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Queer Gender By Kari Thompson
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An anthology of essay's about gender, written by queer-identified individuals who were labeled female at birth.
Queer Gender By Kari Thompson
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An anthology of essay's about gender, written by queer-identified individuals who were labeled female at birth.
Mapping My Journey By Gender Matters
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Mapping My Journey collates and captures the living memory from members of the transgender community, relating to personal journeys, people’s recollections of spaces, places and... More > events. Spanning over 60 years of local history, references to spaces, places and events that were significant to our interviewees along their personal journey. Memorabilia and photographs were collected, and the book includes insight into the Birmingham Museum. At the exhibition, the Lord Mayor of Birmingham, Mike Leddy stated: “It is the story of a journey. Not one person’s, but of a number of peoples journeys. It is educational. It is eye opening. It is heart rending... “ Rachel Mann stated: “Twenty years ago, and maybe even now, many of us who are trans were seen as tabloid fodder, as freaks, as other, the ones to be pointed at. But this exhibition is about saying we are normal. We are ordinary.” We hope you enjoy our book.< Less
Mapping My Journey By Gender Matters
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Mapping My Journey collates and captures the living memory from members of the transgender community, relating to personal journeys, people’s recollections of spaces, places and... More > events. Spanning over 60 years of local history, references to spaces, places and events that were significant to our interviewees along their personal journey. Memorabilia and photographs were collected, and the book includes insight into the Birmingham Museum Exhibition. At the exhibition, the Lord Mayor of Birmingham, Mike Leddy stated: “It is the story of a journey. Not one person’s, but of a number of peoples journeys. It is educational. It is eye opening. It is heart rending... “ Rachel Mann stated: “Twenty years ago, and maybe even now, many of us who are trans were seen as tabloid fodder, as freaks, as other, the ones to be pointed at. But this exhibition is about saying we are normal. We are ordinary.” We hope you enjoy our book.< Less
Love Letters Trans By Daniel Blue
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When straight, blue collar worker, Bud, meets Ellis he unexpectedly develops a crush on him and has to learn to come to terms with his feelings. Ellis is a Trans man who had always dreamed of meeting... More > the right girl, so he finds his feelings for Bud very confusing. Despite their reservations the two men soon fall in love and start a relationship. However, Ellis' head is turned by the arrival of pretty Melissa. It soon turns out that Melissa is not all she seemed to be at first, and Ellis has to decide if love is more important than gender. At just 4500 words this is a very quick read.< Less
Trans-Surgery By Stephanie Mott
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The thoughts, feelings, and events of one transsexual woman's journey to Bangkok, Thailand for Gender Affirmation Surgery.
Trans Toronto: An Oral History By Darryl Hill
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Many social theorists claim that the end of the 20th century was the beginning of the “postmodern" era, a time in which many time-honoured ideas were rejected. Trans Toronto explores the... More > claim that trans people demonstrate a wide-spread repudiation of modern conceptions of selfhood and gender. But the opinions of those who live trans lives have yet to be explored. How do trans people understand gender? What do they think of the assertions of postmodern gender theory? Trans Toronto documents answers to these questions in an oral history of Toronto's trans communities at the end of the 20th century telling the story of gender and sex in the context of dramatic cultural and historical change.< Less
All About Gender By Jimmy Stata
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Activist and writer Jimmy Stata wanted to teach his high school classmates about gender and identity and came up with "All About Gender" as a project for Mr. Jayson Stewart's Equity,... More > Diversity and Social Justice class. The simple illustrations and rhyming text make this an enjoyable read while tackling an important topic for today's youth. Written and illustrated by Jimmy Stata. Produced by the Spartan Gay Straight Alliance and Mr. Jayson Stewart $2.00 from the sale of every book supports LGBTQA+ programs at Espanola High School, Espanola, Ontario, Canada.< Less
The State’s Regulation of Gender and Sexuality By Carter Thurmond
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The state’s regulation of gender and sexuality is widespread, from its promotion of heteronormativity to its criminalization of queerness. In this paper, I explain how heteronormativity, with... More > its emphasis on the married heterosexual couple and their biological children, is enforced and maintained by the state through the criminal justice system’s criminalization of queerness. I also take a close look at anarchism’s negative and generative politics as a step towards a solution to the state’s regulation of gender and sexuality. Within anarchism’s negative politics, I advocate for the abolition of the criminal justice system and the decriminalization of queerness. Then, to address anarchism’s generative politics, I suggest the creation of an alternative society where gender and sexual self-determination is realized.< Less
The Internal Sorrow of a Trapped Dove (the Nocturnal Third Gender) By Rachel King
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With all the spotlight focused on Caitlyn Jenner and all the negative perceptions about transgender men and women in general, my biography looks to not only take the negative spotlight away from the... More > transgender movement, but to become the new voice of our movement. This book was written using my personal experiences to relate to the younger trans generation. I want younger trans people to realize that there is nothing wrong with you and if you are yourself, your life wont be so hard.< Less