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A positive change on reality TV

Gunner Scott of the Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition thinks the reality TV appearances can help change attitudes. Gunner Scott of the Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition thinks the reality TV appearances can help change attitudes. (Pat greenhouse/globe staff)
By Vanessa E. Jones
Globe Staff / October 7, 2008

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Levi Valentine had never watched a full season of Tyra Banks's reality show "America's Next Top Model" in the 10 seasons it's been on the air. Then Valentine heard that a transgender woman, Isis Tsunami, was going to be one of the contestants. That was enough to persuade Valentine, a 29-year-old transgender man who lives in Jamaica Plain, to tune ... (Full article: 1067 words)

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