, H., Denny, D., & Nicole, R. (2006, 7 April). Organizing and sustaining a TG support group. Panel presentation at Transgender 2006, 20th Annual Conference of the International Foundation for Gender Education, Philadelphia, PA, 4-9 April, 2006.

Leclair, D., Denny, D., & Nangeroni, N. (2006, 8 April). Effective use of the media. Panel presentation at Transgender 2006, 20th Annual Conference of the International Foundation for Gender Education, Philadelphia, PA, 4-9 April, 2006.

Denny, D. (2005, September 3). Overview of HBIGDA Standards. Presented at First Annual Southeastern Transgender Wellness Conference, Atlanta, GA, September 3-4, 2005.

Denny, D. (2005, 31 August-5 September). Health & Wellness: Overview of HBIGDA Standards. Atlanta Black Gay Pride.

Denny, D. (2005, 31 August-5 September). Transgender history: A focus on activism. Atlanta Black Gay Pride.

Coghill, B., Evans, C.C., Denny, D., Green, M., Minor, J., Roberts, J., & Xavier, J. (2005). Transgender Health and Wellness Panel, First Annual Southeastern Transgender Wellness Conference, Atlanta, GA, September 3-4, 2005.

Denny, D. (2005). Transgender history: A focus on activism. Presented at First Annual Southeastern Transgender Wellness Conference, Atlanta, GA, September 3-4, 2005.

Denny, D. (2005, 29 April). You make me sick: A critique of the medical literature. The 19th Annual Conference of the International Foundation for Gender Education, Austin, TX, 26-30 April, 2005.

Denny, D. (2005). Managing your identity on paper. Presented at Southern Comfort 2005, Atlanta, GA, 22 September.

Denny, D. (2005). Harry Benjamin Standards of Care. Presented at Southern Comfort 2005, Atlanta, GA, 22 September.

Denny, D. (2004). Name and document change. Presented at Southern Comfort 2004, Atlanta, GA, 20 September.

Denny, D. (2004). You make me sick!: A critique of the psychological and medical literature of transsexualism. Paper presented as part of the Trans-Progressing Symposium, Fantasia Fair, 17-24 October, 2004, Provincetown, MA.

Denny, D. (2003). The transgendered connection: A community’s thriving grassroots press. Panel presentation, 2003 National Convention of the National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association, Los Angeles, 11-14 September, 2003, Philadelphia, PA.

Denny, D. (2003). The name game. Presented at Transgender 2003: The 17th Annual Conference of the International Foundation for Gender Education, Philadelphia, PA, March 19-22, 2003.

Matesic, H., & Denny, D. (2002). Name change & other documents. Presented at Southern Comfort 2002, Atlanta, GA, 20 September, 2002.

Denny, D., & Green, J. (2002). Respectful language. Presented at Southern Comfort 2002, Atlanta, GA, 20 September, 2002.

Denny, D., & Green, J. (2002). Respectful language. Presented at Fantasia Fair 2002, Provincetown, MA, 20-27 October, 2002.

Erhardt, V., & Denny, D. (2002). Standards of Care: Friend or foe? Presented at Southern Comfort 2002, Atlanta, GA, 20 September, 2002.

Denny, D. (2002). (All aboard) the gender train. Workshop at Fantasia Fair #28, 20-27 October, 2002, Provincetown, MA.

 Denny, D., & Gilbert, M.A.  (2002). Lost in the pink fog. Workshop at Fantasia Fair #28, 20-27 October, 2002, Provincetown, MA.

Denny, D. (2002, 5 April). It’s all right to be transsexual. Presentation at Transgender 2002, 16th Annual Convention of the International Foundation for Gender Education, 3-6 April, 2002, Nashville, TN.

Cromwell, J., Green, J., & Denny, D. (2001). The language of gender variance. Paper presented at the XXIV Harry Benjamin International Symposium on Gender Gender Dysphoria, Galveston, TX, 31 October – 3 November, 2001.

Denny, D., & Green, J. (2001). Respectful language. Focus group at Southern Comfort Conference, Atlanta, GA, 18-23 September, 2001.

Denny, D. (2001). Standards of Care: Friend or foe? Workshop at Southern Comfort Conference, Atlanta, GA, 18-23 September, 2001.

Denny, D., & Green, J. (2001. October). Respectful language. Focus group at Fantasia Fair 2001, Provincetown, MA, 14-21 October, 2001.

Denny, D. (2001, 19 October). The politics of transgenderism. Luncheon presentation, Fantasia Fair 2001, Provincetown, MA, 14-21 October, 2001.

Denny, D. (2001, April). It’s all right to be transsexual. Presentation at IFGE 2001, Philadelphia.

Denny, D., et al. (2001, March 22). Meet the staff of Transgender Tapestry. Presentation at IFGE 2001, Philadelphia, 22-25 March, 2001.

Denny, D., & Laing, A. (2000, October 18). The gender alphabet: Introduction to transgender organizations. Luncheon presentation, Fantasia Fair 2000, Provincetown, MA, October 15-22, 2000.

Ashe, P., Cole, S., Denny, D., Green, J., Smith, G., & Xavier, J. (2001, 24 March). How to do effective gender education. Workshop presented at Transgender 2001, 15th Annual Convention, International Foundation for Gender Education, Chicago, IL, 22-25 March, 2001.

Cole, S., Denny, D., Green, J., & Xavier, J. (2000, November). Gender education for the new millennium. Workshop presented at Creating Change 2000, Atlanta, GA.

Cole, S., Denny, D., Green, J., Smith, G., & Xavier, J. (2000, September). Gender education for the new millennium. Workshop presented at Southern Comfort 2000, Atlanta, GA, 28 September – 1 October, 2000.

Denny, D. (2000, 12 May). Transgender history. Workshop presented at Sexuality and the Millennium: Integrating tradition, technique and technology. American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists 23rd Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA, 10-14 May, 2000.

Cole, S., & Denny, D. (2000, 14 May). Preparing for transition at employment and transgender resources and organizations. Workshop presented at Sexuality and the Millennium: Integrating tradition, technique and technology. American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists 23rd Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA, 10-14 May, 2000.

Denny, D. (2000, October 19). The politics of transgenderism. Luncheon presentation, Fantasia Fair 2000, Provincetown, MA, October 15-22, 2000.

Cole, S., Denny, D., Ellaborn, D., Lawrence, A, & Rubin, B. (1999). Counseling transgender youth at the close of the century (Workshop for counseling professionals). Southern Comfort Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Denny, D. (1999, 18 October). Trolley tour of P-Town with Dallas Denny. Fantasia Fair, Provincetown, MA, 17-24 October, 1999, Provincetown, MA.

Denny, D., & Curry, B. (1999, 19 October). Gender Jeopardy! with Dalex Trebec. Fantasia Fair, Provincetown, MA, 17-24 October, 1999, Provincetown, MA.

Denny, D. (1999, 19 October). Decision point! Workshop at Fantasia Fair, Provincetown, MA, 17-24 October, 1999, Provincetown, MA.

Denny, D. (1999, 21 October). Genderland hinterland. Workshop at Fantasia Fair, Provincetown, MA, 17-24 October, 1999, Provincetown, MA.

Denny, D. (1999, 22 September). The paper trail.  Southern Comfort Conference, 21-26 September, 1999, Atlanta, GA.

Denny, D. (1998, 5 November). Challenges facing comprehensive transgender health care. The Third New England Transgender Health Conference: An Integrated Approach to Transgender Health Care, Boston, MA, 5 November, 1998.

Denny, D. (1998). The evolving crossdresser and the evolution of crossdressing. Workshop at Fantasia Fair 1998, Provincetown, MA, October, 1998.

Denny, Dallas, Boyan, Jack, Cole, Sandra, & Swenson, Erin. (1998, 2-3 October). Counseling professionals’ workshop on gender identity issues. Two-day workshop held at the Southern Comfort Conference, 2-3 October, 1998, Atlanta, GA.

Denny, D., Gilbert, M., & Osborne, J. (1998). Transgender inclusion. Luncheon at Fantasia Fair 1998, Provincetown, MA, October, 1998.

Nangeroni, N., Denny, D., & Ashe, Penni. (1998, 5 November). New initiatives in transgender activism. The Third New England Transgender Health Conference: An Integrated Approach to Transgender Health Care, Boston, MA, 5 November, 1998.

Denny, D., Swenson, E., Boyan, B., Heckler, J., & Erhardt, V. (1998, 2-3 October). Professionals’ workshop on gender identity issues, Southern Comfort conference, Atlanta, GA.

Denny, D., Swenson, E., Boyan, B., Heckler, J., & Erhardt, V. (1997, October 3). Professionals’ workshop on gender identity issues, Southern Comfort conference, October 1-5, Atlanta, GA.

Swenson, Erin, Denny, Dallas, Ross, Mirha-Soleil, et al. (1997, October 2). How changing my sex made me a gender radical. Southern Comfort Conference, October 1-5, 1997, Atlanta, Georgia.

Swenson, Erin, Denny, Dallas, & Ross, Mirha-Soleil. (1997, October 2). Psychiataric diagnosis: A thorn in our flesh? Southern Comfort Conference, October 1-5, 1997, Atlanta, Georgia.

Denny, Dallas. (1997, October 2). Pros & cons of hormone therapy. Southern Comfort Conference, October 1-5, 1997, Atlanta, Georgia.

Denny, D. (1997). Needed: A new literature for a new century. Paper presented at the XV Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association 15th Symposium: The State of Our Art and the State of Our Science, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 10-13 September, 1997.

Green, J. & Denny, D. (1997). Gender identity and bisexuality. Paper presented at the XV Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association Symposium: The State of Our Art and the State of Our Science. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 10-13 September, 1997.

Denny, D. (1997). Can research be done in the support group setting? Outcome of five cases. Paper presented at the Second International Congress on Sex and Gender Issues, King of Prussia, PA, 19-22 June, 1997.

Denny, D. (1997). Are sex people the best people to work with gender people? Is there a need for gender specialists? Paper presented at 1997 Joint Meeting, the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality and the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, & Therapists. Washington, DC, 12-16 November, 1997. Dr. Sanda Cole read this paper for me.

Denny, D. (1997). Endocrine issues: Consumer-driven perspective. Paper presented at the XV Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association Symposium: The State of Our Art and the State of Our Science, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 10-13 September, 1997.

Denny, D., & Bolin, A. (1997). And now for something completely different: An outcome study with surprising results and important implications. Paper presented at the XV Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association Symposium: The State of Our Art and the State of Our Science, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 10-13 September, 1997.

Denny, D. (1997). Back to the future: Gender in the 21st Century, part 2. Luncheon speech at Fantasia Fair 1997, Provincetown, MA, October, 1997.

Kane, A., Roberts, J., Green, J., Denny, D., Laing, A., Frye, Phyllis, & Fairfax, J. (1996). The transgender alliance: A panel presentation. Presented at XXXVIII Annual Conference, American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists, St. Louis, MO, June – 12-16, 1996.

Denny, D. (1996, 25 October). Beyond man and woman, beyond crossdresser and transsexual: How gender will be constructed in the 21st century. Presentation at Fantasia Fair 1996, Provincetown, MA, October, 1996.

Denny, D. (1996, 23 October). Hormones will change your life! Things you need to know before you pop that first pill in your mouth. Workshop at Fantasia Fair 1996, Provincetown, MA, 20-27 October, 1996.

Denny, D., & Laing, A. (1996, 24 October). The gender train: Where are you headed? Workshop at Fantasia Fair 1996, Provincetown, MA, 20-27 October, 1996.

Bockting, W., Denny, D., Hotimsky, A., & Rothblatt, M. (1996). Transgender Health Symposium. Panel presentation at National Gay and Lesbian Health Association National Conference, Minneapolis, MN, June, 1996.

Denny, D. (1996, 22 November). Transgender spirituality. Paper presented at Whole Life Expo, Atlanta, GA, 22-24 November, 1996.

Blumenstein, R., Warren, B., Denny, D., Capozuca, J., & Ginnelli, N. (1995). Defining gender: Goodbye poles, hello continuum. Panel presentation at The First Annual Transgender & Transexual Health Empowerment Conference, New York City, 21-22 April, 1995.

Malysiak, R., Bareto-Neto, T., & Denny, D. (1995). Shamans and healers: Gifts of transgender spirit for us and others. Panel presentation at The First Annual Transgender & Transexual Health Empowerment Conference, New York City, 21-22 April, 1995.

Pollack, R., Gianelli, N., Denny, D., & Downey, D. (1995). Creating change: Building community. Panel presentation at The First Annual Transgender & Transexual Health Empowerment Conference, New York City, 21-22 April, 1995.

Denny, D., & Wilchins, R. (1995). Bridging the gap with other gender and sexual minorities. Panel discussion at annual conference of the International Foundation for Gender Education, Atlanta, GA, 13-19 March, 1995.

Denny, D. (1995). Transgender: Some historical, cross-cultural, and modern-day models and methods of coping & treatment. Workshop presented at the International Congress on Gender, Cross Dressing, and Sex Issues, Van Nuys, CA, 24-26 February, 1995.

Denny, D. (1995). Transsexualism at 40. Luncheon talk at Fantasia Fair 1995, Provincetown, MA, October 1995.

Denny, D. (1995). Being transgendered: Blessing or curse? Workshop at Fantasia Fair 1995, Provincetown, MA, October 1995.

Denny, D. (1995). Going full time. Workshop at Fantasia Fair 1995, Provincetown, MA, October 1995.

Roberts, J., Cole, S., Richards, K., Denny, D., & Thomas, J. (1995). Confronting stereotypes about transgender issues. Panel discussion at the International Congress on Gender, Cross Dressing, and Sex Issues, Van Nuys, CA, 24-26 February, 1995.

Denny, D., & Roberts, J. (1995). Results of a survey of consumer attitudes about the HBIGDA Standards of Care. Paper presented at the International Congress on Gender, Cross Dressing, and Sex Issues, Van Nuys, CA, 24-26 February, 1995.

Denny, D. (1994). Gender: A historical perspective. Paper presented at A Splendor of Gender: Transsexuals, Transgenderists, and Crossdressers: Psychological & Medical Aspects of Diagnosis and Treatment, Tampa, FL, 18-19 November, 1994.

Denny, D. (1994). Current concepts of gender dysphoria: Crossdressing, transgenderism, and transsexualism. Paper presented at A Splendor of Gender: Transsexuals, Transgenderists, and Crossdressers: Psychological & Medical Aspects of Diagnosis and Treatment, Tampa, FL, 18-19 November, 1994.

Warren, B., & Denny, D. (1994). Transgenderism, transsexuality, and identity development. Paper presented at The Southeast Conference on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Transsexual Mental Health Issues. Tampa, FL, 17-18 November, 1994.

Denny, D. (1994). Behavioral treatment in gender dysphoria: A review of the literature and a call for reform. Paper presented at the 20th Anniversary Conference of the Association for Behavior Analysis, Atlanta, GA, 26-27 May, 1994.

Denny, D., & Schnabel, T. (1994). Emerging concepts in gender dysphoria: Moving away from the stereotypes. Workshop presented at the Eastern Regional Meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sex, Atlanta, GA, 7-10 April, 1994.

Denny, D., Stackhouse, B., Yorker, B., & West, J.P. (1994). Sexual rights. Panel presentation, Eastern Regional meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sex, Atlanta, GA, 7-10 April, 1994.

Denny, D., & Roberts, J. (1994). The HBIGDA Standards of Care for Hormonal and Surgical Treatment of Persons with Gender Dysphoria: Results of a survey of consumers. Paper presented at the Eastern Regional meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sex, Atlanta, GA, 7-10 April, 1994.

Denny, D. (1994). Transsexualism at 40. Presentation at Fantasia Fair 1994, Provincetown, MA, 16-23 October, 1994.

Denny, D. (1994). Transgender pride: Defining ourselves, asserting ourselves, loving ourselves. Luncheon presentation, Fantasia Fair 1992, Provincetown, MA, October 1992.

Denny, D. (1994). Transgender history. Presentation at the Texas “T” Party, San Antonio, Texas, February, 1994.

Miller, C., & Denny, D. (1993, 11 March). Counseling the transsexual client. Pre-convention workshop at American Counseling Association 1993 Annual Convention, Atlanta, GA, 14-17 March, 1993.

Denny, D. (1993). Transsexualism at forty: A retrospective and a look at the future. Presentation at Southern Comfort, September-October, 1993.

Denny, D. (1993). Transsexualism at forty. Fantasia Fair 1993, Provincetown, MA, October, 2003.

Denny, D. (1993). There are indeed new frontiers: Self-exploration and coming out. Fantasia Fair 1993, Provincetown, MA, October, 2003.

Denny, D. (1993). Gender boxes: Finding your level of comfort. Luncheon presentation, Fantasia Fair 1993, Provincetown, MA, October, 1993.

Denny, D. (1992). Everything you wanted to know about transsexualism but were afraid to ask (Moderator of panel discussion). Atlanta Gay/Lesbian Educational Network (ALGEN) Conference, 24-25 October.

Denny, D., & Schaefer, M. (1991). Panel discussion of transsexualism. Georgia Electrologist’s Association and Georgia Clinical Electrologists, 2 November.

Denny, D., McAmis, W., & Salyer, C. (1989). Using a microcomputer to collect behavioral data on an augmentative communication program. 2nd Annual Conference, Tennessee Association for Behavior Analysis, Kingsport, TN, October. (Received 3rd place in competition.)

Denny, D., & McAmis, W. (1988). Using a bar‑code reader to enter behavioral observations into a portable computer. 1st Annual Conference, Tennessee Association for Behavior Analysis, Blountville, TN, 27‑29 October. (Received honorable mention in competition).

Denny, D. (1987). Using a microcomputer to monitor use of adaptive switches. 33rd Annual Meeting of the Southeastern American Association on Mental Deficiency, Nashville, TN, 4‑6 November.

Denny, D. (1987). Collecting & analyzing data in a portable computer. Ethology Colloquium, University of Tennessee, 6 March.

Denny, D., & Fox, J. (1987). Collecting and analyzing sequential data with the TRS‑80 Model 100 and the Behavioral Observation Code Computerized (BOSCO). Twentieth Annual Gatlinburg Conference on Research and Theory in Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities, Gatlinburg, TN, 25‑28 March.

McAmis, W., Moore, J., & Denny, D. (1986). Utilization of adaptive devices to enhance the use of computers for communication and recreational purposes. 32nd Annual Meeting of the Southeastern American Association on Mental Deficiency, Charleston, SC, 12‑14 November.

Denny, D., Fox, J., & McEvoy, M. (1985). Using the TRS‑80 Model 100 portable computer as a data collection device. Association for Behavior Analysis National Meeting, Columbus, OH, 24‑27 May.

Hasselbring, T., Denny, D., Goin, L., Cavenaugh, K., Hamett, C., & Mack, K. (1984). Applications of computer technology to handicapped populations: a panel discussion. Tennessee Association for Educational Data Systems, Nashville,TN, 28 April.

Denny, D., Goin, L., & Hooper, E. (1984). The Flintstones, the Jetsons, and Indiana Jones: Some Current Technology-Oriented Projects. Tennessee Federation of the Council for Exceptional Children, 25th Annual Workshop-Conference, TN State University, Nashville, 1-3 November.

McAmis, W., Moore, J., & Denny, D. (ca 1984). The use of “Six Bits” computer program as a communication tool. Internal Publication, Greene Valley Developmental Center, Greeneville, TN.

Dennis, F.H., Tracy, W., & Denny, D. (1984). Arcade games, intrinsic motivation, and principles of psychology in special populations. Tennessee Association for Educational Data Systems, Nashville, TN, 27 April.

Denny, D. (1984). The use of microcomputers as augmentative communication devices for retarded and nonretarded persons‑‑ suggestions for improvement of selection strategy. Seventeenth Annual Conference on Research and Theory in Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities, Gatlinburg, TN, March.

Denny, D. (1984). Utilization of Commodore computers as communication aids. Seventeenth Annual Conference on Research and Theory in Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities, Gatlinburg, TN, March.

Dennis, F.H., Tracy, W., & Denny, D. (1983). Mental retardation in the computer age. Association for Retarded Citizens‑‑ Tennessee Annual Conference, Chattanooga, TN, 26‑28 June.

Tracy, W., & Denny, D. (1983). Behavior modification revisited‑‑ programming for the multihandicapped. Annual Meeting of Special Educators, Paris Landing, TN, 28‑20 April.

Denny, D. (1983). The ability of mentally retarded adults to judge facial expressions from photographs. Sixteenth Annual Gatlinburg Conference on Research and Theory in Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities, Gatlinburg, TN, 26‑28 March.

Burtt, E.H., Denny, D., Molina, E.J., & Howell, W.M. (1977). The well‑groomed fly (Musca domestica). Animal Behavior Society National Meeting, University Park, PA, 5‑10 June.

Denny, D., Burghardt, G.M., & Saunders, R.P. (1977). Moving prey attracts snakes: the role of a visual cue in the feeding of the garter snake (Thamnophis sirtalis). Animal Behavior Society 1977 National Meeting, University Park, PA, 1‑10 June.

Malone, J. C., McNally, K., Denny, D., & Hinson, J. (1976). Response deprivation, reinforcement, and punishment. Midwest Association of Behavior Analysis Second Annual Convention, Chicago, IL, May.

Denny, D. (1976, 4 February). The importance of movement in the prey selection of the garter snake, Thamnophis sirtalis. Presented at The Poet’s Club Herpetology Seminar Series, Knoxville, Tennessee.

 

REVIEWS

Denny, D. (2000, Spring). Book review: Tsing Lee, mother of all she-boys by Paige Turner. Transgender Tapestry, 1(90), 58-59.

Denny, D. (2000, Spring). Book review: The Danish girl by David Ebershoff. Transgender Tapestry, 1(90), 60.

Denny, D. (2004). Book review: Finding the real me: True tales of sex and gender diversity, edited by Tracie O’Keefe and Katrina Fox. Journal of Sex Research, 41(4), 410.

Denny, D. (2003, August). Review of Joanne Meyerowitz, How sex changed (2002, Harvard University Press). Journal of Sex Research, 40(3), 316-317.

Denny, D. (2001). Review of J. Cromwell, Transmen & FTMs: Identities, bodies, genders, and sexuality (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1999). Journal of Sex Education and Therapy, 26(4), 374-375.

Denny, D. (1993, Winter-Spring). Rites of Passage: The second New Women’s Conference. The Journal of Gender Studies, 15(1), 17-21.

Denny, D. (1992).A review of My Story by Caroline Cossey. TV-TS Tapestry, 60, 80-81.

Denny, D. (1993, 1 April). Review of Vested Interests by Marjorie Garber. Southern Voice, 6(6), 21.

Denny, D. Reviews of Katherine’s diary: The story of a transsexual by Katherine Cummings and Beyond belief: The discovery of my existence by Christina M. Hollis. (1993-1994). The Journal of Gender Studies, 15(2)/16(1), 64-66.

Denny, D. (1991). Book Review: Stephanie Castle’s Feelings: A transsexual’s explanation of a baffling condition. The Journal of Gender Studies, 15(1), 54-55.

 

MAGAZINES AND NEWSLETTERS

Chrysalis

The third time’s the charm: My three transitions. (1997). Chrysalis: The Journal of Transgressive Gender Identities, 2(4), 43-46.

From the editor. (1996-1997, Winter). Chrysalis: The Journal of Transgressive Gender Identities, 2(4), 3.

Heteropocrisy: The myth of the heterosexual crossdresser. (1996, May). Chrysalis: The Journal of Transgressive Gender Issues, 2(3), 23-30. Reprinted in The Flip Side, July, 1996, 3(7), 7-12, and The ConncecticuTView, September, 1996, 3-8.

Editorial: When heteropocrisy comes home to roost. (1996, May). Chrysalis: The Journal of Transgressive Gender Identities, 2(3), 33.

From A to Zeta: The Alpha Zeta Tri-Ess Membership Survey (Or, Why Tri-Ess is Bouncing its Reality Checks). (1996, May). Chrysalis: The Journal of Transgressive Gender Issues, V. 2(3), 26.

In search of the “true” transsexual. (1996, May). Chrysalis: The Journal of Transgressive Gender Issues, 2(3), 39-44. Reprinted in Secrets, October-November, 1996, 8-13.

A word from the editor. (1995). Chrysalis: The Journal of Transgressive Gender Identities, 2(3), 3-4.

Gender happenings. (1995). Chrysalis: The Journal of Transgressive Gender Identities, 2(2), 8.

A word from the editor. (1995). Chrysalis: The Journal of Transgressive Gender Identities, 2(2), 4.

Prodigal son: A tale of noncommunication and rejection. (1995, February). Chrysalis: The Journal of Transgender Issues, 2(1), 23-27.

Gender happenings. (1995, Winter). Chrysalis: The Journal of Transgender Issues, 2(1), 6.

From the editor. (1995, Winter). Chrysalis: The Journal of Transgender Issues, 2(1), 3.

Three great quarterlies (Reviews). (1994). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(7), 40.

Gender happenings. (1994). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(7), 6-7.

A word from the editor. (1994). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(7), 3.

Mini-interview with Dr. Michel Seghers. (1993). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(6), 51-52.

CQ’s quotations from the literature. (1993). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(6), 47.

Transsexualism at forty: Some uncommonly discussed aspects of an increasingly common phenomenon. (1993). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(6), 39-46. Reprinted in TV-TS Tapestry, 1994, No. 65, 41-43.

Interview with Anne Bolin. (1993). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(6), 15-20, 52.

Gender happenings. (1993). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(6), 6.

(With Holly Boswell). A word from the editors. (1993). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(3), 3-4.

The shark in the swimming pool. (1992). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(5), 52.

(With Holly Boswell). (1992). How to start and maintain a transgender support group. Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(5), 35-40.

Gender happenings. (1992). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(5), 6-7.

From the publisher. (1992). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(5), 3-4.

Review of “How to be a good medical consumer” by Sheila Kirk, M.D. (1992). Chrysalis Quarterly 1(3). Reprinted in TV Connection, 2(2), 9.

Psychology as art; psychology as science; psychology as (unfortunately) pseudoscience (Commentary on Holly Boswell’s critique of Glenn Humphrey, A recent study of transgender causation, in the same issue). (1992). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(4), 48.

(With Margaux Schaffer). (1992). An interview with David Gilbert, M.D. Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(4), 23-28.

So you’re thinking about taking the big step: What the prospective patient needs to know about the Center for Gender Reassignment. Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(4), 24.

The care and feeding of the neovagina. (1992). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(4), 21-22, 52.

Talking transie with Tula: Snatches of post-interview conversation. (1992). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(4), 13.

(With Margaux Schaeffer). (1991). An interview with Carolyn Cossey. Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(4), 11-14.

The importance of informed consent. (Commentary). (1992). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(4), 55-56.

Gender happenings. (1992). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(4), 9-10.

From the publisher. (1992). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(4), 3-4, 49-50.

The politics of diagnosis and a diagnosis of politics: The university-affiliated gender clinics, and how they failed to meet the need of transsexual people. (1992, Winter). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(3), 9-20. Reprinted in Transgender Tapestry, Summer, 2002, 1(98), 17-27.

On the front lines in the gender wars. (1992, Winter). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(3), 13-16.

Politics in the name of science: The closing of a gender clinic. (1992, Winter).Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(3), 19.

The view from the other side of the treatment fence. (1992, Winter). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(3), 21-22, 26.

In memoriam, Rev. Joseph Douce. (1992, Winter). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(3), 7,8.

Gender happenings. (1992, Winter). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(3), 6-7.

From the publisher. (1992, Winter). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(3), 3-4.

Review of Shocking Asia. (1991, Summer). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(2), 33.

(As Hilga Henson) Review of Sheila Kirk, Hormones. (1991, Summer). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(2), 32-33. Reprinted in TV Connection, 2(4), 20.

In sickness and in health: Linda Peacock & Jack/Jacque Nowling (Interview). (1991, Summer). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(2), 21-22.

The good, the bad, and the hairy: Three consumers give their views on electrolysis. (1991, Summer). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(2), 18.

Why do service providers treat transsexual people? (1991, Summer). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(2), 12.

Things you should know about service providers. (1991, Summer). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(2), 10-11.

How to shop for service providers. (1991, Summer). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(2), 9-12, 16. Reprinted in 1992 in TV Connection, 2(5), 36-38, 58.

Following the Standards of Care. (1991). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(2).

Transsexual persons should be good consumers (Editorial). (1991). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(2).

Gender happenings. (1991, Spring). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(2), 6-7.

From the publisher: How to be a good consumer of gender services. (1991, Spring). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(2), 3-4.

Sex reassignment, surgery, hormones, and health. (1991, Spring). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(1), 7-10. Reprinted in 1994 in TV Connection, 4(2­), 30-31, 55-57 with the title “Disability and transition.”

Weight and transition. (1991, Spring). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(1), 11-12.

CQ’s quotations from the literature. (1991, Spring). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(1), 6.

Gender happenings. (1991, Spring). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(1), 5-6.

A word on terminology. (1991, Spring). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(1), 3. Reprinted in Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(4), 43.

A message from the Editor-in-Chief and Publisher. (1991, Spring). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(1), 3.

 

Chrysalis Quarterly (Electronic Version)

The rise and fall of the Weimar transvestites and the threat to our own trans community. (2016, 22 November). Chrysalis Quarterly, 3(6). Available online here. Appeared also on the Transgender Forum website, 2014, 28 November.

Why I love Fantasia Fair. (2016, 28 October). Chrysalis Quarterly, 3(5). Available online here.

A bill of gender rights. (2016, 16 October). Chrysalis Quarterly, 3(4). Available online here.

Why we need gender-neutral pronouns. (2015, 3 November). Chrysalis Quarterly, 3(4). Available online here.

Hatin’ on Caitlin. (2015, 6 June). Chrysalis Quarterly, 3(3). Available online here.

Bad decision? Maybe. (Op-Ed on the Southern Comfort Conference Board’s Decision to Relocate to Fort Lauderdale). (2014, 9 September). Chrysalis Quarterly, 3(3). Available online here.

THE+ conference forms. (2014, 9 September). Chrysalis Quarterly, 3(3). Available online here.

Gender Hurts: First look. (2014, 5 June). Chrysalis Quarterly, 3(3). Available online here.

Identified! Casa Susanna Photographer Comes Forward. (2014, 13 May). Chrysalis Quarterly, 3(3). Available online here.

The historical roots of Casa Valentina. (2014, 10 May). Chrysalis Quarterly, 3(3). Available online here.

 The Tri-Ess wars. (2014, 22 April). Chrysalis Quarterly, 3(3). Available online here.

My take on the Trans 100 List. (2014, 21 April). Chrysalis Quarterly, 3(3). Available online here.

Moving Trans* History Forward Symposium. (2014, 29 March). Chrysalis Quarterly, 3(3). Available online here.

Twenty-nine linear feet: The story of the National Transgender Library & Archive. (2013, 13 October). Chrysalis Quarterly, 3(2)Available online here.

First contact. (2013, 21 August). Chrysalis Quarterly, 3(2). Available online here.

Remembering Virginia. (2013, 7 August). Chrysalis Quarterly, 3(2). Available online here.

Intent to oppress. (2013, 25 July). Chrysalis Quarterly, 3(2). Available online here.

Remembering JoAnn Roberts. (2012, 8 June). Chrysalis Quarterly, 3(2). Available online here.

The letter. (2012, 22 July). Chrysalis Quarterly, 3(2). This piece also appeared on the Transgender Forum website. The Chrysalis version is available online here.

I get censored. (2011, 20 December). Chrysalis Quarterly, 3(1). Available online here.

Breaking down the doors of the academy. Chrysalis Quarterly, 3(1). Available online here.

History mystery. (2011, 4 November). Chrysalis Quarterly, 3(1). Available online here.

Consumer relations. (2011, 3 November). Chrysalis Quarterly, 3(1). Available online here.

A suggestion for WPATH. (2011, 1 November). Chrysalis Quarterly, 3(1). Available online here.

Open letter to IFGE. (2011, 19 September). Chrysalis Quarterly, 3(1). Available online here.

 

AEGIS News

On the future of the transgender community. (1998, April). AEGIS News, 1(13), 1-9. Reprinted on Transgender Forum, June 1998.

Results of AEGIS membership survey. (1998, April). AEGIS News, 1(13), 20.

XV HBIGDA conference highlights. (1997, October). AEGIS News, 1(12), 1-2. Reprinted in Two-Spirit News, 5-6. (1997, October), Renaissance News & Views, 11(10), October, 1997, 16-17, and The Crystal Chronicle, September, 1997, 8-10.

Whither the transgender community? Whither AEGIS? (1997, August). AEGIS News, 1(11), 6.

Does laser electrolysis work? (1997, August). AEGIS News, 1(11), 1.

How not to get rid of unwanted hair. (1997, August). AEGIS News, 1(11), 5.

Letter to Dr. Stephen B. Levine. (1997, May). AEGIS News, 1(10), 3-4.

Bomb blast rocks Atlanta TG community. (1997, May). AEGIS News, 1(10), 1.

Comments on proposed SOC revision. (1997, May). AEGIS News, 1(10), pp. 3-6.

Vision 2001: A gender odyssey. Part IV. (1996, December). AEGIS News, 1(9), 1-7. Reprinted in All the Beautiful People, December 1998.

Vision 2001: A gender odyssey. Part III. (1996, September). AEGIS News, 1(8), 1-7. Reprinted in All the Beautiful People, November 1998.

The Menace pulls a fast one. (1996, September). AEGIS News, 1(8), 5.

Winning transgender acceptance and understanding at PFLAG. (1996, September). AEGIS News, 1(8), 11.

Is there a price for political activism? (1996, September). AEGIS News, 1(8), 9.

Executive Director’s page. (1996, April). AEGIS News, 1(7), 10.

Response to letter by Jane Ellen Fairfax. (1996, April). AEGIS News, 1(7), 7-8.

AEGIS plays pivotal role in FTM conference. (1995, November). AEGIS News, 1(7), 1.

Vision 2001: A gender odyssey. (1996, January). AEGIS News, 1(6), 1, 7-11. Reprinted in All the Beautiful People, September 1998.

Ahem, a history lesson. (1995, November). AEGIS News, 1(5), 4.

Response to letter by Cynthia Phillips. (1995, June). AEGIS News, 1(4), 8.

Paradigm shift (Editorial). (1995, June). AEGIS News, 1(4), 9.

The paradigm has changed. (1995, June). AEGIS News, 1(4), 4-5.

The paradigm shift is here! (1995, June). AEGIS News, 1(4), 1, 4-5.

The transgender alliance for community. (1995, March). AEGIS News, 1(3), 3, 4.

Vaginal politics: In defense of freedom of choice. (1995, March). AEGIS News, 1(3), 8-9.

Two communities. (1995, August). AEGIS On-Line News, 1(3).

Trans-community split over ENDA, HRC? (1998, 1 April). AEGIS Internet News.

 

Transgender Tapestry

Cheekbones from hell, or Injected silicone: Bad news. (1992). TV-TS Tapestry, 61, 46-48.

A review of My Story by Caroline Cossey. (1992). TV-TS Tapestry, 61, 80-81.

Behavioral treatment in gender dysphoria: A review of the literature and a call for reform. (1994, Fall). TV-TS Tapestry, 69, 54-56.

Pride ’94. (1994, Fall). TV-TS Tapestry, 69. Speech delivered at Atlanta Pride 1994.

Union of Spirits: An inclusive event. (1995, August). TV-TS Tapestry, 73, 49-51.

Transgender and family values: A special Transgender Tapestry symposium. (1997, Fall). Transgender Tapestry, 80, 38-39.

A word from the editor: Hello. (2000, Spring). Transgender Tapestry, 89, 5.

Shoshanna Gillick: A remembrance. (2000, Spring). Transgender Tapestry, 89, 19.

Your editor spouts off (An open letter to Helen L. Ribb). (2000, Spring). Transgender Tapestry, 89, 6.

Trans-News. (2000, Spring). Transgender Tapestry, 89, 9-18.

April Ashley’s odyssey. (2000, Spring). Transgender Tapestry, 89, 11.

Virginia’s ordeal (Editorial). (2000, Spring). Transgender Tapestry, 89, 21-22.

Shoshanna Gillick: Obituary. (2000, Spring). Transgender Tapestry, 89, 19.

A word from the editor: More CD stuff, please. (2000, Summer). Transgender Tapestry, 90, 5.

Ivan, you’re busted! (2000, Summer). Transgender Tapestry, 90, 9-10.

Trans-News. (2000, Spring). Transgender Tapestry, 90, 11-12.

Tsing Lee, mother of all she-boys by Paige Turner (Book review). (2000, Spring). Transgender Tapestry, 90, 58-59.

The Danish girl by David Ebershoff (Book review). (2000, Spring). Transgender Tapestry, 90, 60.

Interview with David Ebershoff. (2000, Spring). Transgender Tapestry, 90, 60-64.

A word from the editor: Fools rush in. (2000, Fall). Transgender Tapestry, 91, 6.

Trans-news. (2000, Fall). Transgender Tapestry, 91, 12-118.

Never give up… (A word from the editor). (2000, Winter). Transgender Tapestry, 92, 6.

Trans-News. (2000, Winter). Transgender Tapestry, 92, 9-11.

Trans-Sister radio by Chris Bojalian (Book review). (2000, Winter). Transgender Tapestry, 92, 52-53.

GenderPAC’s implosion (A word from the editor). (2001, Spring). Transgender Tapestry, 93, 6.

News. (2001, Spring). Transgender Tapestry, 93, 10-12.

We’re from GenderPAC: We’re here to help you (Editorial). (2000, Spring). Transgender Tapestry, 93, 12-14.

Nons (A Message From the Editor). (2001, Summer). Transgender Tapestry, 94, 6.

News. (2001, Summer). Transgender Tapestry, 94, 9-10.

Editorial: Christine Hochberg. (2001, Summer). Transgender Tapestry, 94, 20.

A message from the editor: Pine Lake. (2001, Fall). Transgender Tapestry, 95, 6-7.

News. (2001, Fall). Transgender Tapestry, 95, 10-11.

A message from the editor: Please take precautions while traveling. (2001, Winter). Transgender Tapestry, 96, 6.

News. (2001, Winter). Transgender Tapestry, 96, 9-10.

A word from the editor: HBIGDA / Fantasia Fair. (2002, Spring). Transgender Tapestry, 97, 6.

Passing transsexual. (2002, Spring). Transgender Tapestry, 97, 16-17.

A word from the editor: The flip-flopping crossdresser. (2002, Summer). Transgender Tapestry, 98, 6.

The politics of diagnosis and a diagnosis of politics: The university-affiliated gender clinics, and how they failed to meet the needs of transsexual people. (2002). Transgender Tapestry, 98, 17-27.

The view from the other side of the treatment fence: My experience as a provider of human services. (2002). Transgender Tapestry, 98, 26-27.

A word from the editor: The Ross Fireproof Hotel. (2002, Fall). Transgender Tapestry, 99, 6.

Transgender March on Washington (Editorial). (2002, Fall). Transgender Tapestry, 99, 13.

A word from the editor: The day the world changed. (2002, Winter). Transgender Tapestry, 100, 6.

A look back through the past five decades. (2002, Winter). Transgender Tapestry, 100, 24-37.

A word from the editor: Trankila. (2003, Spring). Transgender Tapestry, 101, 6.

HRC (Editorial). (2003, Spring). Transgender Tapestry, 101, 6.

A word from the editor: The man who would write about queens. (2003, Summer). Transgender Tapestry, 102, 6.

Annual IFGE Convention 17. (2003, Summer). Transgender Tapestry, 102, 34-35.

A word from the editor: Constitutional rights. (2003, Fall). Transgender Tapestry, 103, 6.

The man who would write about queens (Editorial). (2003, Fall). Transgender Tapestry, 103, 7.

A word from the editor: But it all seems so normal! (2003, Winter). Transgender Tapestry, 104, 6-7.

Why the Bailey controversy is important. (2003, Winter). Transgender Tapestry, 104, 52.

The ups and downs of J. Michael Bailey. (2003, Winter). Transgender Tapestry, 104, 53-54.

A word from the editor: Pronoun trouble. (2004, Spring). Transgender Tapestry, 105, 6.

Concerns about Dr. Anne Lawrence (Editorial). (2004, Spring). Transgender Tapestry, 105, 13.

A word from the editor: About the cover. (2004, Summer). Transgender Tapestry, 106, 5.

Ask Dr. GenderFixIt. (2004, Summer). Transgender Tapestry, 106, 19-21.

Coming together 2004: A review of the 18th Annual IFGE conference. (2004, Summer). Transgender Tapestry, 106, 32-36. (Photos by Denise Leclair).

A word from the editor: My female brain. (2004, Fall/Winter). Transgender Tapestry, 107, 5.

Memories of Divinity and a memory of Donna. (2004, Fall/Winter). Transgender Tapestry, 107, 10-11.

Review of Joan Roughgarden, Evolution’s Rainbow. (2004, Fall/Winter). Transgender Tapestry, 107, 56-57.

Ten years of transgender protests against HRC— at an end? (2004, Fall/Winter). Transgender Tapestry, 1(107), 17.

A word from the editor: The naughties. (2005, Summer). Transgender Tapestry, 108, 6.

On brains and transgender rights (Editorial). (2005, Summer). Transgender Tapestry, 108, 9.

The silicone files. (2005, Summer). The silicone files. Transgender Tapestry, 108, 36-43.

Ask Dr. GenderFixIt. (2005, Summer). Transgender Tapestry, 108, 48-52.

A Word from the editor: Plain vanilla. (2005, Fall). Transgender Tapestry, 109, 5.

Giving Christianity a bad name. (2005, Fall). Transgender Tapestry, 109, 6.

Ask Dr. GenderFixIt. (2005, Fall). Transgender Tapestry, 109, 8-9.

An interview with Nancy (Nangeroni) and Gordene (Mackenzie). (2005, Fall). Transgender Tapestry, 109, 34-36.

A word from the editor: The last time I dropped acid. (2006, Summer). Transgender Tapestry, 110, 63.

Southern Comfort 2006. (Winter 2006/2007). Transgender Tapestry, 111, 15-17.

Vern Leroy Bullough, R.N, Ph.D., 77, America’s foremost historian of sexuality. (Winter 2006/2007. Transgender Tapestry, 111, 59.

 

Rites of Passage

Welcome. (1993, Winter). Rites of Passage, 2(1), 1.

A word from the editor. (1993, Winter). Rites of Passage, 2(1), 2.

Inclusion? Exclusion? The issue of transsexual participation in woman-only events. (1993, Summer). Rites of Passage, 2(2), 1.

A word from the editor. (1993, Summer). Rites of Passage, 2(2), 2.

Editor’s soapbox: On hatefulness in pronoun usage. (1993, Summer). Rites of Passage, 2(2), 6.

A conversation with Kate Bornstein. (1993-1994, Winter). Rites of Passage (3) 1), 1, 4-5.

A word from the editor. (1993-1994, Winter). Rites of Passage, 3(1), 2.

Miscellanea. (1993-1994, Winter). Rites of Passage, 3(1), 7.

 

Transgender Forum

The rise and fall of the Weimar transvestites and the threat to our own trans community. (2016, 28 November). Transgender Forum.

Who’s on first (Or why we need gender-neutral plural pronouns). (2016, January 18). Transgender Forum.

Hatin’ on Caitlin. (2015, 5 June). Transgender Forum.

Dismantling the gender binary. (2015, 4 May). Transgender Forum.

Remembering Virginia Prince. (2015, 16 February). Transgender Forum.

Bad Decision? Maybe. (2014, 15 September). Transgender Forum.

A first look at Sheila Jeffrey’s Gender Hurts. (2014, 9 June). Transgender Forum.

The historical roots of Casa Valentina. (2014, 19 May). Transgender Forum.

Twenty-nine linear feet: The story of the National Transgender Library & Archive. (2013, 2 December). Transgender Forum.

The Tri-Ess wars. (2013, 4 November). Transgender Forum.

Let’s not project our beliefs onto others. (2013, 19 August). Transgender Forum.

Stealth is soul-destroying. (2013, 22 July). Transgender Forum.

Laugh a little! (2013, 24 June). Transgender Forum.

Remembering JoAnn Roberts. (2013, 10 June). Transgender Forum. Published simultaneously in Chrysalis Quarterly.

These eyes. (2013, 27 May). Transgender Forum.

I was a trans student. (2013, 26 April). Transgender Forum.

Preserve our (and your) history. (2013, 25 March). Transgender Forum.

Transsexualism at sixty (Part II). (2013, 4 March). Transgender Forum.

Transsexualism at sixty (Part I). (2013, 4 February). Transgender Forum.

JoAnn Roberts and Dallas Denny. (2013, 18 January). Annotated bibliography: Selected readings on transvestism, transsexualism, and related subjects.  Originally released in hard copy in the early 1990s, revised in 2000.

Transsexualism at forty. (2013, 7 January). Transgender Forum.

Crossdressers across the decades. (2012, 10 December). Transgender Forum.

Differing opinions Over “Orca Shrugged” Episode of FX TV Show Sons of Anarchy (NSFW). (2012, 12 November). Transgender Forum.

Obama: The most trans-friendly President ever. (2015, 15 October). Transgender Forum.

On trans autobiographies. (2012, 15 October). Transgender Forum.

Obama: The most transgender-friendly President ever– Re-elect him! (2012, 15 October). Transgender Forum.

A comprehensive list of trans autobiographies. (2012, 17 September). Transgender Forum.

The Real ID Act: A catastrophe in the making. (2012, 20 August). Transgender Forum.

The letter. (2012, 23 July). Transgender Forum. Also, on same date, in Chrysalis Quarterly at http://dallasdenny.com/Chrysalis/2012/07/22/the-letter/. Reprinted 20 July, 2013 at http://www.transadvocate.com/theletter.htm.

After all these years. (2012, 25 June). Transgender Forum.

Crushes on the wrong people: A review of John Irving’s In One Person. (2012, 28 May). Transgender Forum.

Haters have… issues. (2012, 30 April). Transgender Forum.

Rick Santorum, boy gender fascist. (2012, 2 April). Transgender Forum.

Why we should question the work of George Rekers. (2012, 27 February). Transgender Forum.

Forced sterilization in Sweden: An outrage. (2012, 6 February). Transgender Forum.

The silicone wars. (2012, 9 January). Transgender Forum.

Reflections as 2011 comes to a close. (2011, 12 December). Transgender Forum.

Transgender archives: The first pilgrimage. (2011, 14 November). Transgender Forum.

Some words on parenting a trans kid. (2011, 17 October). Transgender Forum.

A look at the WPATH Standards of Care. (2011, 19 September). Transgender Forum.

The WPATH Standards of Care. (2011, 22 August). Transgender Forum.

Xenophobia: “Us” and “them.” (2011, 25 July). Transgender Forum.

Disaster, deceit, and betrayal at the International Foundation for Gender Education. (2011, 27 June). Transgender Forum. Published simultaneously on Chrysalis Quarterly.

The names we call ourselves. (2011, 30 May). Transgender Forum.

J. Green, J. Cromwell, & D. Denny. Survey: What term best describes you? (2011, 2 May). Transgender Forum.

Technologies of transformation. (2011, 2 May). Transgender Forum.

Virtual personae: Part II. (2011, 4 April). Transgender Forum.

Virtual personae: Part I. (2011, 3 March). Transgender Forum.

Twenty years on. (2011, 3 March). Transgender Forum.

We eat our leaders. (1999, March). Transgender Forum. Reprinted in Tennessee Vals, April 1999, 6-9.

The Clarke Institute of Psychiatry: Canada’s shame. (1998, 13 April). Transgender Forum.

Beyond the media circus: A perspective on transsexualism. (1999, February). Transgender Forum.

Our transgender heritage. (1999). Fiesta (January, 1999), 99, 1-3. Reprinted in Transgender Forum, January 1999.

Three levels of transgender health care: The 3rd New England Transgender Health Conference. (1999, November). Transgender Forum.

Down and coming out at the Ross Fireproof Hotel: Class issues in the transgender community. (1998, May). Transgender Forum.

Nobody’s transvestite fantasy. (1999, October). Transgender Forum.

My vagina. (1998, August). Transgender Forum.

Traditional families. (1998). Transgender Forum.

Fantasy and reality in the transgender community. (1998). Transgender Forum.

Jessica Xavier and Riki Anne Wilchins are taking heat they don’t deserve. (1998). Transgender Forum.

Millenimania. (2000). Transgender Forum.

Terrorism: Why does it worry us so? (1998). Transgender Forum.

My drug habit. (1999, April). Transgender Forum.

Reed Erickson. (1998). Transgender Forum.

The transgender community’s lack of consensus around identity politics. (1998). Transgender Forum.

The t-shirt that changed the world. (1998). Transgender Forum.

The transsexual script. (1998, July). Transgender Forum. Reprinted on Transgender Forum on 13 May, 2013.

Scent of a transsexual woman. (1998). Transgender Forum.

The reunion: A one-act play. (September, 1998). Transgender Forum. Also in  In J. Berry, D. Bain, D. Hignutt, T. Farrell, D. Denny, & M. Reynolds (2005), Transsexual anthology. P.O. Box 54016, 1-5762 Highway 7 East, Markham, Ontario, L3P 7Y4, Canada: Double Dragon Publishing.

Tabletop John Brown gets his. (1999). Transgender Forum.

 

Other

(As Cheyenne Palisades). (2008, 2 April). Second Life Jobs Editorial: The case against camping. www.slentre.com/second-life-jobs-the-case-against-camping/.

Transgender 2006. (2006).  LGBT World website.

The origin of the National Transgender Library & Archive. (2005, 25 March). Program book, NTLA Dedication, Labadie Special Collections, Hatcher Library, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

(As Lotta Hubris). (2001, July). Nice box: Wonder what’s in it? Transgender Community News & Views, 30-31.

Boswell, Holly, Green, James, Wilchins, Riki Anne, Israel, Gianna E., Lawrence, Anne, Davis, Ms. Bob, Barbee, Naomi, Barsic, Jayson, Bornstein, Kate, Stryker, Susan, Goodwin, Chelsea, Pathy Allen, Mariette, Jones, Jordy, Denny, Dallas, & Henkin, William A. (2000, Autumn). TG 2000. Transsexual News Telegraph, No. 9, 43-56. (2000, Autumn). TG 2000. Transsexual News Telegraph, 1(9), 43-52.

Transgender & transsexual trading cards: Candy Darling. (1999, November). Two-Spirit News, Electronic Edition.

Transgender & transsexual trading cards: Harry Benjamin. (1999, October). Two-Spirit News, Electronic Edition.

Black hats, white hats: HRC vs. NGLTF (Editorial). (1999, October). Two-Spirit News.

Dekalb Commissioner Ken Davis speaks. (1999, September). PLAIN Talk, 5(3), 1, 4.

Transgender & transsexual trading cards: Reed Erickson. (1999, August). Two-Spirit News, Electronic Edition.

Transgender & transsexual trading cards: Lili Elbe. (1999, July). Two-Spirit News, Electronic Edition.

Transgender & transsexual trading cards. (1999, June). Two-Spirit News, Electronic Edition.

Transition and individual choice: Who has the moral authority? (1999, March). Transgender Community News, 8-9, 25, 27.

Our transgender heritage. (1999, January). Fiesta, 1/99, 1-3.

Denny continues assault on Canada’s mighty Clarke. (1998). Zenith Digest, 5(6), 7-8.

Winslow Street whistle blower dismissed “for cause.” (1998, 10 February). Decatur, GA: American Educational Gender Information Service.

Editorial: IFGE consistently disappoints. (1998, 10 February). Decatur, GA: American Educational Gender Information Service.

The price of inclusion. (1998, April). AEGIS News, 1(13), pp. 14-15.

Meeting the information needs of transsexual people. (1998, April). AEGIS News, 1(13), 8.

Some notes on access to medical treatment: A position paper. (1995). Position Paper, American Educational Gender Information Service. Reprinted at http://www.firelily.com/gender/resources/dallas.soc.html

Transsexuals just want to feel comfortable in their own bodies. (1997). Pittsburgh’s Out, 17.

Office care of transgendered and transsexual clients. (1997, August). Transgender Treatment Bulletin, 1(1), p. 11.

Medical Advisory Bulletin: Polycystic Ovary Syndrome in FTM transsexual persons. (April, 1998).Transgender Treatment Bulletin, 1(1), p. 5.

What is the role of the helping professional? (1997, August). Transgender Treatment Bulletin, 1(1), pp. 1-2, 8.

AEGIS recommends breast self-examination. (1995). Decatur, GA: American Educational Gender Information Service, Inc.

The controversial nature of vaginoplasty using bowel segments. (1995). Decatur, GA: American Educational Gender Information Service.

Another look at the Benjamin Standards. (1996, January). Renaissance News & Views, 10(1), 1, 6. Also in (1996, September). Virginia’s Secrets, 1-2.

Editorial: Reply to Linda Phillips. (1996, July). Lifelines, 2.

Template for transsexual autobiography. (1996, February). The Transgenderist.

(With Jamison Green). (1996). The case for transgender rights. Cross-Talk, 81, 11-13.

NBC Slurs TGs. (1996, January/February). Twenty, the Official Newsletter of the Twenty Club, 2.

Transsexual challenges Tri-Ess. (1996). TV Connection, 6(2), 21.

Tri-Ess’ moral crisis. (1996, May). The Saltaire, 1(9), 5-6.

Medical treatment for gender dysphoria comes under review from other professional on gender dysphoria. (1995, April). Help Me… Accept Me, 2-3.

Writing ourselves. (1995, Spring). TransSisters: The Journal of Transsexual Feminism, No. 8, 38-39.

Their fifteen minutes in the sun. (1995, Autumn). TransSisters, No. 10, 54-56. Reprinted in Renaissance News & Views, August, 1995, (9)8, 19. Based on a June 1995 press release by The American Educational Gender Information Service, Inc.

A primer of sex and gender. (1995). TV Connection, 4(4), 20-21, 34, 40.

Letter to the editor. (1995). Society of Lesbian and Gay Anthropologists Newsletter, 17(1), p.1.

How we use the surgeon’s lance to define and divide ourselves. (1995, Autumn). TransSisters, 1(1), 52-53.

The gender revolution. Liner notes for “The Opposite Sex is Neither,” a play by Kate Bornstein, performed by Kate Bornstein at the 14th Street Playhouse, Atlanta, GA, 18 March, 1995. Reprinted in Trans-Scriptions: A collection of stories, poems, and artwork by, for, & about the transgendered community, so that you may know us, Denver, CO: Gender Identity Center of Colorado, Inc., 1996.

Fantasia Fair ’94: An event to remember. (1994, December). Fantasia Fair Newsletter, 2,3. Reprinted in Help Me… Accept Me, April, 1995, 7-8, and Renaissance News & Views, June, 1995, 9(6), 20, 24.

Help Desk (Interview of Dallas Denny by Anne Johnson, Holly Boswell, and Nancy Nangeroni). (1994, July). TransAction.

Fantasia Fair XX: A view of success and growth. (1994). Fantasia Fair pre-event newsletter.

There was a brick. There were some drag queens… Remembering Stonewall (Invited speech). (1994, June). Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Pride.

Gordene MacKenzie’s Transgender Nation: A commentary. (1995, August). TransSisters: The Journal of Transsexual Feminism, 1(7), 44-45. Also in Gender Quest, 1994, August, 1, 10. FTM, October, 1994, and Renaissance News, January, 1995, 9(1), 16-17, 24.

T-Bird: Jerzy Kosinski’s peculiar literary fascination with transsexual women. (1994, Winter). Transsexual News Telegraph, 16-18. Reprinted in Transgender Forum in May 1999.

What’s that transsexual doing here, anyhow? Part I. (1993). Southern Belle, 7(3), 5-6.

What’s that transsexual doing here, anyhow? Part II. (1994). Southern Belle, 7(3), 5-6.

The Benjamin Standards of Care: A safeguard for consumers and caregivers. (1993). Cross-Talk, 49, 19-22 (Also published in 1993 with the title No Surgery on Demand in Transsexual News Telegraph, 1, 17-19.

Rite of passage: The Second Annual New Women’s Conference. (1993). The Journal of Gender Studies, 15(1), 17-21.

Sex reassignment surgery: Should you or shouldn’t you? (1993, January/February). XX:  The Official Newsletter of the XX (Twenty) Club, Inc., 1, 12. Also in Cross-Talk, March, 1993, 43, 23-24, Phoenix Newsletter, August, 1993,  Secrets, August, 1993, 5-6, and TV-TS Confidential, June, 1993.

Halfway to where? Why halfway houses for transsexual people aren’t a good idea. (1993). Journal of Gender Studies, 14(2), 83-87.

The Standards of Care: What are they? (1990, Fall). Insight, 8. Also published February, 1993, in T.A.T.S. Newsletter, 2-3.

A resume for your new role. (1990, Fall). Insight, 14-15.

Denny, D., & Schaffer, M.A. (1992, 21 April). Vox Populi: Do transgender issues affect the gay community? Violence against transgendered persons: An unrecognized problem. The Advocate, 601, 114.

TransAtlanta: The gender scene down South. Maynard and Tula. (1992). Crossdresser’s Quarterly, 2(4), 33-35.

No surgery on demand. (1993, Summer). Transsexual News Telegraph, 1(1), 17-19.

An interview with Kate Bornstein. (1993-1994, Winter). Rites of Passage, 3(1), 1, 4-5.

TransAtlanta: The gender scene down South. The Southern Comfort 1992 Conference and Holiday En Femme 1992. (1993). Crossdresser’s Quarterly, 3(1), 28-29.

Hatefulness in pronoun usage. (1993, Summer). Rites of Passage, 2(2), 6.

Inclusion? Exclusion? The issue of transsexual participation in woman-only events. (1993, Summer). Rites of Passage, 2(2), 1.

TransAtlanta: The gender scene down South. Rodney and the rest of us. (1993). Crossdresser’s Quarterly, 3(2), 12-13.

The ins of “out”: Part II of II: How will you handle your secret identity? A lesson from the comics. (1993). Atlanta Gender Chronicle, 1(3), 2-3.

The ins of “out”: Part I of II: Three options. (1992). Atlanta Gender Chronicle, 1(2), 4, 7. Reprinted in XX:  The Official Newsletter of the XX (Twenty) Club, Inc., March/April, 1993, 1-4.

To your health: Bad advice. (1992). Alicia’s Girl Talk, 4(11), 19. Reprinted in The Sooner Belle, July, 1995, 5(7), 4-5 and Two-Spirit News, June, 1995, 4-5.

To your health: The Benjamin Standards of Care. (1992). Alicia’s Girl Talk, 4(10), 19.

So you think being gay was difficult? Growing up transgendered in the South. (1992). The News, 8(6), Cover, 8-9, 18-20.

Transsexualism: An overview. (1992). The News, 8(6), 8-9.

The Tijuana experience. (1992). Alicia’s TV Girl Talk, 4(9), 18.

A word to writers and editors: Some suggested guidelines for the transgender press. (1992). Cross-Talk, 36, 23-26.

Dallas Denny blabs. (1992, July/August). GenderFlex, 2(12), 2-3.

(With Margaux Schaefer). (1992). Tula: I am a woman. Interview with Caroline Cossey. International TranScript, 2(2), 18-22.

Hormones: A word to the wise from the far side of the transsexual curtain. (1992). TV Connection, 1(6), 16. Reprinted in Alicia’s TV Girl Talk, (1992) 4(7), 19, 29.

So you think you want to be a woman: A word to the wise from the far side of the transsexual curtain. (1992). TV Connection.

Can a man become a woman? (and vice versa): Or, why I wear a lapel button which reads “Biology is not destiny” (1992). ETVC News, 10(4), 11. Reprinted in Renaissance News, (1992), 6(7), 10-11.

The biggest breakthrough of all. (1992, January). Twenty, 11.

Atlanta killings require community response. (1992, January). Renaissance News, 6(2), 14.

AEGIS supports legislation to recognize relationships of gay and lesbian couples. (1991, December). The News.

A brief guide to Atlanta. Brochure for Southern Comfort Conference No. 1, 1991.

Murders of transgendered persons. (1991). Hotspots, 16.

No regrets: The Standards of Care. (1991, Summer). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(2), pp. 13-15.  Reprinted (1992, November) in Help Me… Accept Me2,5.

My last Commodore column. (1991, November-December). Newsletter of Commodore Users Group of Atlanta, 9(11), 5.

(As “Laustit Nurop”). My sex change in Brussels. (1991). Etcetera, 7(39), 28-29.

GEOS revisited. (1991, March). Newsletter of Nashville Commodore Users Group of Atlanta, 9(3), 6.

A field guide to transgendered persons in the gay community. (1991). The News, 7(8), 14-17. Reprinted in TV Connection, 3(4), 18-19, 56-58.

Tripping the light fantastic: Staying sane and whole while in transition. (1991). Our Sorority, 25, 4-8. Reprinted in XX: The Official Newsletter of the XX (Twenty) Club, Inc., November/December, 1994, 10-11.

“The plumbing works, and so does the electricity”: Reassignment surgery for the male-to-female transsexual person. (1991). Our Sorority, 25, 22-24.

Female-to-male reassignment surgery in the ’90s. (1991). Our Sorority, 25, 42-44.

Writing Reggie. (1991, April). Newsletter of Commodore Users Group of Atlanta, 9(4), 5.

Clark: A reminiscence, Part 1. (1991, July). Newsletter of Commodore Users Group of Atlanta, 9(7), 2.

Clark: A reminiscence, Part 2. (1991, August). Newsletter of Commodore Users Group of Atlanta, 9(8), 2.

Clark: A reminiscence, Part 3. (1991, August). Newsletter of Commodore Users Group of Atlanta, 9(9), 2.

The column after the last Commodore column, or the first game machine column. (1992, January). Newsletter of Commodore Users Group of Atlanta, 10(1), 5.

A modest proposal to postpone the inevitable. (1991, February). Newsletter of Commodore Users Group of Atlanta, 9(2), 4.

Sim City: A Review. (ca 1991). Commodore Users Group of Atlanta Newsletter.

Crutches. (1989). Dixie Belle: (The Newsletter of the Sigma Epsilon chapter of the Society for the Second Self). Also in Insight, (1990, Fall), 6-7.

Sexual & genderal characteristics: How men and women differ. (1990, Fall). Insight, 7-8.

The Standards of Care: What are they? (1990, Fall). Insight, 8.Reprinted in T.A.T.S. Newsletter, February, 1993, 2-3.

What is a transsexual? (1990, Winter). Insight, 10.

Should all transsexuals publicly identify themselves? (1990, Winter). Insight, 9.

(As Sheri Scott). Passing. (1990, March). The Dixie Belle, 2(6), 11-12.

(As Sheri Scott). My first time. (1990, March). The Dixie Belle, 2(6), 12, 8.

Transitioning. (1990, Winter). Insight, 6.

From the desk of Dallas. (1990, Spring). Insight, 6(1), 2.

Are transsexuals as reliable as other people? (1990, Spring). Insight, 6(1), cover, 5-6.

How I changed my name by myself without a single lawyer. (1989, November-December). Insight, 5(1), 2-3.

How a heterosexual crossdresser should behave in a gay bar. (1989, August). The Dixie Belle, 2(10), 8.

(As Sheri Scott). (1989, September). Bathroom etiquette. The Dixie Belle, 2(11), 9.

Letter to the editor. (1989, June). The Hard Copy (Nashville Commodore Users Group Newsletter), 5.

(As Reggie Ramloose”). The top 11 ways my C-64 is better than a PC. (date not available). Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine or Stone Mountain Users Group Newsletter.

(As Reggie Ramloose). (1984, February). A short history of hacking. Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine.

Adventures in passing. (1989, May). The Dixie Belle, 2(8), 8, 11.

Dissatisfied! Bad experience at Computer Hardware Service. (1989, April). Nashville Commodore Users Group Newsletter, 9.

Having a computer makes for strange experiences. (ca 1987). Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine.

Connections. (ca 1987). Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine.

Computing in the hinterlands: How to get anything you need through the mail. (1987). Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 14(10), 4.

Computing in the hinterlands: There are no yuppies in Greeneville. (1986 or 1987 [issue not dated]). Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 14(9), 4.

(As “Reggie Ramloose.”). How to talk Southern to your computer. (1987, March). Nashville Commodore Users Group Newsletter.

VIC-20 is a people pleaser at Scales school. (ca 1986). Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine.

(As “Reggie Ramloose”). Clone wars. (1986, December). Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 4(5), 6.

Which computer (if any) should I buy? (1986 or 1987 [issue not dated]). Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 4(5), 6.

(As “Reggie Ramloose”). Doublesiding paper: The true facts. (1986). TPUG Magazine, 22, 37. This article was reprinted dozens of times in the years after its initial release in NCUG: The Magazine of the Nashville Commodore Users Group.

(As “Reggie Ramloose”). (1986, June). The next generation of fast copy programs. Nashville Commodore Users Group Newsletter, 4(1), 10.

I won GEOS: Big deal. (1986, June). Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 4(1), 10.

(As “Reggie Ramloose”). (1986, July). Who has a computer? Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 4(2), 7.

Editorial: Hello and goodbye. (1986, July). Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 4(2), 4.

Review of KRACKER JAX. (1986, July). Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 4(2), 15.

In editorium: Parting shots. (1986, August). Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 4(3), 3.

(As “Reggie Ramloose”). (1986, August). Build a custom power supply for your C-64. Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 4(3), 8.

Communicating with computers. (1985, Fall). ARC Volunteer (The newsletter of the Associated for Retarded Citizens), 1(1), 10.

Six Bits. (1985, Fall). ARC Volunteer, 1(1), 10.

(As Reggie Ramloose). (1985, January-February). The new Amigo computer. Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 9.

(As “Reggie Ramloose”). How to turn your Commodore 64 into an IBM-PC. (1985, July-August). Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 2(9), 6.

(As “Reggie Ramloose”). Interview with Alexander Haig. (1985, January-February). Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 2(7), 6, 12. Reprinted in Newsletter of Commodore Users Group of Atlanta, June, 1990, 7.

Industry watch. (1985, January-February). Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 2(7), 7, 13.

(As “Reggie Ramloose”). (1985, February). Ramloose across America. Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine.

News from other clubs. (1985, July-August). Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 2(9), 6.

(With Manning Flaum, Joe Fetherling, and Bob Smith). Our trip to Pennsylvania. 1985, September-October). Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 2(10), 9.

The 1985 M.A.R.C.A. Fair. (1985, September-October). Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 2(10), 9.

Business review. (1985, November-December). Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine.

NCUG mailbox. (1985, November-December). Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 5.

(As “Reggie Ramloose”). A look at new books from “Reggie” D’Ignazio. (1984). In: “Computing for Families,” a column by Fred D’Ignazio. Compute’s! Gazette, 2(11), 70‑74.

(With Rex Thompson). (1984). A hardware method of changing the device number of your 1541 disk drive. Copyright 1985 by Run magazine (unpublished).

Highlights of May Executive Committee meeting. (1984, June). Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 2(1), 13.

(As “Reggie D’Ignazio”). (1984, June). On the road with Reggie D’Ignazio. Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 2(1), 5.

(As “Reggie Ramloose”). (1984, May). A chip-testing machine / Contest: Terrible Names for Computer Games. Nashville Commmodore Users Group Magazine.

(As “Reggie Ramloose”). (1984, April). New product line from Commodore. Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine.

(As “Reggie Ramloose”). (1984, February). Commodore’s new minority BASICs. Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine.

(As “Reggie Ramloose”). (1984, March). Billboard’s hotware. Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine.

Peeks & Pokes: Protected software. (1984, June). Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 2(1), 8-9.

The column without a name. (1984, July). Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 2(2), 21.

(As “Reggie Ramloose”). (1984, July). Mix ‘n’ match. Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 2(2), 21.

Whither the Vic? (1984, August). Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 2(3), 15-16.

The column without a name: String arrays. (1984, September). Nashville Commmodore Users Group Magazine, 2(4), 11-12.

N.C.U.G. mailbox. (1984, September). Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 2(4), 10.

(As “Reggie Ramloose.”) (1984, September). Jetsons: High tech. Flintstones: High touch. Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 2(4), 17-18.

(As “Reggie Ebert and Reggie Siskel). (1984, October). At the computer. Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 2(5), 11-12. Reprinted in Newsletter of Commodore Users Group of Atlanta, July, 1990.

A good time was had by all. (1984, November). Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 2(6), 8.

NCUG mailbox. (1984, June). Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 2(1), 6.

NCUG mailbox. (1984, July). Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 2(2), 4.

NCUG mailbox. (1984, August). Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 2(3), 5-6.

(As “Reggie Ramloose.”). (1984, August). Should you double-side your notebook paper? Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 2(3), 14.

Names of Commodore Users Groups. (1984, September). Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 2(3), 18.

NCUG mailbox. (1984, October). Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 2(5), 9-10.

(As “Reggie Ramloose”). (1984, October). How to put a flat plastic membrane keyboard on your Vic-20 or C-64. Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 2(5), 15-16.

NCUG mailbox. (1984, November). Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 2(6).

(As “Reggie Ramloose). (1984, December). Customer service exchange program. Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 2(7), 6.

(As “Ronnie Ramloose”). (1983, 15 December). A Commodore Christmas. Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine, 1(7). Reprinted in 2(5), October, 1984.

(As “Reggie Ramloose”). (1983, December). Editorial (on the Moral Majority). Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine. Reprinted about 1990 in Commodore Users Group of Atlanta Newsletter.

(As “Reggie Ramloose”). (1983, October). Going binary one better. Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine.

(As “Reggie Ramloose”). (1983, August). The true descender. Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine.

(As “Reggie Ramloose”). (1983, July). Our president. Nashville Commodore Users Group Magazine.

Dead Issue Department. (1983). Alternate Realities, 7, September, 11, 22.

In Marina N. Haan & Richard B. Hammerstrom (Eds.), Reader’s Favorite Graffiti, 127, 135, 146. (1983). Madison, WI: Brown House Galleries, Ltd.

Denny, D. (1982). Walk in my shoes. Breakthrough (Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation), 10(1), 16‑17.

Denny, D. (1981, Sept-Oct). People First. Voice of the Valley (Greene Valley Developmental Center), 1.

 

LETTERS

(With Jamison Green). Letter to Taylor & Francis Publishers RE forthcoming book by Sheila Jeffreys. (2012, 7 June). Read it here.

Letter to National Academy of Sciences. (2003, 25 June). Read it here.

Cause of extinction (Letter to the editor). (2005, 20 May). Gun List, 22(10), 7.

Letter to the editor. (2001, October). Tennessee Vals Newsletter, 9.

ENDA without the “T” is toothless for all (Letter to the editor). (2001, 12 May). Southern Voice, 14(9), 19.

Response to Ted Fleischaker (Letter to the editor). (2000, 29 September). PressPassQ.

Internalized femme-phobia? (Letter to the editor). (1999, 9 December). Southern Voice.

Transgendered won’t stop ENDA (Letter to the editor). (1999, 5 August). Southern Voice, 15.

Transgender humans seek Human Rights Campaign support (Letter to the editor). (1998, 7 May). Southern Voice, 15.

Denny, D. (1998, 23 July). Pat Robertson calling on line one for comfy lesbian (Letter to the editor). Southern Voice, 13.

Response to MD in New Orleans (Letter to the editor). (1998). Ambush, V. 18, No. 5.

Got it backwards. (Letter to the editor). (1997, 18-24 September). CityBeat (Atlanta), 3(44).

Letter to the editor. (1995, April). Playboy, 9.

Letter to the editor. (1995, 16 February. Texas Medicine. Read it here.

Letter to the editor. (1994). TransSisters: The Journal of Transsexual Feminism, 4, 2-3.

Equal rights: Not special rights. (Letter to the editor). (1994, April). Mirror Images, 1-2.

Letter to the editor. (1993). Archives of Sexual Behavior, 22(2), 167-169.

Letter to the editor. Secondary transsexualism: Another viewpoint. (1992, Winter). Femme Mirror, 12-13.

Letter to the editor: My surgical experience. (1992). Alicia’s Girl Talk, 4(10), 10-11.

Letter to the editor: Reply to Janet Christon. (1992, January). GIC Journal, 7.

Letter to the editor. (1991). Gender Euphoria, 5(10), 10.

Letter to the editor. (1991, February). The Human Side (GA Dept. of Human Resources), 2.

 

INTERNET (Selected)

B.C. on Gender: “Us”and “Them.” View here.

Dallas Denny. LinkedIn. See here.

Dallas Denny. Facebook. See here.

Dallas Denny. Twitter. See here.

Notable quotations about laser hair removal. <http://members.aol.com/jokestress/laserquotes.html> (Site no longer exists).

The-Girl-With-No-Name. Advocates for Youth. Read here.

Townes (Song). Towns Van Zandt Memorial Page. View lyrics here.

Transgendered youth at risk for exploitation, HIV, hate crimes. (2003). In Burnaby-New Westminster task Force on the Sexual Exploitation of Children and Youth, Working with sexually exploited youth and youth at risk of sexual exploitation: A handbook, 3-34-36. Burnaby, BC. This paper has been widely reproduced on the internet.

 

FICTION

Night Ride (Short story). (1993). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(7), 35-38. Also published in 2005 in J. Berry, D. Bain, D. Hignutt, T. Farrell, D. Denny, & M. Reynolds, Transsexual anthology. P.O. Box 54016, 1-5762 Highway 7 East, Markham, Ontario, L3P 7Y4, Canada: Double Dragon Publishing.

Damned worm, Part II: Exozoology lesson (Story story).(1995, May). Where Few Have Gone Before, 2(2), 12-15.

Damned worm (Short story). (1994, October). Where Few Have Gone Before, 1(4), 27-30.

The problem (Novel). (1991). Chapter 1 appeared in Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(1), 17-18, 20. Chapters 1-3 appeared in International TranScript, (1991), #7. The first 18 chapters of The Problem were subsequently serialized in Ladylike magazine, issues 19-27, 1994-1999. Chapter one appeared in Amethyst: A Journal for Lesbians and Gay Men, Summer/Fall 1998, 8-9.

A raid on Donahue’s bread (Short story). (1990). Kaleidoscope: International Magazine of Literature, Fine Arts, and Disability. 21, Summer/Fall, 54‑57. Reprinted in 2004 in Celebrating 25 years: A reprise of selected works of poetry & fiction,” Kaleidoscope: Exploring the Experience of Disability Through Literature and the Fine Arts, 1(49), 40-42.

Just another year in Chronic 1A (Short story). (1990). Kaleidoscope: International Magazine of Literature, Fine Arts, and Disability, 20, Winter/Spring, 39‑41. Reprinted in 10th anniversary retrospective issue, Kaleidoscope: International Magazine of Literature, Fine Arts, and Disability. 17, Summer/Fall 1998, 47‑49. Also in C. Donley & S. Buckley (Eds.), The tyranny of the normal. Kent, OH: Kent State University Press.

Beginning year nine in Chronic IA (Short story). (1987, Summer). Illustrated by John Callahan. Whole Earth Review, 55, 112‑114. Originally appeared in (1981, Mockingbird, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN, 8‑12, where it took first prize for fiction.

Debtor’s prison (Short story). (1982). Alternate Realities, 5, October, 19‑21.

The liberation of Uncle Eddy (Short story). (1981). Cumberlands, 18(2), 28‑30.

 

PLAYS

The reunion (Play). (2005). In J. Berry, D. Bain, D. Hignutt, T. Farrell, D. Denny, & M. Reynolds, Transsexual anthology. P.O. Box 54016, 1-5762 Highway 7 East, Markham, Ontario, L3P 7Y4, Canada: Double Dragon Publishing. Also published 1998, September on Transgender Forum.

Down and Coming Out at the Ross Fireproof Hotel. (2004) Unpublished play.

POETRY

A late reply to In Flanders Fields (Poem). (2001, June). Stehekin II, 4.

Sarah in a suitcase (Poem). Gender Quest, (1998, Spring), 3. Reprinted in All The Beautiful People, 8/98, 4. Originally in Fantasia Fair Newsletter, 23 October, 1998, 1(6), 4.

Trash fish (Poem). (ca 1997). Fantasia Fair Newsletter.

They say (Poem). (1996-1997, Winter). Chrysalis: The Journal of Transgressive Gender Identities, 2(4), 3.

Wrong body (for Jason) (Poem). (1995). Chrysalis: The Journal of Transgressive Gender Identities, 2(2), 6.

We are the transgendered (Poem). (1993, Spring). Rites of Passage, 2(1). Reprinted in Cross-Talk, 41, 41.

If for transsexual people (with apologies to Kipling). (Poem). (1991). Chrysalis Quarterly, 1(2), 8.

Masquerading as public works (Poem). (1983, March), #6, 10-11. Illustrated by Philip J. Hawkins. Reprinted in Space Grits (Spring, 1985), 8-9.

Keys (Poem) (1981). Cumberlands, 18(2), 30.

 

SONGS

Perfectly modular male (Song lyrics). (1995). Chrysalis: The journal of Transgressive Gender Identities, 2(2), 6.

Gender bender(Song lyrics). (1992, December). All the Beautiful People, 2.

 

HONORS AWARDS, AND CERTIFICATES

Certificate of Appreciation. (2016). Presented 5 November, 2016 by Transgender Health & Education Assocation, Atlanta, GA.

Connecticut TransAdvocacy Coalition Pioneer Award. (2015). Presented 25 April, 2015 at Transgender Lives Conference, Farmington, CT.

Trans 100 List. (2015). Presented 29 March, 2015 at Trans 100 2015 Live Event in Chicago.

Transgender Pioneer Award. (2008). Presented at Fantasia Fair, Provincetown, MA, October, 2008.

Virginia Prince Lifetime Achievement Award. (2007). Presented at Coming Together, the Annual Conference of the International Foundation for Gender Education, Philadelphia, PA, 11-15 April, 2007.

DeKalb Community Service Board, Certificate of Annual Training. 2007.

Speaker Recognition Award, Madison Area Transgender Association. 2005.

Ms. Fantasia Fair.  (2004). Presented during Fantasia Fair, Provincetown, MA.

Reception at University of Michigan Labadie Special Collections, Hatcher Library, in honor of National Transgender Library & Archive. 25 May, 2004.

DeKalb Community Service Board, Customer Service Award. 29 October, 2003.

The Reunion (Play) selected for production at first Transgender Film Festival of New York. (ca 2003).

DeKalb Community Service Board, Star Employee. 24 October, 2001.

DeKalb Community Service Board, Ace Employee. 29 June, 2000.

Who’s Who in the Transgendered Community, 1993-

Who’s Who in American Women, 2001-

Georgia’s Ultimate Transgender Service Award. Presented by Trans=Action at Southern Comfort Conference, Atlanta, GA, 23 September, 2001.

Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Institute, Instructor Certification. 25 June, 1999.

Internet Movie Database Entry. (1999). See here.

Denny, D. (1998, 29 August). Reception for Dallas Denny, Pioneering Activist & leader in the transgender community, to discuss her work & her new book. Common Language Bookstore, Ann Arbor, MI.

Community Pioneer Award. Presented by It’s Time, Georgia! at 1998 Pride Breakfast, Mary Mac’s Tea Room, Atlanta, GA, 27 June, 1998.

Epilepsy Foundation of America, Georgia Chapter, Inc., Certificate of Completion, Epilepsy Education. 7 February, 1997.

Honorary Grand Marshall, Atlanta Pride. (ca 1997).

Outreach Award. Presented by the Outreach Institute for Gender Studies at Fantasia Fair, Provincetown, MA, October, 1995.

Who’s Who & Resource Guide to the Transgender Community. (1995).

Trinity Award. Presented at the annual conference of the International Foundation for Gender Education, Atlanta, GA, March, 1995.

Texas “T” Party, Certificate of Recognition. 26 February, 1994.

Friend of Tri-Ess Award. Presented at the annual conference of the Society for the Second Self, Atlanta, Georgia, November, 1992.

Atlanta Gender Explorations, Certicate of Transition. 1992.

Gender Publication of the Year. Awarded to Chrysalis Quarterly by Texas “T” Party, February, 1993, San Antonio Texas.

First Place, Talent Contest. September, 1991. Second Annual Southern Comfort Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Inclusion in First & Second Annual Who’s Who in the Cross-Gender Community, 1994 & 1995, Creative Design Services, King of Prussia, PA.

Third Place, poster competition, 2nd Annual Conference, Tennessee Association for Behavior Analysis, October, 1989.

Tennessee State Department of Mental Health & Mental Retardation and Department of Personnel Training Division, Certificate, Improving and Maintaining Employee Relations and Performance. 8 August, 1989.

Honorable Mention, poster competition, 1st Annual Conference, Tennessee Association for Behavior Analysis, October, 1988.

State of Tennessee, Five Years Service, State of Tennessee. 21 June, 1988.

Tennessee State Department of Mental Health & Mental Retardation and Department of Personnel Training Division, Certificate, The Mechanics of Performance Evaluation. 13 April, 1988.

Elected student representative to Admissions Committee. Department of Special Education, George Peabody College of Vanderbilt University, 1985‑1986, 1986‑1987.

Certificate of Appreciation. Association for Retarded Citizens of the United States, July 1985.

Recipient, James G. Blakemore Study Grant. George Peabody College of Vanderbilt University, April, 1984.

Second Place. 1st Annual Educational Programming Contest, Microcomputers in Education, Cumberland Museum and Science Center, Nashville, TN, 7 April, 1984.

Photo selected for display during 1984‑1985 school year. McTyeire International Photographic Competition, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, 1984.

Greene Valley Developmental Center, Certificate of Proficiency, Goal Plan Writing. 31 March, 1982.

First Prize‑‑ Short Fiction. Mockingbird, East Tennessee State University, 24 April, 1981.

Home 2, Inc., Certificate of Appreciation for Sincere and Dedicated Service to Developmentally Disabled Home 2 Residents. 16 December, 1998.

Certificate of Graduation, State of Tennessee Department of Mental Health, Psychiatric Technician I. 3 March, 1973.

Trumpet Duet (with Steve Scott). Two Pals by Buchtel. Grade: B. Junior High School Music Festival, Austin Peay State College, Clarkesville, TN, 30 April – 1 May, 1964.

 

COMPUTER PROGRAMS

BOSCO: Behavioral Observation System, Computerized. Enables real-time data collection and analysis for multiple human behaviors. Used extensively at the Department of Special Education, George Peabody College of Vanderbilt University in the 1980s and 1990s. Runs on Tandy Model 100 and 102 portable computers.

SUPER TRACKER: Enables tracking of eye movements and recording and analysis of data. Used by optometrists and opthalmologists in the 1980s. Ran on Commodore 64 computer.

SIX BITS: Augmentative communication program which enables construction of messages by use of a single switch. Used in 1980s by a single quadraplegic client. Ran on Commodore VIC-20 computer.

COMP-U-BEAM: I translated this APPLE II program, which calculates the strength of assorted beams of various sizes, made of varied materials, for the Commodore 64 computer.

 

CONSULTATIONS (Selected)

Defining Transgender Health Benefits at Acenture Work Group. (2011).

Lapeer Mental Health, Lapeer, MI. (ca 2003). Consulted on behavioral problems of a developmentally delayed adolescent.

Michael E. Gray, Doctoral Committee. Union Institute, January 1999-2002.

Shawn Williams, Doctoral Committee. Union Institute, 2001-2002.

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. (1998, August). Met with Equal Opportunity office and Office of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Affairs to discuss treatment of transgender students and formulation of an antidiscrimination policy.

Consultant, Version 5 of Standards of Care of Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association. (1997).

Parsons State Hospital and School, Parsons, KS. (1989). Provided suggestions for modifying severe problem behaviors of individuals with mental retardation.

Association for Retarded Citizens, National. (1987). Wrote computer program to allow an individual with severe motor impairments (rendering him nonverbal) to speak at the 1987 National Conference of the Civitan Clubs of America.

Association for Retarded Citizens, Tennessee. (1986‑1987). Served as expert witness to testify in court and due process hearings about the levels of intellectual and adaptive functioning of specified individuals. Wrote computer program to allow an individual with severe motor disabilities to speak at the 1986 National Conference of the Association for Retarded Citizens and the 1986 national meeting of the Civitans Clubs.

Association for Retarded Citizens, Davidson County (TN). (1986). Set up computer database to track registration of and send letters of confirmation to more than 1000 participants in the 1986 National Conference of the Association for Retarded Citizens.

Media Production Project, Department of Special Education, George Peabody College of Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN. (1984). Served as computer programmer to help finish time‑limited federally‑funded project. “Borrowed” from state of Tennessee for two weeks.

 

CONFERENCE PLANNING

Founding Member, Southern Comfort Conference Planning Committee, 1990-1991, 1993-1999. Coordinated transsexual track programs, 1995-1998. Coordinated professional track program, 1997-1999.

Committee and Board, Fantasia Fair Planning Committee, 1992-2008, 2013-2015 and program chairperson for several years. Coordinated professional track programs for Fantasia Fair, 1993-1999. Office Manager, Fantasia Fair, 1996-1998. Director, 2001-2007, Director of Programs, 2014-2015.

Officer, Commodore Association of the Southeast, the board started and ran the C.A.S.E. annual trade show.

 

PRINT INTERVIEWS (SELECTED)

Kowalska, Monika. (Forthcoming). Interview with Dallas Denny. Heroines of my life. http://theheroines.blogspot.com/.

Smart, Amy. (2014, 20 March). Trans pioneers to lead University of Victoria symposium. (Victoria) Times-Colonist, C1. Read here or on my website here.

Boyd, H. (2005, 5 October). 5 questions with Dallas Denny. Engender. Read here.

Thomas, Brenner. (2003, 23 October). Dallas talks transgender (cover title) or (Trans)Formations: An interview with one of the transgender community’s most outspoken members.Provincetown Magazine, 26(27), cover, pp. 55, 58-59.

Brown, E. (2004, July). A room of one’s own: Can fiction create its own space within the pages of the LGBT press? PressPassQ, 6(4).

Thomas, B. (2003, 23 October – 26 November). Dallas talks transgender: (Trans)formations: An interview with one of the transgender community’s most outspoken members. Provincetown Magazine, 26(27), 55, 58-59.

Smith, J.J. (2002, 27 September). New survey changes trans politics, activists say. Southern Voice, 4.

Bolin, A., & Whelehan, P. (1999). In Perspectives on human sexuality, p. 289. Albany: State University of New York Press.

Henetz, P. (1997, 26 October). Of men, women, and those living somewhere in between. Salt Lake Tribune.

Gardner, Angela. (1998, July). Interview with Dallas Denny. Renaissance News. Reprinted in Transgender Forum.

Israel, Gianna. (2001). Dallas Denny: A public person speaks out. In G. Israel & D. Tarver, Transgender care, pp. 118-120. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Shaberg, Mindy. (1994, March). Shattering the glass slipper: The reconstruction of gender. LRC Communication News (Seattle, WA), 7-8.

Sugg, John. (1995, April). The third sex. Esquire, 123(4), 102-114.

Roberts, Joanne. (1992). Interview for International TransScript.

Walker, Joe. (1991, 7 June). Talk-Back Atlanta Radio.

Roberts, Mike. (1991, 11 September). Mike Roberts Show (Radio).

 

AUDIO INTERVIEWS (SELECTED)

StoryCorps Interview. (2012). Listen here.

Nancy, Gordene & Ethan chat with attendees at the longest running transgender event, including visits with Mara Keisling, Dallas Denny, Holly Boswell, Miqqi Gilbert, and many more. (2005, 22 October). GenderTalk Web Radio #533.

Dallas Denny, Transgender Tapestry editor and longtime trans community commentator, on her upcoming run for office, Fantasia Fair, and more. (2005, 13 August). GenderTalk Web Radio #523.

Dallas Denny, transgender academic, activist and editor of Transgender Tapestry magazine, on transgenderism in the 90’s. (2003, 28 April). GenderTalk Web Radio #407.

Dallas Denny, respected writer, activist and Transgender Tapestry journal editor, guides us through the last 50 years of trans history. (2003, 6 January). GenderTalk Web Radio #393.

Dallas Denny, transsexual writer, activist, and new editor of Transgender Tapestry magazine. (1999, 27 December). GenderTalk Web Radio#238.

TS Menace founder Riki Anne Wilchins, gender in the workplace, and Dallas Denny. (1998, 29 July). GenderTalk Web Radio #164.

Listen to all GenderTalk interviews here.

 

COVER AND SPLASH PAGE QUOTATIONS FOR BOOK PROMOTIONS (SELECTED)

Blumenstein, R. (2003). Branded T. 1st books <www.1stbooks.com>.

Boenke, M. (1999). Trans forming families: Real stories about transgendered loved ones. Imperial Beach, CA: Walter Trook Publishing. Also in 2nd ed., 2002.

Erhardt, V. (2007). Head over heels: Wives who stay with cross-dressers and transsexuals. Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Press.

Green, J. (2004). Becoming a visible man. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press.

Israel, G., & Tarver, D. (1998). Transgender care: Recommended guidelines, practical information, and personal accounts. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.

Karasic, D., & Drescher, J. (Eds.). (2006). Sexual and gender diagnoses of the diagnostic and statistical manual (DSM): A reevaluation. Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Press.

Lev, A.I. (2003). Transgender emergence: Therapeutic guidelines for working with gender-variant people and their families. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press.

 

SELECTED PRESS

Dallas Denny. Wikipedia. Read here.

Dallas Denny named 2009 Transgender Pioneer. (2009, 1 August). Real Life Experiences, Inc. Read here.

Dallas Denny: Psychologist, writer, activist. A Gender Variance Who’s Who. Read here.

Library acquires materials on transsexual/transgender movement. (2001, 13 August). The University Record (U. Michigan), 9.

Smart, Amy. (2014, 21 March). Trans pioneers to lead forum: UVic symposium features “accidental activist” whose path in rights movement began in early ‘60s. Victoria Times-Colonist (British Columbia), C1. Online here.

Kowalska, Monika. (2014, 1 April). Interview with Dallas Denny. The Heroines of My Life. Available online here.

Transgender identity: The transition. (2013, 16 November). http://carlytubs21.wordpress.com/2013/11/13/transgender-identity-the-transition/

Moore, Michelle. (2009, 24 December). TG history: Butcher, John Ronald Brown, Part 2. Transgender Forum.

Activists vow fight in Cobb over name change denial. (1999, 16 September). Southern Voice, 23.

Brown, E. (2004, July). A room of one’s own: Can fiction create a space for itself within the pages of the GLBT press? Press Pass Q: A Newsletter for the Gay and Lesbian Press Professional, (6)4.

Brown, L. (1999, 16 September). Cobb judge denies transgender name change: Trans advocacy group attributes denial to “trickle down” effect from county’s anti-gay resolution. Southern Voice, 1, 22.

Brown, L. (1999, 30 September). Southern Comfort calls for transgender pride. Southern Voice, 35.

Cole, S. (2005, Summer). Trans history made in Ann Arbor. Transgender Tapestry, 1(107), 26-29.

Conference offers insight on gay, transgender youth. (1999, 1 October). Etcetera, 18.

Dallas Denny is featured speaker at the Magnolia Ball. (1999, June). The Pink Slip (Kappa Beta Chapter of the Society for the Second Self), 1, 10.

Henitz, P. (1997, 26 October). Of men, women, and those living somewhere in between. Salt Lake Tribune.

Henkin, B. (1994, June). Review of Identity Management in Transsexualism by Dallas Denny. Gender Euphoria (Boulton & Park Society, 8(4), 2.

Henry, S. (2002, 19-25 June). A stranger in my pants: A man near you is having his own vagina monologue. Is trannie chic far behind? Creative Loafing, cover, 34-39.

Hudson, Z. (2005,11 March). Trans woman receives five-year sentence in “pumping” case: Three others await trial in case over December 2003 death. Southern Voice, 11.

Library acquires materials on transsexual/transgender movement. (2001, 13 August). The University Record (U. Michigan), 9.

Notable quotes about laser hair removal. http://members.aol.com/jokestress/laserquotes.html.

Seely, C. (2005, 19 March). Officials investigate silicone death: Transgendered woman dies after illicit silicone. Southern Voice, 6.

Seely, C. (2005, 2 April). Four arrested for silicone injections in south Ga. Southern Voice, 6.

Smith, J. (2001, 2 November). Trans activist runs for Pine Lake City Council. Southern Voice, 9.

Smith, J. (2002, 27 September). New survey changes trans politics, activists say: Southern Comfort conference “huge success,” according to organizers. Southern Voice, 4.

 

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