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However, I found that a page book that covers transexuals, crossdressers, and the intersex doesn't leave her with enough room to delve into the topics. This might be good for the gender beginner, but it was actually a bit painful to read at times. This book challenges us to reconsider nature and our definition of "normal" and to see nature in all it's diversity welcome it, and learn from it when it challenges our assumptions. We probably owe a lot of our more loving understandings to some of the people named here, for example Cheryl Chase. Allison Saltzman Designed by. Lots of older kids are in college these days. I think if you've never thought about transgender people AS people, this could really blow your mind.





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As someone with an interest in intersex, transexual and transgender issues but without any formal academic study on the subjects, I found this an approachable and personable approach to getting started on the subject. People with stories and wishes and good luck and bad, and as much as their stories are filled with intriguing details and terrible ones, with really funny, and really awful, encounters with the world, t Some of my favorite lines from this book: There are tales of the love and support of their families, as well as the financial sacrifices made by families to help their children afford sex-change surgery. Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. Not only is our society distressed by masculine women, feminine men, and the androgynous; even the big man who embroiders, or the wife and mother of three who has a black belt in tae kwon do, a buzz cut, and no makeup in her gym bag, stirs a frisson of discomfort

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The E-mail message field is required. Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item Lastly, the chapter on intersexed persons was probably ground-breaking in its attitudes and approach to assist cis and uninformed folks in to think about an increasingly visible part of our varied population. Not only is our society distressed by masculine women, feminine men, and the androgynous; even the big man who embroiders, or the wife and mother of three who has a black belt in tae kwon do, a buzz cut, and no makeup in her gym bag, stirs a frisson of discomfort We probably owe a lot of our more loving understandings to some of the people named here, for example Cheryl Chase. I'd read a lot about the latter already, so Bloom's information and insights weren't so "ah-ha" for me. Bloom herself is a strong woman, for admitting to her ignorance and prejudice, doing all this research, and readjusting her understandings.