Hi Jaime, well, I’m old enough to have followed Renee Richard’s story very closely when it came out, and of course, a lot of the criticism at the time has been echoed now in Lia Thomas’ life, although Ms. Richard barely came close to competing at the level of Billie Jean King or Chris Evert, the stars of that era. I did think she presented herself in interviews very competently from what I remember. I probably won’t see the movie as being quite familiar with the public version.
And as Skippy1965Cynthia pointed out, there were a several books published around that time about transgendered males to females, and I also read them very thoroughly, mostly envious that they were able to face their fears and follow through. Jan Morrow continued to be in the public eye as she wrote several more times, but sadly Nancy Hunt and Canary Conn seem to have disappeared off the face of the earth. I hope they continued leading decent lives and just faded into the background as just another woman.