Trans People in Love

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Taylor & Francis, 2008 - Social Science - 275 pages
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Trans People in Love is a†illuminating resource for members of the trans community and their partners and families; gay, lesbian, bisexual, queer, and intersex people; sexologists; sex therapists; counselors; psychologists; psychotherapists; social workers; psychiatrists; medical doctors; educators; students; and couples and family therapists.

Trans People in Love provides a forum for the experience of being in love and in relationships with significant others for members of the trans community. This honest and respectful†volume†tells clinicians, scholars,†and trans people themselves of the beauty and complexity that trans identity brings to a romantic relationship, what skills and mindsets are needed†to forge†positive relationships, and demonstrates the reality that trans people in all stages of transition†can†create stable and loving relationships that are both physically and emotionally fulfilling.


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A Transgressors Love
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Nick and Mark
Bodies May Lie but Hearts Never Do
Satan and Lady Babalon Polyamory Again at 64
The Adventures of a Trans Man in Love Sex and Spirituality
Eternity Fields of Yokatatumba
My Husband Had a Sex ChangeShit Happens
Things of His
Love Lost and Found
From Queer to Eternity

Beyond Gender and Sexuality
From Russia With Love
Queerly Beloved How a Lesbian Love Survived Transition
Sex and the Single Trannie
Between Shows A True Story
To the Three Women I Loved in My Transgender Life
Kayla and Laura
Madam Carmen
Still Queer After All These Years Reflections on Being in a Trans Couple
Notes for Trans People
Notes for Therapists

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Tracie O‚e(tm)Keefe, DCH, is a clinical hypnotherapist, psychotherapist, counselor, and sex therapist, originally from London, England. Since 2001, she has lived and practiced in Sydney, Australia. She is a trans woman who transitioned over thirty-five years ago and now runs the Australian Health & Education Centre, Sydney. She is a member of theWorld Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH), Australian Association of Sex, Educators, Researchers and Therapists (ASSERT), and registered with the Psychotherapy and Counseling Federation of Australia (PACFA). Dr. O‚e(tm)Keefe is the author of many papers and articles on sex, gender, and sexuality diversity, coauthor of Trans-X-U-All: The Naked Difference, the author of Sex, Gender&Sexuality: 21st Century Transformations, and the co-editor of Finding the Real Me: True Tales of Sex & Gender Diversity, an anthology of real-life stories by sex- and gender-diverse people. She is also the author of Investigating Stage Hypnosis and Self-Hypnosis for Life: Mind, Body, and Spiritual Excellence. In addition to being a clinician and writer, Dr. O‚e(tm)Keefe is also a passionate campaigner for the rights of sex- and gender-diverse people. She was a founding member of lobby group Sex and Gender Education (SAGE) in Australia ( where she serves on its steering committee and can often be found educating bureaucrats and government officials regarding discriminatory laws and policies against trans people. More info at

Katrina Fox is a freelance journalist, writing predominantly for the GLBTIQ press. She is the editor of CHERRIE, a monthly magazine for lesbian and queer women in Australia and writes regularly for SX, a weekly arts, news, and entertainment magazine for the GLBTIQ community in Sydney, including a column ‚eoeKeeping Abreast‚e . Her work has also appeared in DIVA, the UK‚e(tm)s national lesbian magazine, and Curve, a U.S. national lesbian magazine. She is the co-author of Trans-X-U-All: The Naked Difference, the editor of Sex, Gender&Sexuality, and co-editor of Finding the Real Me. More info at

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