Dhillon Khosla, Acclaimed Author of "Both Sides Now: One Man's Journey Through Womanhood," To Keynote Gender Identity Conference

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True tolerance advocate to address Gender Identity Center of Colorado's 9th annual conference

Dhillon Khosla is truly an inspiration of what it means to be true to yourself despite insurmountable odds.

Dhillon Khosla, former federal staff attorney for presidential appointed judges and author of the critically acclaimed book "Both Sides Now: One Man's Journey through Womanhood" announced today that he will keynote the upcoming Gender Identity Center of Colorado's 9th annual Colorado Gold Rush Conference Friday, February 23, 2007 in Denver, Colorado. A renowned lecturer, outspoken advocate for true tolerance, and passionate voice for both men and women, Khosla is an expert on discussing gender relations from a spiritual, as opposed to political, perspective.

Born in a female body, Dhillon went through an extraordinary journey through five years and fifteen surgeries to affirm his true male identity and become the complete and integrated man he is today. His message of true tolerance and his open willingness to share how his journey forced him to confront his own shadows of intolerance - will resonate with the great many who are tired of one-sided agendas and ready for a world that truly embraces all, regardless of politics, religion, gender, and sexuality.

"We're truly excited to have someone of Dhillon's immense character and talent keynote the Gender Identity Conference," stated Eden Lane, the Colorado Gold Rush event chairwoman. "Dhillon Khosla is truly an inspiration of what it means to be true to yourself despite insurmountable odds."

"I am honored to have been selected to address the 2007 Gender Identity Conference," said Khosla. "The mission and values of the Gender Identity Center and its conference mirror my own personal beliefs of accepting others for who they are, including both gender identity and expression. On a personal note, I feel most comfortable under such a broad and inclusive label. I think this will be a very special weekend."

Press Contact for Mr. Khosla:

Liam Collopy

Vice President

LCO - Levine Communications Office

1180 S. Beverly Dr. Third Floor

Los Angeles, CA 90035

T: 310.300.0950 x 232

F: 310.300.0951

http://www.LCOonline.com

About Dhillon Khosla and "Both Sides Now"

Dhillon Khosla was born in Brussels, Belgium to an East Indian father and a German mother. His paternal grandfather, Krish Khosla, was a well-respected spiritual scholar who authored two books on 13th century mystical poet Jalal-Al-Din Rumi. After spending his childhood in Europe, Khosla completed his education in the United States, eventually earning degrees in both psychology and law and graduating valedictorian and first of class from Golden Gate University School of Law. For the last twelve years, Khosla served as a judicial staff attorney for both state and federal judges - first at the California Supreme Court and subsequently at the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. His memoir, "Both Sides Now: One Man's Journey through Womanhood," is a critical and popular success. He currently resides in Northern California. Web site: http://www.dhillonkhosla.com

About the Gender Identity Center of Colorado

The Gender Identity Center of Colorado, Inc., (GIC) is a non-profit corporation organized to provide support to those people who cross dress, are transsexual, or are non-traditional in their gender identity. The Center is also an informational and educational resource to the community at large. The GIC is available to anyone, male or female, who can benefit from its services or resources, including spouses and significant others, parents, and siblings. For registration or further information regarding the 2007 Gold Rush, please go to http://www.gicofcolo.org.

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