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Polare Magazine & Archives

First published by the Gender Centre in 1993, Polare Magazine has developed a reputation of being a vital source of information, news, views, opinions and stories for transgender people and others within the sex and gender diverse communities.

Polare Magazine is published quarterly in Australia by The Gender Centre Inc. which is funded by the Department of Family & Community Services under the S.A.A.P. program and supported by the N.S.W. Health Department through the AIDS and Infectious Diseases Branch. Polare provides a forum for discussion and debate on gender issues. Unsolicited contributions are welcome, the editor reserves the right to edit such contributions without notification. Any submission which appears in Polare may be published on our internet site. Opinions expressed in this publication do not necessarily reflect those of the Editor, The Gender Centre Inc., the Department of Family & Community Services or the N.S.W. Department of Health.

Polare Magazines are available for download from The Gender Centre, and are available in PDF format. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader or similar to view and print P.D.F. files. If you don't have Acrobat Reader you can download it for free at the Adobe website.

August 1998

Gender Mirrors; Boys Will Be Girls; Access Plus, Spanning Identities

June 1998

The Seahorse Society; Coming-Out Whole; The Hermaphrodite Soul

April 1998

A Quality of Life Issue; Rich Man, Poor Man, Transsexual Woman, Spiritual Transgendering

February 1998

Mardi Gras Memories; Trapped in the Body of a Man; Perspectives on Transition

December 1997

A Fabulous Child's Story; Childhood and Gender Identity Development Repressive Abuse

October 1997

Trans Equity; Transgender Folk Are Creative Folk; Achieving Personal Success

August 1997

Fitness & Nutrition; Some Thoughts on Transition; Transitioning on the Job

June 1997

What Public Opinion Can Do; Almost Heaven, My Vagina; What are Dads Made Of?

April 1997

What is Gender; Wendy Carlos Revisited; Transsexual Acceptance

February 1997

Elvis Herselvis Part Two, Transgender Liberation & Care, Medicine, the Facts

December 1996

Elvis Herselvis Part One; Why Gender Issues? Why Now?; The Year in Perspective

October 1996

The Difference Between Health & Politics; Education, Employment and Changing Gender

August 1996

Transsexuals in Italy; Theories of Gender; Pesticides Cause Gender Change

June 1996

Famous Trannies; Lower Surgery; Sentencing Given on Significant Transgender Case

April 1996

Switched on Wendy; Trapped in the Wrong Sex; Realities, Wayne & Cheryl

 
 
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