Tag Archives: sexual transformation

For what are corporations responsible when it comes to transgender health benefits?

NOTE: It is impossible to ask whether or not corporations should be responsible for transgender health care coverage without first asking whether or not corporations should be responsible for health care coverage at all. For the purposes of this BQR, … Continue reading

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Bioethics: Whose Body is it Anyway?

Whose Body is it Anyway? Sexual Transformation in Germany (1890 – 1933) Presenter: Sander L. Gilman, Emory Univeristy Respondent: Max Cavitch Gilman focused a great amount of his presentation on the story of Karl M. Baer and uses this to … Continue reading

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Bioethics: Sexual Transformation in Germany

The session I attended during the Bioethics, Sexuality, Gender Identity National Conference was called “Whose Body Is It Any Way?: Sexual Transformation in Germany, 1890-1933.” The name of the speaker was Sander L. Gilman, professor of Psychiatry at Emory University. … Continue reading

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