Posted by: Lauren--NY | June 27, 2011

The Sissy Boy Experiment: Thoughts from Jim Burroway & Maris Ehlers

The week after  “Anderson Cooper 360” aired their brilliant piece “The Sissy Boy Experiment” on CNN, the team connected with Jim Burroway–the wonderful LGBT rights blogger who conducted the original investigation–and Mr. Burroway and Mr. Cooper compared notes on the story. That segment was just as excellent as the first three, and it is embedded below for your convenience.

On June 22nd, Kirk Murphy’s younger sister, awesome photographer Maris Murphy Ehlers, gave an excellent, in-depth interview with a local sports radio show in her hometown of Minneapolis. You can listen to the podcast of the full interview here. It’s 52 minutes long and contains lots of context and background information that wouldn’t fit into the CNN piece, and host Dan Barreiro does a fine job, so I highly recommend it. Give Maris a holler on Twitter @mepinmin, especially if you need gorgeous professional photos taken for a wedding, graduation, or any other special occasion in the Twin Cities area. Please be respectful and kind.

As always, you can see what I’m all about at the Grotto overview, and follow me on Twitter @TheGrottoTweets.

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  1. Hi, Richard Green and John Money are both quoted on the NAMBLA pedophile advocacy website.

    Money tried to turn David Reimer into a girl with surgery and hormones and Green is always speaking in his defence. Reimer blew his head off with a shotgun on May 5th 2004 – Google “David Reimer” for further info.

    I am a survivor of behaviour modification as a child and will be publishing the records and details of my battle to expose these Nazi doctors


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