FTM 2006: A Gender Odyssey - Seattle, WA
FTM 2006: A Gender Odyssey is a national conference for masculine-identified people who were assigned female gender at birth. It is place for us to gather together, share our lives, learn from one another, and celebrate our communities.
This conference offers a variety of workshops and discussions addressing the practical aspects of trans lives. Accompanying events include a vendor fair, art exhibit, BBQ, cabaret, all-ages dance, and more.
This conference is open to all who are interested.
FTM 2006: A Gender Odyssey
PMB# 796, 1122 E Pike St
Seattle, WA 98122
SEATTLE, WA: FTM 2006: A Gender Odyssey
DEADLINE APPROACHING FOR WORKSHOP SUBMISSIONS!!
There are only a few days left to submit your workshop submissions or suggestions! Email or post-mark your submissions by April 30th. If you have questions or need assistance with your submission, please email the workshop committee at [email protected].
Gender Odyssey is a national conference for masculine-identified people who were assigned female gender at birth as well as our friends, allies, and families. This conference offers a variety of workshops and discussions addressing the practical and personal aspects of trans lives. Accompanying events include a vendor fair, art exhibit, BBQ, film festival, and more. THIS CONFERENCE IS OPEN TO ANYONE!
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April 30thWorkshop submission deadline
May 31stScholarship applications due
June 16thDeadline for interpreter services and child care
July 31stSpecial group rate deadline at Silver CloudBroadway
Film Festival Update!
TRANSLATIONS will provide a Pacific NW venue for the transgender community to screen films that relate to our life experiences & identities. Weve received a large number of submissions from all over the country with even a few outside the U.S. Be a part of Seattles first ever trans film festival! Produced in collaboration with Three Dollar Bill Cinema.
Who Are We?
Committee bios are on the website. www.transconference.org/background/bios.htm