Christine Jorgensen: A Personal Autobiography

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In her own personable style, Jorgensen offers herintimate account of her groundbreaking life as the first world-renowned transsexual. 'Nature made a mistake,' she writes, 'which I have corrected.' Jorgensen speaks candidly of her struggles before and after her surgery, and of her dazzling international celebrity. She was both 'banned' in Boston and named 'Woman of the Year.' Acquainted with many of the celebrities of the time, including Judy Garland, Tennessee Williams, Natalie Wood and Truman Capote, she was a Las Vegas entertainer, photogapher and a filmmaker.

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Jorgensen made international headlines in the early 1950s as the first person to go public about having a sex-change operation. Following the revelation, s/he became the poster child for ... Read full review

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CHAPTER 2
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CHAPTER 3
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