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  • Transgender historian and critical theorist Susan Stryker directed and produced an experimental documentary film about Jorgensen, titled Christine in the Cutting Room.Christine Jorgensen-Wikipedia
  • In 1998, the board hired the first paid executive director, Susan Stryker, Ph.D. Stryker was succeeded in 2003 by an acting interim executive director, Daniel Bao, who served until the board hired Terence Kissack, Ph.D., in 2004.GLBT Historical Society-Wikipedia
  • Early members of the group, while not hiding their masculine features or facial hair, are characterized by San Francisco gay community historian Susan Stryker as the embodiment of "genderfuck".Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence-Wikipedia
  • It was titled "Lesbian and Gay History", and Susan Stryker discussed her experience the conference as a reference point of the climate of the LGBT community during the early transgender movement.CLAGS: The Center for LGBTQ Studies-Wikipedia
  • According to Susan Stryker, Compton's Cafeteria riot was "the first known incident of collective militant queer resistance to police harassment in U.S. history."Compton's Cafeteria riot-Wikipedia
  • The Alan Horsfall lecture was given by Professor Susan Stryker of the University of Arizona.LGBT History Month-Wikipedia

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