Hupp, Elsie Oral History
Span Dates: 2017
Volume: 1 interview and 1 transcript
This interview describes her movement away from a male identity in conservative religious family to activism on behalf of transgender rights. She describes the role of online life in her transition.
Elsie was born in 1988 in Evanston, Illinois, to a religious family. She attended college after a Jesuit high school where she was politically radicalized.
The oral history and a transcript are online.
This interview is online through the New York Public Library Community Oral History Project in collaboration with the NYC Trans Oral History Project. They collect, preserve, and share oral histories from the city's transgender and gender non-conforming communities.
Illinois | New York | Transgender activism | Catholic (Roman) | Church of England (Anglican)