At a Glance:Kelley Winters has been a Project Contributor since January 2009, has written 28 entries and currently lives in On the road.
Kelley Winters, Ph.D. is the author of Gender Madness in American Psychiatry: Essays from the Struggle for Dignity and a community advocate on issues of transgender medical policy. She is the founder of GID Reform Advocates, a member of the International Advisory Group for the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH) Standards of Care
and an Advisory Board Member for TransYouth Family Allies. Kelley has presented papers on the psychiatric classification of gender diversity at annual conventions of the American Psychiatric Association, the American Psychological Association, the American Counseling Association and the Association of Women in Psychology. Her articles have appeared in a number of mental health journals and in two books. Kelley enjoys biking, hiking and landscape photography.
Kelley Winters: Recently Filed
Hannan maligned Ms. Vanderbilt, me, and all transgender and transsexual people by implying that she was dishonest because she was transgender. She deserves your sincere apology, not a legal rationalization.Read More
The YouTube Community Guidelines say "We don't permit speech that attacks or demeans a group based on certain characteristics." So why is demonizing transgender youth okay?Read More
This reclassification, along with the change in title from Gender Identity Disorder to Gender Dysphoria, is a significant improvement in the diagnostic coding used for access to medical transition care for trans and transsexual people.Read More
On May 18, 2009, trans community members and allies gathered outside the Annual Meeting of the APA to protest diagnostic policies that psychopathologize gender diversity. This week, the group announced two new public position statements.Read More
The media erupted after psychiatrist Robert Spitzer rescinded his controversial claim that conversion therapy can change sexual orientation in gays and lesbians, but that's only half of the story. Shifting stigma from one oppressed class to a more oppressed class is not real change.Read More