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  1. Interview with Barms

    Collection: Audio and Video, Clips and Transcripts
    Institution: NYC Trans Oral History Project
    Creator: Barms
    Date: May 17, 2019
    Topics: Anarchism, Anthropology, Anti-transgender violence, Art history, Autism spectrum disorders, Bars, Bisexual identity, Bisexuality, Childhood, Children, Christianity, Class struggle, Clubs, Coming out, Communism, Construction workers, Disabilities, Femininity, Gender, Gender diversity, Gender dysphoria, Gender role, Gentrification, Hate speech, Homophobia, Internet, Labour movement, Marxism, Masculinity, Mental disorders, New Left, People with disabilities, Performance art, Pronoun, Relationships (LGBTQ), Religions, Sexuality, Socialism, Solidarity, Surgery, Transgender community, Transgender people, Transitioning (Transgender), Transphobia, Writers
    Subject: 9/11 Terror Attacks, A Red Bloom, Chris O'Feeley, Me Too Movement, Michael Bloomberg, Pratt Institute, Queer Workers Project, Rudy Guiliani, Sam Goody, True Scum
    Description: Barms is a construction worker apprentice and a communist. In this interview, they discuss the role of philosophy and abstract thinking for themselves and many trans people as a strategy of managin...
  2. P-Form Issue 23 (Fall 1991)

    Collection: Zines
    Institution: Queer Zine Archive Project
    Creator: Brodzik, Lester
    Date: Autumn 1991
    Topics: Crossdressing, Drag, Interviews, Lesbian culture, Lesbians, Performance art, Reviews
    Subject: Gurlene & Gurlette Hussey, Joan Jett Black, Michael Palmer, Paris Is Burning
    Description: From Page 4 of the document: "P-FORM, published quarterly , is dedicated to the development and understanding of performance art, as well as to building critical dialogue in Chicago. P-FORM is ...
  3. Sunday Punch at Camp Polk

    Collection: ONE Archives Online Materials
    Institution: ONE Archives at the USC Libraries
    Date: 1951
    Topics: Army, Crossdressing, Performance art
    Description: A "Sunday Punch" performance at Service Club #1 at Camp Polk, Louisianna. The event was played to a capacity crowd of "nearly 800 enthusiastic serviemen." Edgar Sandifer is second from the left. 1951.