Trans Day of Visibility March 23, 2013 – Time to shine!

Everyone is Welcome at the Transgender Day of Visibility!

This is our third year celebrating and recognizing the wonders and joys of the Trans community in the south bay area! The Transgender Day of Visibility is an international event that serves as a complement to the Transgender Day of Remembrance.

3-6 pm: Social, Panels, art show, video games, open mic

7-11 pm: Cocktail party & dance – fundraiser for the DeFrank

Trans Day of Visibility! Billy DeFrank LGBT Community Center, 938 The Alameda, San Jose
* No cover * Social * Art show (contact: to display your art) * Indie computer video games * the unexpected!

3:00 pm: Doors open

3:15 pm: Keynote by Dr. Bowers

4:00 pm: Panels begin– * Friends & Family w/Diana Heideman * Sex Reassignment Surgery  w/Dr. Marci Bowers *  Physical & Psychological Effects of Hormones w/ Dr. Charles Moser * Get Involved with Politics w/ Adam Spickler * Trans Life with Prof. Wiggsy Siverston * Police Auditor Services w/ Judge Ladoris Cordell

5:30 pm: Open mic, featuring Amy Dentata

Cocktail Party & Dance; 1343 A The Alameda by Char’s Hair
$15; proceeds to the Billy DeFrank LGBT Community Center * Get dressed up and let your hair down!

*Socializing * Light Appetizers * Entertainment and Presentations, with Comedian Ariel Smith * Music and Dancing * No Host Bar * Raffles

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3 Responses to “Trans Day of Visibility March 23, 2013 – Time to shine!”

  • Comment from Carole Parker

    Lance –
    I notice that the event has an Art Show. Would my hand dyed scarves be appropriate for this audience? Is space still available?

    • Comment from Lance Moore

      Hi Carole-

      The focus is on art by or about trans people, but there is some room for allies too. Please contact Miki about room (there’s an email addy in the announcement). 🙂


  • I am a medical assistant. I am interested in the possibility of continuing education credits from the presentations by Dr. Marci Bowers, Dr. Charles Moser, and perhaps even Professor Wiggsy Stiverson. For this, I will need some kind of written confirmation that I attended the presentations. Signatures by the presenters on a certificate produced and provided by me would probably suffice, and it would be up to me to get the California Certifying Board for Medical Assistants to accept the signatures for continuing education credits.

    Is any or all of this possible? Please respond. Thank you very much for your cooperation, for your counsel, and for your assistance in this matter.

    Very truly yours,

    Raoul B. Salem, CCMA-AC

    Raoul B. Salem
    Apartment 308
    1614 Hudson Street
    Redwood City, California 94061-2956
    home telephone: (650)368-4998
    electronic mail: rbsalem@ComCast.NET

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