Body Alchemy: Transsexual Portraits

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Cleis Press, 1996 - Photography - 110 pages
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A photographic study of female-to-male (FTMs) transsexuals. Photographed by a transsexual, it brings an insider's eye to the subject matter. Using documentary style before-and-after photographs of FTM's in Cameron's transsexual community, accompanied by self-portraits and autobiographical text, the work invites the reader to experience this transformational rite of passage for themselves. It includes photographs of genital reconstructions, with text by three FTMs who discuss how they feel about their surgery.

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User Review  - Charlie - Goodreads

I don't see the hype. Seeing that it's out of print now, I pined and waited to get this at the local library. I was sorely disappointed, it was little more than drivel with pictures, honestly. For it ... Read full review

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User Review  - Anna - Goodreads

I have to say that I enjoyed the photographs more than the actual text that accompanied it. The photographs were beautiful, though. Read full review

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