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Alex Nelson, left, completed his transition from female to male many years ago and is planning his wedding to Tamar Jackson, a woman he has known for many years.
Among the activities Nelson and Jackson enjoy is riding together on Nelson's motorcycle.
Twin Cities Pride and Gender Reel Minnesota present three amazing nights of free film screenings and Q&A’s — 4/5, 4/12 and 4/26.
All films will be shown at Sateren Auditorium on the Augsburg College campus in Minneapolis. 4/5/17: Gender Revolution: A Journey with Katie Couric (7 – 9 pm).
To educate herself and viewers, Couric, introduces the viewer to the people “behind the headlines” k/ Additional screening nights: 4/12/17: FREE CECE! This powerful story highlights the experience of Ce Ce Mc Donald, a local, 28-year-old African American, bi-trans woman and LGBTQ activist convicted of second-degree manslaughter after defending herself against a man who assaulted her outside a Minneapolis bar in 2012.
To discuss the suitability of group or to schedule an interview please call The Center for Women's Group Therapy at 612-802-1405.
The Center for Women's Group Therapy, established in 2005, offers psychodynamic, all issues group psychotherapy for all women.
Our groups are limited to 8 members, include women of all orientations, and meet weekly.
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Nelson knew early in life that he was a boy trapped in a girl’s body.