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Daily Schedule for Friday March 09, 2018

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9:00A Makeup for Blending in Elizabeth Taylor Ash

Makeup artist Elizabeth Taylor will demonstrate how to create and apply natural-looking makeup. The goal is to help transgender women across the gender spectrum blend in mainstream settings like shopping malls, restaurants, and the workplace. Beth will draw from her five years of experience working with transgender women at her Washington, DC makeover and photography studio. Audience participation and questions are encouraged.
9:00A But you Lied To Me - A Way to Work Through the Emotions (SOs Only) Continuing Education Spouse/SO Program Ms. Susan Bienvenu Birch

Ms. Susan
This is a seminar for the SOs about the emotional tumult created by the announcement by their spouse of the intention to present as, or to transition, to the opposite gender. Some SOs do not have support that understands both perspectives, that being, the elation of the transitioning spouse juxtaposed with the angst of the SO. Something that I have heard expressed is that the SO was lied to and that the transitioning spouse 'hid this from me'. Betrayal is another term used. Although I can see that perspective, I think there is a healthier point of view that can also allow the SO to process the situation and move beyond this. A lot of SOs have heard the cleansed version "I was just so upset" of the SO, but not the full on development of the emotional state over time. At every step during the way, the SO often feels that things won't get better, can't get better and just might get worse. But as we all know, there are many outcomes and just about all of them are positive. The workshop is SOs only to allow these attendees the opportunity to discuss this particular aspect - the sense of betrayal - in a room without feeling the need to edit.
9:00A One Size Does Not Fit All – Building A Better Support Group Corinne Goodwin Chestnut

Have you ever wanted more from your local support group? Would you like to start one in your area?

One size does not fit all in the trans community and whether it is information, social activities, activism or access to resources, nowadays, many trans people are looking for more than a monthly meeting when they join a transgender support group. Like many support groups, Lehigh Valley Renaissance has seen rapid growth over the past few years – increasing its reach by over 16 times – and that has created new challenges and opportunities.

In this interactive seminar, participants will learn how LV Renaissance undertook its effort to expand its services to include trans women, trans men, queer folk, trans youth, parents of trans children and the Cis community. We will also share and discuss the challenges support groups face for the future, best practices and opportunities.

This is a perfect opportunity for people to share their vision for what they are looking for in terms of support activities – Why not join us!
9:00A Financial Literacy 101: Making Real “Money Moves” Family & Youth Program Transmasculine Program K. Kenneth Davis Dogwood

K. Kenneth
Financial illiteracy is a silent epidemic that is plaguing LGBT youth and adults of America today. Statistics show that when LGBT youth are forced to be on their own as a result of rejection from their families’ and/or societal discrimination, many do not know how to survive, let alone thrive. For example, a large number of LGBT youth and adults are unemployed, or underemployed without proper health benefits, subjected to living below the poverty line, and the most devastating, homeless. To help combat this preventable epidemic, the financial literacy workshop utilizes creative, entertaining, and relevant methods to educate LGBT youth and young adults on the importance of financial literacy. This workshop not only provides education but also equips them with the necessary financial tools to become financially independent. After completing the workshop, participants will be able to make informed financial decisions, properly manage their money, and gain lifelong skills that will help them endure any financial crisis they may encounter. Most importantly, the financial literacy workshop and its curriculum directly responds to the unique needs of LGBT youth and young adults and prepares them to not just survive, but thrive.
9:00A How to Transition Successfully on the Job Family & Youth Program Transmasculine Program Spouse/SO Program Ms. Victoria Datta Elm

Ms. Victoria
This workshop gives transgender individuals who are seeking to transition on the job the necessary tools to reach their goal successfully. In the presentation, we will review 1. The Basics (you need to address when considering transition on the job), 2. The Plan (you need to create), 3. The Execution (how to realize your plan), 4. The Adjustment (it's not all rainbows and unicorns, be prepared), 5. The Integration (remember it's a journey not a single date). This Workshop has been adopted into Federal Govt., I myself along with many others who have attended my workshop in prior years have used it to successfully transition in their own workplace.
9:00A Body and Brain Yoga Family & Youth Program Transmasculine Program Spouse/SO Program Ms. Emelda Nim Hemlock

Ms. Emelda
This class will concentrate on light stretching, proper breathing, meditation, relaxation and an introduction to Tai Chi. Loose and comfortable clothing such as Yoga pants, sweat pants, T-shirt and socks are needed, Shorts are not recommended. The class will slowly progress from simple stretching to prepare for further exercise, instruction on proper breathing and explanation why proper breathing is important everyday. You'll be taught ways to relax and meditate for everyday life, and accumulation of energy. Introduction to Tai Chi to show further ways to relax and focusing on rebalancing your body.
9:00A A New Era - More Options for the Transfeminine Patient in the Pursuit of Patient-Centered Care Continuing Education Family & Youth Program Dr. Sidhbh Gallagher Salon C

Dr. Sidhbh
Gender confirmation surgeons are recognizing the importance of patient-centered care in the treatment of gender dysphoria. In this workshop aimed at patients, their families and providers, Dr Gallagher will outline the range of less well-known surgical options for the trans-feminine patient. These range from non-operative facial feminization to individualized bottom surgery techniques. Dr Gallagher will also discuss advances in post-operative care of MTF patients using a multidisciplinary approach, in particular the role of pelvic floor physical therapy. Finally, she will discuss her teams ongoing efforts to improve patient education and modernize surgical transition.
9:00A WPATH (World Professional Association for Transgender Health), the Standards of Care, and Counseling the Trans-Identified Patient Continuing Education Family & Youth Program Educator's Program Transmasculine Program Dr. Michele Angello Salon D

Dr. Michele
The presentation will identify the recommended requirements to be met prior to medical transition as well as the counselling process gender specialists use to determine the need for transitional treatment methods.
9:00A Will Religion Trump Your Transgender Rights? Family & Youth Program Educator's Program Transmasculine Program Rachel Alpert Salon E

Opponents of LGBT rights are back in the Supreme Court. Last year they pressed the Supreme Court to invalidate transgender bathroom rights. (The administration change sent that case into limbo.) Now, shepherding a Colorado baker into the Supreme Court as a religious freedom champion for refusing to make a cake for a gay couple, they are pressing religious and “free speech” exceptions from all federal AND state anti-discrimination laws. What will happen to transgender – and all LGBT - rights?
10:00A Interactive Posing Workshop in the Dog and Pony Lounge: Portraits Included Mrs. Cassandra Storm Dog & Pony Lounge

Mrs. Cassandra
Do you want to look better in your selfies and pictures with your friends? Do you know the difference in how to pose more feminine or masculine in your pictures? Learn everything you need to know to take the perfect picture when you are home or out on the town with this fun, interactive posing workshop. This seminar will include live, interactive demonstrations on how to pose sitting, standing, in groups of all sizes and with various props and accessories. This seminar will take place in the Dog and Pony Lounge with class participants as models at the bar and restaurant tables. Bring your camera and cell phones and get your picture photographed on Cassandra’s camera as well. Portraits taken during the seminar will be gifted to seminar participants. $69 per participant. Small class size with limited availability. Pre-registration and payment recommended, contact Cassandra Storm via email at to register.
10:30A How Do I Take Care of Me Without Forgetting About You? Continuing Education Family & Youth Program Transmasculine Program Spouse/SO Program Amy Keisling Ash

The trans journey requires a tremendous amount of self-focus in order to navigate its twists and turns. Your relationships with friends and loved ones can ease the pain of traveling this path alone, but sometimes it can be hard to remember to nurture these connections. This workshop will focus on exploring the challenges participants have faced in navigating relationships during the trans journey.
10:30A Children and Gender Family & Youth Program Educator's Program Transmasculine Program Spouse/SO Program Marc Strawderman Birch

This workshop focuses on how fluid children’s perspective of gender is. It is addressed how children are more likely to accept a person’s gender than some adults. Research articles and Marc’s personal experiences are used for evidence of this. Marc will also address what it is like raising children while transitioning.
10:30A Navigating the Legal Name Change Process in Pennsylvania Family & Youth Program Transmasculine Program Iveliz Crespo Chestnut

A legal name change affirms identity, and improves safety and security. To obtain a legal name change in Pennsylvania, an applicant must submit a petition to the court. This workshop will review the steps in the court’s process, explain what one will need to begin and complete that process, and provide information about assistance that is available.
10:30A Transition in Communities Family & Youth Program Transmasculine Program Spouse/SO Program Ms. Lilia Weber Dogwood

Ms. Lilia
Decades ago, the model for a transgender person to transition was to effectively go into a self-designated witness protection program and sever all connections to their previous identity. That path had huge costs to the individual and isn't the generally accepted model anymore. Lilia, the presenter, will discuss a path of transition where one stays connected to their full life. Our goal shouldn't be limited to be the gender we need to be but to be all the person we are meant to be. Lilia will present her experience with her transition process and the communities that have given her strength and help her stay grounded during life’s events and ongoing transition. The workshop will have time for group discussion and sharing of communities of strength. What communities give you strength?
10:30A Transgender Military Service in the Trump Era Continuing Education Bree Fram Elm

On June 30th, 2016 the Department of Defense announced the end of the ban on transgender military service. Since then the transgender military community has experienced elation and anticipation followed by uncertainty, concern, and trepidation. We celebrated the announcement of open service, but recognized there was a lot of work still to be done on the practical implementation of the policy over the next few months. With the emergence of policy, people began engaging with the process and discovered there was still widespread disparity in information and results. After the election uncertainty, doubt, and fear about attempts to roll-back the policy change crept into the conversation. Then the tweets came for us. This workshop will discuss the past year of events surrounding transgender military service. We’ll cover the President's attempt to roll back the clock, the legal challenges, policy and even some success stories that have occurred. We’ll also discuss the current environment, where we go from here, and have Q&A with currently serving transgender members of the armed services.
10:30A Together But in Our Own Time--When both Parent and Child Transition Mr. Nick Greiner
Ms. Sibil Mae Greiner

Mr. Nick

Ms. Sibil
Mae Greiner
Though transitioning is a deeply personal and introspective process, it doesn’t occur in a vacuum. It is as distinct an experience to transition as it is to be the parent, child, partner or friend of someone who is. My mother, Sibil, and I are fortunate because we began our social and medical transitions less than two years apart. As we transition together, we have a unique opportunity to learn about ourselves, each other, and the differing challenges we face. Our individual perspectives are rooted within the context of our own experiences. It is not only the similarities that deepen our bond and understanding, but also the contrasts. Parent to child, Baby Boomer to Generation X, MtF and FtM. Our experience has been enlightening in many ways, not the least, learning that even when you are trans* you can still learn something about being an ally.
10:30A IT'S NOT Not Natural – The Biology of Sex and Gender Continuing Education Family & Youth Program Educator's Program Transmasculine Program Spouse/SO Program Dr. Brenda Vulpes Salon C

Dr. Brenda
The title makes reference to the frequent assertion that being transgender is not natural. Statements such as, “it goes against the laws of nature”, reflect a lack of understanding of sexual expression in the natural world. This raises the question, what do sex and gender really mean from a scientific perspective? This workshop will explore how the sexes differ, how they are similar, and how sexual expression and gender identity are more naturally viewed as a broad range of forms and behaviors. We will examine mechanisms of sex determination and development, including the roles of chromosomes, genes, hormones, and the environment. The extreme diversity of sexual expression in nature provides the basis for understanding, just what is natural?
10:30A Facial Feminization: Customized Evaluation and Treatment for Optimal Results Continuing Education Dr. Sherman Leis Salon D

Dr. Sherman
Dr. Leis will demonstrate and explain classic prototypes of masculine and feminine facial features. He will discuss a variety of options for feminizing facial features and demonstrate that in the majority of cases, excellent results can be obtained without extensive and expensive cranio-facial surgery. Cases are shown demonstrating excellent and natural results from selective and customized facial feminization procedures.
10:30A Feminizing the Male Face without Surgery Ms. Amanda Richards Salon E

Ms. Amanda
I will cover makeup application techniques to bring out the female in any male. This will include, foundation application, enhancing the shape of your face with contouring and highlighting, eye shadow application, including how to do a smoky eye, and how to get that pouty looking lip. Attendees should bring their pad and paper to take notes, and I will answer any questions throughout the presentation.
2:00P Writing Your Coming Out Letter Family & Youth Program Transmasculine Program Ms. Sophie Lynne Ash

Ms. Sophie
Declaring your Truth to the world, also known as "Coming Out," is one of the hardest things a person will ever do in their lifetimes. Coming out affects everything and everyone in your life. Many people choose to do this via the written word, be it read in person, sent via email, or posted on social media. This workshop will cover two types of the "Coming out" letter: Personal and Professional. While each person's experiences are unique, there are enough commonalities that we share that we can learn from each other. What NEEDS to be said? How do I say it professionally? How can I write my letter to give me the maximum possibility of acceptance? These topics will be covered and more, by sharing the letters of those who have already gone through the process, as well group discussion.
2:00P This TRANSformation Isn't Just For Me, But Includes My Family!! Family & Youth Program Transmasculine Program Mr. Kylar Maldonado
Kimberly Burr

Mr. Kylar

Have you ever felt on top of the world when you came out as transgender? But, deep down, did you feel rather worried about how your family would react? Well, this transition will not only affect you with the pronouns, name, how you'll be seen in school, how you'll dress, and such. But, have you ever taken a moment to assess how your mother may feel by "losing" her daughter? Or how your dad may feel about "losing" his son? In this workshop , you will hear personal stories and see how many others all over the world have faced coming out to their family. All feelings are valid and deserve a voice.
2:00P Transgender and Sports Ms. Christine Penn Chestnut

Ms. Christine
Sports have always been at the forefront of social movements. From Jessie Owens to Billy Jean King to Renee Richards. And whether or not you’re athletic, an avid sports fan or just plain Jane and/or John Doe, how sports define gender will affect us all. This workshop discusses the history of sex/gender based sports competition and the challenges sporting agencies are having trying to incorporate the new-norms of gender. We’ll examine current policy regarding chemical testing as it relates to HRT as well as look at the physical effects of HRT on athletic abilities. Finally, we’ll discuss important rulings like the ‘Stockholm Consensus,’ the controversies that surround these actions, and what to expect in the future.
2:00P Sexual Healthcare as Resistance Family & Youth Program Educator's Program Transmasculine Program Noah Penny
Mr. Andrew Alexander


Mr. Andrew
This session focuses on sexual health disparities among marginalized populations, and suggests that one of the many ways of taking our power back and to dismantle oppressive systems is to empower our community to value our collective sexual health via individual action. We will discuss a brief history of sexual health disparities within the LGBTQ+ population, and provide resources to overcome barriers facing queer sexual health, thus starting the build of a healthier queer community.
2:00P Couple's Therapy Continuing Education Spouse/SO Program Dr. Michele Angello Elm

Dr. Michele
Dr. Michele Angello devotes much of her practice to counseling couples with a transgender or transitioning partner. In this workshop- open to all who are in a committed relationship that contains a transgender or gender non-conforming person- she will engage the audience in discussing typical problems and will suggest methods for their resolution. She will also serve as moderator so participants can share their own experiences and issues in a collective and supporting setting.
2:00P What the Wig? Laurie Chism Hemlock

Have you ever wondered if your wig is right for your face shape? Have you wondered what coloring matches your skin tone? Have you wondered how to style your wig natural hair as you transition? Have you questioned how to properly care for your hair/wig? Have you wondered what the difference is in a $60 wig and a $1600 wig?   If you answered yes to any of these questions this workshop is for you.   Join style and beauty expert Laurie Chism, in this fun, interactive, and educational workshop See your confidence level s o a r as you learn the skills to expertly style your wig/hair. Laurie Chism will both entertain and inspire you, while teaching how to choose what wig looks best for your face, shape and color!              
2:00P Gender Confirmation Surgery Workshop Continuing Education Transmasculine Program Dr. David Whitehead Salon C

Dr. David
This workshop is designed to provide an up-to-date review on current surgical techniques for transfeminine and transmasculine procedures. This includes facial feminization, breast augmentation, chest surgery, and transfeminine and transmasculine bottom surgery (vaginoplasty, metoidioplasty, and phalloplasty). The workshop is geared towards community members, primary care providers, and mental health providers.


-To provide an overview of current options for transmasculine and transfeminine surgical procedures
-To review the pre- and post-operative care
-To review the multidisciplinary nature of care
2:00P Transtrenders and Pretenders Continuing Education Family & Youth Program Educator's Program Transmasculine Program Spouse/SO Program Dr. Jeanine Ruhsam Salon D

Dr. Jeanine
The behavioral phenomenon termed "transtrending" is becoming quite widespread across the western world. It refers to those who present as transgender because it is "in," trendy or is perceived to offer some advantage within certain situations. Instances of this, fraught with legal and political import, are rapidly being used as a rationale to discredit and deny the legitimacy of transgender people. I focus on three different institutions where such behavior is being significantly encountered— carceral, health care and college and secondary school campuses—and discuss its ramifications in terms of how it affects the care and management of the individuals suspected of manifesting it, what its probable impact on public policy may be and the detrimental effect it will likely have on the larger transgender population.
2:00P Beyond the Binary: Exploring Non-Binary Healthcare Continuing Education Family & Youth Program Educator's Program Transmasculine Program Dr. Jarrett Sell
Dr. Katharine Dalke
Salon E

Dr. Jarrett

Dr. Katharine
This workshop will identify steps for exploring appropriate gender-affirming non-binary care through a discussion of current mental health and medical resources.
3:30P Transition and Recovery: The Balancing Act Continuing Education Transmasculine Program Amy Keisling Ash

Are you in recovery from alcohol or drug abuse? Having a social and support group during transition can be challenging if working your program prevents you from working the available social activities. Going out publicly as who you are can be an anxiety-producing experience : lots of social events can be alcohol-centered. How can someone in recovery find support and connection without risking relapse? The goal of this workshop is to provide a place of safety and understanding for attendees in recovery. Come share and build support for yourself and others.
3:30P A Naming Ceremony Ms. Jean Russ
Dr. Eileen Abel

Ms. Jean

Dr. Eileen
Some cultures mark a woman’s transitions from one role and age in life to the next with ceremony. As a girl becomes a woman and as woman’s role changes as she ages these passages are marked by her peers and society. In some cultures these transitions may even include a change in name. Transgender people are often alone when they make this transition from a name given to them when they are born to the name they choose as their authentic self. They make this important change in their lives in isolation and with little recognition from others. For many of us changing names is a deeply personal part and important part of becoming our true self. In my transition I was fortunate to have five ciswomen as guides and as support; and as sisters in a truly meaningful sense. One of my sisters, a former professor of women’s studies, crafted a naming ceremony to formally acknowledge that I was putting aside my old life and to welcome me to a sisterhood. The experience of the ceremony was deeply meaningful and moving for me, the change of name was a signal of finally emerging as who I am. It seems more people in the process of emerging into an authentic life, of changing names would find meaning in such recognition by their community. This presentation would share the experience but more importantly share the script of the ceremony itself and include time for discussion with the author of the ceremony.
3:30P Gender Diversity in the Arts Ms. B'Ellana Duquesne Chestnut

Ms. B'Ellana
D.C. based actor B'Ellana Duquesne discusses her experiences as a trans-actor on stage, perception of trans people in the media, casting challenges for trans actors and how those experiences opened new insights on her own presentation particularly seen though her experience as the lead in Phillip Dawkins' play "Charm."
3:30P Personal and Professional Success after Transition Family & Youth Program Nikki DiCaro Dogwood

Transitioning to our authentic self can be daunting. The physical transition is only the beginning. Success comes each day we walk through life realizing we have truly found acceptance. Acceptance comes in many forms and is driven primarily by how we adapt and assimilate. Struggles abound - our desire for individuality and uniqueness clashes with the world's expectation that we fit in. Fitting in can feel claustrophobic. But we've desired to be perceived and viewed as our authentic gender. This intersection of individuality and conformity can spell success or failure. How do we balance these sometimes competing goals? I take you through a step by step discussion of becoming your authentic self and living fully without compromising yet delivering on the world's expectations in order to provide much sought after acceptance.
3:30P FTM Top and Bottom Surgery: Superior Aesthetic Results in a Customized One-Stage Procedure Continuing Education Family & Youth Program Transmasculine Program Dr. Sherman Leis Elm

Dr. Sherman
Options for FTM Top Surgery will be presented and variety of cases will demonstrate excellent results in masculinization of the chest. Options for Phalloplasty will also be discussed. Dr. Leis will utilize multiple case presentations to demonstrate superior aesthetic results obtainable utilizing abdominal or groin flaps for Phalloplasty, labial deconstruction for Scrotoplasty and the options of testicular and penile implants. This surgery is done in one stage and results in a sensate penis via clitoral transposition, no grossly deformed donor site and the ability to have sexual intercourse with erotic sensation.
3:30P Building a Personal Support System to Live an Authentic Life Ms. Gabrielle Spierer Hemlock

Ms. Gabrielle
It's important to have supportive people in your life to move forward, be authentic, and feel good about yourself. Everyone's definition of authentic is different. Gabrielle will share her knowledge and experiences building a support system to help you find your authentic life. They will include: How to overcome fear to move ahead in our lives. Sharing about ourselves in a safe environment, Getting support from family and friends. Expanding support by developing a chosen family and making new friends. Going to counseling to build internal strength and become authentic, Joining support groups and how to find those people. Ms Spierer will talk about the use of social media, the internet and the importance of personal interaction. Gabby will also discuss building a strategy for coming out at work successfully. She'll share her experiences of coming out on the job successfully to almost 1,000 customers and management at Newsday, the 13th largest newspaper in the US, in an environment where she dealt with the public as an independent contractor serving at will, and having no protections. This will be an will be interactive workshop and held in a circular format so that participants can feel comfortable to participate.
3:30P Feminine Body Language Nina Irani Salon C

Many trans women comment on the smooth, graceful movements of cis women - the way they seem to glide through a room. This is not always easy to achieve without the proper training and techniques, especially if you’re wearing clothes you are not used to. In this workshop, you will learn basic female markers in body language in a fun, supportive atmosphere, which will help you look and feel your best. These will apply to sitting and standing, arm and leg position and movements, posture, gestures and facial expressions while speaking and listening.
3:30P MtF Gender Confirming Surgeries - World Class Techniques Continuing Education Family & Youth Program Kathy Rumer Salon D

This workshop provides an opportunity for Dr. Rumer to discuss her world class MtF Gender Confirming Surgical procedures such as FFS, BA, Body Contouring, and GRS. She will also unveil a number of surgical and non-surgical procedures. Dr. Rumer will then open the floor for answering specific questions after her power point presentation, and will be available for complimentary consultation while at the conference. Please call us at 855-782-5665 prior to the conference and schedule your complimentary consultation.
3:30P Transgender in Faith Family & Youth Program Transmasculine Program Spouse/SO Program Ms. Jennifer Lehman Salon E

Ms. Jennifer
In this workshop, we explore the role that faith has played in our transgender journey and the journey of others in our lives. God works in mysterious ways and we are all instruments of His plan. Ms. Jennifer Lehman will share her story of the role that her faith played in her transition in 2013 and how by following this faith journey it has made an impact on the faith journey for others in her congregation. The workshop will also provide time for participants to share their faith based stories. Come share your story and hear how God is working in all of our lives! Looking for a church service to attend after the conference? Reverend Wiant and Market Square are again inviting conference attendees to for the 11:00 Sunday service. See the Sunday Schedule for more details.
5:00P LGBTQ Issues in Healthcare Continuing Education Family & Youth Program Educator's Program Dr. Thomas Pineo Elm

Dr. Thomas
The LGBTQ community is unique amongst the many groups in health care. Members of the LGBTQ community experience a variety of social impediments to health care which must be acknowledged and overcome by the individuals, the healthcare community, and its leaders. Please join Dr. Pineo, Dickinson Class of ‘92, in a discussion which will enlighten some of these social impediments and will provide a hopeful pathway toward equity, resilience, and respect in the ever changing LGBTQ/healthcare landscape.

After hearing from Dr. Pineo, we invite you to stay for our Family Keystone Kick off with pizza, soft drinks and time getting to know other families in the area. We hope to see you there!


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