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TitleBoy's Own / Boys Own newsletter
Ref NoWHITTLE/3/4
LevelFile
Date1991-2014
Extent1 box
DescriptionBoy's Own / Boys' Own / Boys Own: Newsletter of the FTM Network (London). Some early editions mention that they were edited by Stephen Whittle. Edition No.4 states that: "The FTM Network is a group of friends who hope to provide friendship, support and advice to each other. Set up by a small group of volunteers it is free to all female to male TSs. The only politics it participates in is the fight to gain full legal status for transexuals everywhere. Its volunteers endeavour to provide: a free quarterly newsletter - "Boy's Own", a friendship and advice service by other F to M TSs, and occasional social events for F to Ms and their loved ones..."

- No.1, 1 May 1991
- No.2, 1 August 1991 (including a review of "Mister X" fanzine)
- No.3, 1 December 1991
- No.4, 1 March 1992 (including on the meeting in February 1992 which led to the formation of Press for Change)
- Special Edition, 1 May 1992
- No.5, 1 June 1992
- No.6, 1 September 1992
- No.7, 1 December 1992
- No.8, 1 March 1993
- No.9, 1 May 1993
- No.10, 1 September 1993
- No.11, 1 December 1993
- No.12, 1 March 1994
- No 13, 1 June 1994
- No.14, 1 October 1994
- No.15, 22 December 1994
- No.16, 21 April 1995
- No.17, August 1995
- No.18, December 1995
- No.19, April 1996
- No.20, July 1996
- No.21, December 1996; with Press for Change newsletter, no.6, November 1996
- No.22, April 1997; with Press for Change newsletter, no.7, April 1997
- No.23, nd, but with Press for Change newsletter, no.8, August 1997
- No.24, December 1997; with Press for Change newsletter, no.9, December 1997
- No.25, May 1998; with Press for Change newsletter, no.10, May 1998
- No.26, August 1998
- No.27, December 1998; with Press for Change newsletter, no.11, November 1998
- No.28, March 1999
- No.29, September 1999
- No.30, December 1999; with inserts, including an Outright Scotland postcard, "Section 28. Get rid of it now!" to be completed and then sent to Sam Galbraith MSP, Minister for Education, Scottish Parliament
- No.31, April 2000
- No.32, August 2000
- No.33, December 2000
- No.35, August 2001
- No.36, December 2002
- No.37, April 2002
- No.38, August 2002, including analysis of the European Court of Human Rights decision on the case Goodwin and I v UK (in relation to changing birth certificates and allowing trans people to marry)
- No.39, December 2002
- No.40, April 2003
- No.41, August 2003, including an analysis of how the Draft Gender Recognition Bill will affect transsexual people
- No.42, December 2003
- No.43, April 2004; with leaflet re "Reflecting Genders: The 6th International Congress on Sex and Gender Diversity" to be held at Manchester Metropolitan University on 10-12 September 2004
- No.45, January 2005
- No.46, July 2005 (with insert: Department for Constitutional Affairs flyer relating to the Gender Recognition Panel)
- "No.45", October 2005 (including on the Gender Recognition Act)
- No.48, November 2007
- No.49, January 2008
- "No.47", May 2008 (including an article, pp.11-13, by A Evan Eyler and Stephen Whittle on "FTM breast cancer: community awareness and illustrative cases")
- No.50, August 2008 (including an article, pp.10-12, by Stephen Whittle on "getting fit for surgery" [phalloplasty])
- No.51, March 2009
- No.52, July 2009 (with insert: 'West 09', leaflet re 2nd National FTM Conference to be held at Exeter University on 5-6 September 2009)
- No.53, October 2009
- No.54, February 2010
- No.55, August 2010 (with insert: blank GIRES transphobic crime report form)
- No.56, December 2010
- No.57, March 2011
- No.58, June 2011
- No.59, November 2011
- No.60, February 2012
- No.62, November 2012
- No.63, April 2013
- No.64, September 2013
- No.65, January 2014
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