OTHER OUTPUTS (IN SEXUALITY AND GENDER, 2000- )

 

 

 

 

    Consultancy reports.

 

  Winter (2012). 'What to do about those weirdoes over there in Block F65?' http://web.hku.hk/~sjwinter/WHO_ICD_F65/  Submitted to WHO Working Group on Sexual Disorders and Sexual Health, June.

  Winter,S.  (2012) ‘With disorder in mind’: the HIV case for removal of transgender diagnoses from ICD Chapter 5. Commissioned by and submitted to UNAIDS HQ, Geneva. November.

  Winter. (2012) ‘With reform in mind’; advocating removal of transgender diagnoses from ICD Chapter 5. Commissioned by and submitted to UNAIDS HQ, Geneva. November.

  Winter,S. (2013). 'It's time for change: towards a gender recognition ordinance for Hong Kong' Submitted to Professional Commons (Hong Kong) and to Pink Alliance,  and adopted as policy papers by both organisations

 

Miscellaneous other outputs

 

 

Winter,S. review of ‘O Au No Keia: Voices from Hawai'i's Mahu and Transgender Communities’ by Andrew Matzner. USA: XLibris Corporation.

Intersections 8, October, 2002.

 

Winter, S. Sleeve notes for  Teh Y.K. (2002) The Mak Nyahs: Malaysian male to female transsexuals. Singapore: Eastern Universities Press.

 

Winter,S. (2002) An Overview of Transgender in Asia.

On TransgenderASIA website URL:web.hku.hk/~sjwinter/TransgenderASIA

 

Winter,S. (2002) Thirteen General Propositions about Transgender in Asia

On TransgenderASIA website URL:web.hku.hk/~sjwinter/TransgenderASIA

 

Winter,S. (2002) Why are there so many Kathoey in Thailand?

On TransgenderASIA website URL:web.hku.hk/~sjwinter/TransgenderASIA

 

Reprinted in ‘The Alliance’, a newsletter for the Gender Alliance of the South Sound (GASS), Tacoma, WA, USA.

 

Winter,S. (2002) Some Thoughts on Cross-Cultural Research into Transgender

On TransgenderASIA website URL:web.hku.hk/~sjwinter/TransgenderASIA

 

Winter,S. (2002) Counting Kathoey

On TransgenderASIA website URL:web.hku.hk/~sjwinter/TransgenderASIA

 

Winter,S. (2002) Country Report: Thailand

On TransgenderASIA website URL:web.hku.hk/~sjwinter/TransgenderASIA

 

Winter,S. (2002) Hong Kong: Social and cultural issues

On TransgenderASIA website URL:web.hku.hk/~sjwinter/TransgenderASIA

 

Winter,S. (2003) Language and Identity in Transgender: Gender wars and the case of the Thai kathoey

On TransgenderASIA website URL:web.hku.hk/~sjwinter/TransgenderASIA

 

Winter,S. (2003) Kui: A personal account of transgender in Thailand

On TransgenderASIA website URL:web.hku.hk/~sjwinter/TransgenderASIA

 

Winter,S. (2003) Nay: A personal account of transgender in Thailand

On TransgenderASIA website URL:web.hku.hk/~sjwinter/TransgenderASIA

 

Winter,S. (2003) Note: A personal account of transgender in Thailand

On TransgenderASIA website URL:web.hku.hk/~sjwinter/TransgenderASIA

 

Winter,S. (2003). Nun: A personal account of transgender in Thailand

On TransgenderASIA website URL:web.hku.hk/~sjwinter/TransgenderASIA

 

Winter, S.(2005) Transsexuals.

A public education leaflet produced for TEAM (Transgender Equality and Acceptance Movement) and funded by HAB (Home Affairs Bureau of the Government of Hong Kong)

 

Winter,S. (2005)  Review of Draft Clinical Guidelines for ‘Sexual Health Care of Men who Have Sex with Men and Transgender People in Asia’.

USA: Family Health International.

 

Winter,S. and Doussantousse,S (2006). Predictors of Mental Health in a Sample of Transwomen in Laos: a preliminary report.

On TransgenderASIA website URL:web.hku.hk/~sjwinter/TransgenderASIA

 

Winter,S. (2006). Living in Limbo. G Magazine. Hong Kong. June. pp8-10

 

Winter,S. (2006). The Asian transgendered experience.

Campaigning, No.121, published by the International Lesbian and Gay Association (no page numbers).

 

Winter,S. (2007). Transphobia: A price worth paying for Gender Identity Disorder?

Both text and automated Powerpoint presentation on TransgenderASIA website URL:web.hku.hk/~sjwinter/TransgenderASIA

 

Text reprinted, following request by webmaster of GenderCare, on the GenderCare website (Brazil)

 

Text translated into Thai, following request by Paisarn Likhitpreechakul; published on TransgenderASIA,

 

Text to be reprinted in ‘Polare’, edited by Katharine Cummings and published by the New South Wales Gender Centre, Sydney, Australia.

 

Winter,S (2008) Transpeople in Thailand: acceptance or oppression.

On TransgenderASIA website: URL: web.hku.hk/~sjwinter/TransgenderASIA

 

       Thai version (translated by Kosum Omphornuwat) also on site.

 

The Working Group for the Transgender Project: South and South-East Asia

(Baudh, S., Oetomo,D,, Maboloc, G., Slamah, K., De Guzman, M., Winter, S., Satya, R., Pant, S., Khilji, T., Teh Y.K.) ,  Working paper. April  2008.

The South and South-East Asian Resource Centre on Sexuality.

 

     Winter,S. and Conway, L. (2011). How many transpeople are there? An update incorporating new data.

     On TransgenderASIA website URL:web.hku.hk/~sjwinter/TransgenderASIA

 

     Winter,S. (2012). Foreword to Leung,J. (2012) Gossip boys and girls: domestic transgender reading manual -

     Hong Kong version. Hong Kong:

     Transgender  Resource Center.

 

 

 

 

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