Curtis Hinkle's e-mail to Monica Roberts, Sept. 8, 2010

From: "Curtis Hinkle"
To: “Monica Roberts”
Sent: Wednesday, September 08, 2010 6:32 PM
Subject: Urgent concerning Ariana Davis

Dear Monica,

I am writing to let you know that I have been informed that Ariana
Davis has posted information about me which makes it appear that I am
a board member of the GIDC. I have never been aware of such a
position. I simply joined an email group and then agreed that OII
(Organisation Intersex International) supported the goals of the GIDC,
which we do, i.e., the depathologization of transsexuality and
transgenderism. I have heard nothing from Ariana in over a year,
maybe longer, and she is no longer associated with OII.

I am very concerned about the situation that has developed and wished
to inform you that OII is in no way associated with it.

Kindest regards,

Ed. note:  Curtis' e-mail was written in response to Monica's exposé of GIEC/GIDC, at this page:

"Gender Identity Empowerment Coalition Questions" by Monica Roberts, Sept. 7, 2010.


Shortly following the posting of Curtis' e-mail, GIEC pulled their "Board Member" photo-page and replaced it with a new page of photos (at a new URL) entitled "Board and Advisors". The new page deleted three photos from the original one, namely those of Curtis Hinkle, Wal Torres and another person whose name I didn't retrieve (all likely to have been photos used without those persons' participation, knowledge or permission).


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