Web Extra: Employers face transgender issues
Published in the Asbury Park Press 06/20/05
BY STEPHANIE ARMOUR
David Rosen was one of the guys at work, a married father and a former wrestler who joined in the office football pool and joked with colleagues who'd swing by for the peanut M&Ms he always kept in a jar on his desk. Then he became Donna Rose, and things changed. When he started to become a she - a process of changing gender with hormone treatment, electrolysis, breast augmentation, facial cosmetic surgery and sex-reassignment surgery - co-workers at his pharmacy benefits company walked by to gawk. Then they stayed away.