Sandy Stone's “Posttranssexual Manifesto” is often regarded as the principal point of departure for transgender studies. In this 1995 interview, portions of which first appeared in Wired magazine, Stone discusses her various careers in telecommunications, medical research, recording engineering, consumer electronics, and cultural studies of media and performance. The interview has been edited to highlight Stone's persistent attention to questions of language and communication, and the relationship of these concerns to feminist and transgender theorizing.

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