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Contents - Previous document - Next document. I have to say that there continued to be rousing disputes over many years about the dominance of men in the movement, about the resistance of men to change, about the difficulty of the movement — and this comes from men and women — to accept trans people, difficulty to accept bisexual people, because they were not one thing or the other, which was the argument put forward at the time.
McGuinness has identified Alan Ayckbourn's play Bedroom Farce, which he directed in , as an influence on the split stage of Observe the Sons of Ulster4. His speech in the National Assembly on the subject is published and widely read and studied in France.
Laurence Hérault has highlighted the fact that, unlike for same-sex families, the familial and parental ties of transgender persons have until now raised little interest among scholars. Côté, I.