Wockner, Rex
March 2001
Bay Windows;3/22/2001, pN.PAG
Provides information on laws repealed by the Australian state of Tasmania that banned men from wearing women's clothing on March 13, 2001. Comments from transgender activist Ros Houston on the move; Information on Section 8(1)d of the 1935 Tasmanian Police Offences Act.


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