Both Sides Now: One Man's Journey Through Womanhood

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Untreed Reads Publishing, Apr 15, 2015 - Biography & Autobiography - 384 pages
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BOTH SIDES NOW is a vivid and compelling account of how one man's search for wholeness led him through multiple, complex, and life-threatening surgeries that transformed him not only physically, but emotionally and spiritually as well. Born with the body of a female, Dhillon Khosla knew very early on that his true identity was male, yet he spent nearly two decades repressing that knowledge and trying to embrace his female form. Shortly after turning twenty-eight, he came across an article about men born with female bodies who had undergone surgeries to reclaim their male identity. When he read their stories, Khosla felt flashes of recognition stirring within and-for the first time-hope. In this riveting memoir, Khosla discusses openly and honestly what it was like to live as a woman, and how that life shaped the man he is today. Through anecdotes, he shares unique and profound insights into the sexes. Ultimately, however, Both Sides Now is a story about what it means to truly love oneself, and the willingness to turn away from the dissenting voices that tell us who we ought to be...and toward that one, lone voice that has known all along.

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Reading this book helped me understand more things into FTMs. It is a personal issue, but reading this mans journey and being able to understand what he did, all he went thru and share it with us. I ... Read full review

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The question of what constitutes gender has been long debated. For attorney Khosla, the debate began in early childhood, when he first realized that although born with female anatomy, his gender was ... Read full review

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About the author (2015)

Dhillon Khosla has served as a staff attorney to both state and federal judges for the past ten years and has lectured on complex areas of criminal law.

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