Book: Transmen ; FTMs, Jason Cromwell ; 1999

Transmen & FTMs Identities, Bodies, Genders & Sexualities This book provides wonderful documentation of transmens’ lives and voices as well as an excellent critique of a number of discourses that marginalizem, pathologize, and otherwise make transmen invisible. 1999  

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Book: Gender Trouble, Judith Butler; 1990

Gender Trouble  Feminism and The Subversion Of Identity Judith Butler Contemporary feminist debates over the meanings of gender lead time and again to a certain sense of trouble, as if the indeterminacy of gender might eventually culminate in failure of feminism.Trouble need not carry such a negative valence..  That trouble is inevitable and the task, how best make it, what way to be in it....

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Book: Hatred In The Hallways, Human Rights Watch; 2001

Hatred In The Hallways Violence and Discrimination Against Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Students in U.S. Schools Gay, Lesbian, bisexual and transgender youth who attend public schools in the United States are relelntlessly harassed and sometimes physically attacked. Each day is an exercise in survival. But not all do survive. Their grades drop, they may become depressed, some quit...

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Book: Transgender Care; Gianna E. Israel and Donald E. Tarver II, M.D., 1997

Transgender Care Recommended Guidelines, Practical Information & Personal Accounts Transgender Care is a comprehensive resource providing  background information as well as formal recommendations for professionals and consumers concerning the psychological, hormonal, surgical, and social support of transgender-identified individuals: transsexuals, transgenderists, transvestites and...

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Book: S/he; Claudine Griggs , 1998

S/he  Changing Sex and Changing Clothes Claudine Griggs Through an examination of the experience of transsexuals, this book enhances understanding of how gender can and does function in powerful, complex, and subtle ways. The author, who has herself been surgically reassigned, has given her an access to her subject that others would likely been denied. 1998  

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