GenderQueer : voices from beyond the sexual binary / edited by Joan Nestle, Clare Howell, and Riki Wilchins.

"Perhaps more than any other issue, gender identity has galvanized the queer community in recent years. The questions go beyond the nature of male/female to a yet-to-be-traversed region that lies somewhere between and beyond biologically determined gender. In this groundbreaking anthology, thre...

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Other Authors: Nestle, Joan, 1940- (Editor), Howell, Clare (Editor), Wilchins, Riki Anne, 1952- (Editor)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Los Angeles : Alyson Books, 2002.
Edition:First edition.
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505 0 0 |t Genders on my mind /  |r Joan Nestle --  |t A continuous nonverbal communication /  |r Riki Wilchins --  |t Stories /  |r Clare Howell --  |t It's your gender /  |r Riki Wilchins -- Stupid /  |r Riki Wilchins -- Queerer bodies /  |r Riki Wilchins -- Changing the subject /  |r Riki Wilchins -- Deconstructing trans /  |r Riki Wilchins --  |t Queens in exile: the forgotten ones /  |r Sylvia Rivera --  |t Vision, Freaks, Scars /  |r Aaron Link --  |t Scars /  |r Hilda Raz --  |t A conversation with JT LeRoy --  |t Dutch /  |r Debbie Fraker --  |t Vignettes /  |r Charlotte --  |t Loving outside simple lines /  |r Sonya Bolus --  |t World's youngest /  |r Mollie Biewald --  |t Packing a rod /  |r Allen James --  |t Not as if you felt that way /  |r Allen James --  |t A life /  |r Shirle --  |t Liminal /  |r Peggy Munson --  |t Do your ears? /  |r Peggy Munson --  |t Do it on the dotted line /  |r Raven Kaldera --  |t Fading to pink /  |r Robin Maltz --  |t Passing realities /  |r Allie Lie --  |t Who knows what evil lurks? /  |r Lucas Dzmura --  |t My woman poppa /  |r Joan Nestle --  |t A femme's diary /  |r Joan Nestle --  |t I walked into the Oaks Club /  |r Chino Lee Chung --  |t Transie /  |r Ethan Zimmerman --  |t Story of a preadolescent drag king /  |r L. Mauer --  |t Two women /  |r Loree Cook-Daniels --  |t Affronting reason /  |r Cheryl Chase --  |t A safe trip home /  |r Dawn Dougherty --  |t Would I dare? There. Penis envy /  |r Toni Amato --  |t Wanting men /  |r Lionhart --  |t Twenty passings /  |r Stacey Montgomery --  |t Courage from necessity /  |r Mr. Barb Greve --  |t Whose body is this anyway? /  |r C. Jacob Hale --  |t Performing translesbian /  |r Nancy Nangeroni and Gordene MacKenzie --  |t Disorderly fashion /  |r Wally Baird --  |t This butch body /  |r Kristen Walker --  |t Be a man /  |r Susan Wright --  |t The A train /  |r Carrie Davis --  |t Rules /  |r Carrie Davis --  |t Transy house /  |r Rusty Mae Moore --  |t The gender cops work overtime /  |r Gina Reiss --  |t Epilogue: gender rights are human rights /  |r Riki Wilchins. 
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