Transmen and FTMs: Identities, Bodies, Genders, and Sexualities

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University of Illinois Press, 1999 - Psychology - 201 pages
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The first in-depth examination of what it means to be a female-bodied transperson.
  

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Review: Transmen and FTMs: Identities, Bodies, Genders, and Sexualities

User Review  - Anna - Goodreads

This was a pretty interesting read, and covered the subject quite well. The sexuality is definitely with much more gray shades than the classical view of biological sex = gender. I am surprised the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Sassafras Lowrey - Goodreads

i really wanted to like this book but was too dry and clinical for my taste. i remember really struggling to connect with this book Read full review

Contents

Female Gender
44
Making Contemporary Female
83
Transperspectives
92
Further Excerpts from aJourney
147
NOTES
159
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About the author (1999)

Jason Cromwell is the editor of Information for the Female to Male Crossdresser and Transsexual and has contributed chapters to Two-Spirit People: Perspectives on Native American Gender and Sexuality, edited by Sue-Ellen Jacobs, Wesley Thomas, and Sabine Lang, and other books.

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