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I Am Not What I Look Like By Karen Plautz
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Size: 8.5" x 8.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781642548402
This book attempts to take a simplistic approach to explain to kids the complex subject of being transgender in hopes of fostering empathy, understanding, and compassion for the trans community. (Non-illustrated)
Nicki and Me Nicki Hills
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
My name is Nicki and this is my story of growing up as a young transsexual in England. Starting out as a confused young boy, developing into an extremely promiscuous young girl and finally turning into a fully mature and highly sexed woman - putting my experiences down on paper has enabled me to purge some of the sexual demons that have consumed my mental and physical being over the past 15 years. My life so far has been a rollercoaster of emotions and sexual encounters – all purely to sate my immense sexual appetite. Many a time, I have questioned whether my existence was simply to satisfy my deepest and darkest sexual fantasies with members of both sexes or only to be a plaything for o ...
Pencil Me In: A Trans Perspective in a Gendered World Michael Eric Brown
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9780996830904
Michael Eric Brown shares not only his personal life as a transgender man, but he also talks candidly about gender roles and societal expectations. Approaching the subjects with frankness and occasional humor, he shares his experiences as well as those of countless others in the transgender community in order to communicate openly what it means to be a transgender individual in today’s society. This book presents a straight-forward examination of definitions and perceptions of gender roles and expectations, and the oppression transgender people are forced to overcome due to these expectations. Covering areas such as the language of gender, feminist views, oppression and more, Michael ...
Undercover Girl: Growing Up Transgender Jill Davidson
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781466183032
Growing up transgender is difficult. In the 1960s, no one talks about people who want to be a different gender. Jill tries to make sense of her self, her family, and events swirling around her. Friends pull her to a degree of happiness and sanity, into peer helping and psychology. She falls in love with a woman and develops a career as a school psychologist. She appears to be a successful man, until near death experiences remind her of what is important, and she embarks, at age 50, to become a woman outwardly, while continuing to work in schools. Expecting a difficult transition, Jill is surprised by support she receives from colleagues, parents, and students as she goes about her wo ...