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Gender Identity / Bono Interview (Part I) #960723

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Mar 11, 2010
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) CNN documentary on gender identity "Her Name Was Steven" previewed.

(Atlanta: Gary Tuchman) A look at how Chastity Bono became Chaz presented; scenes shown from the "Sonny & Cher Show"; details given about the family relationships & his gender transition. [People.com editor Make FLEEMAN†- talks about the Bono family; comments on Bono's change in life.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with transgender activist Bono about her/his life. [BONO - talks about his amazing journey, what he has done psychologically, his surgeries, hormone therapy, the changes he went through that led to a feeling of rightness, how he had never been happy with his female body.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Tuchman, Gary

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