Digital Transgender Archive
Alpha Zeta, an organization for heterosexual crossdressers, most of whom were white, published a series of newsletters during the late 1980s. Several issues were published in collaboration with their more expansive sister group, A Rose, which welcomed people who identified as transvestites, transsexual, or transgender. These publications share information about local events in Arizona as well as national events for the trans community. They also feature poetry, photographs, and anecdotes about crossdressing, relationships, and travel.
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