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Gender outlaws : the next generation

Author: Kate Bornstein; S Bear Bergman
Publisher: Berkeley, Calif. : Seal Press : Distributed by Publishers Group West, ©2010.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"In the fifteen years since the release of Gender Outlaw, Kate Bornstein's groundbreaking challenge to gender ideology, transgender narratives have made their way from the margins to the mainstream. Today's transpeople, genderqueers, and other sex/gender radicals are writing a drastically new world into being. Gender Outlaws, edited by the original gender outlaw, Bornstein, together with writer, raconteur, and  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kate Bornstein; S Bear Bergman
ISBN: 9781580053082 1580053084
OCLC Number: 526069032
Description: 302 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Kate Bornstein and S. Bear Bergman --
pt. 1. Do I look like an outlaw to you? --
We're all someone's freak / Gwendolyn Ann Smith --
Trans-corporation: a benefit analysis of a transgender man in a corporate setting / CT Whitley --
A slacker and delinquent in basketball shoes / Raquel (Lucas) Platero Méndez --
The old folks at home / Janet Hardy --
Dear Austin special needs bathroom / StormMiguel Florez --
Identity, schmidentity / Telyn Kusalik --
Letting my light out / Leona Lo --
Imposter / Quince Mountain --
Jihad / Azadeh Arsanjani --
Are you a boy or a girl? / Roe-Anne Alexander --
pt. 2. Being reconfigured is not the same as being reimagined --
The big reveal / Sherilyn Connelly --
The wrong body / Scott Turner Schofield --
Performance piece / Julia Serano --
The perfect storm / Sam Peterson --
A drag queen born in a female body / Adrian Dalton (aka Lola Lypsinka) --
Dual citizenship / Ahimsa Timoteo Badhrán --
Trans-ing gender: the surgical option / Mercedes Allen --
I am the "I" / Sean Saifa Wall --
Make me a vessel for anomaly / Simon Iris --
I am transreal: a reflection on/of becoming Dragon / Micha Cárdenas --
Taking up space / Kyle Lukoff --
Transliteration / Fransisco Fernández --
pt. 3. ... which is why I'm as cute as I happen to be --
Daddy gets the big piece of chicken / Fran Varian --
On living well and coming free / Ryka Aoki --
Faygele / Dane Kuttler --
The secret life of my wiener / Cory Schmanke Parrish --
In our skin / A. P. Andre and Luis Gutierrez-Mock --
Glitter, glitter, on the wall, who's the queerest of them all? / Esmé Rodriguez (aka T. Kupin-Escobar) --
Transfag robot manifesto / Sam Orchard --
Transcension / Katie Diamond and Johnny Blazes --
Intermission / Kate Bornstein and S. Bear Bergman --
pt. 4. It might not be a picnic, but there's a great buffet --
The manly art of pregnancy / J. Wallace --
Transgressing gender at Passover with Jesus! / Peterson Toscano --
Today's new name may be tomorrow's old / Sassafras Lowrey --
Calling for the recognition of self-love as a legitimate relationship in the game of life / Andrea Jenkins --
Why you don't have to choose a white boy name to be a man in this world / Kenji Tokawa --
Talk Derby to me / Uzi Sioux --
Seeworthy / E. S. Weistbrot --
pt. 5. And still we rise --
Marsha P. Johnson: ten suns the transformer / Tamiko Beyer --
She-male rising / Shawna Virago --
Princess / Christine Smith --
Shot, stabbed, choked, strangled, broken: a ritual for November 20th / Roz Kaveney --
Proof / Bo Luengsuraswat --
The voice / Joy Ladin --
The role of culture in cleansing gender outlaws: the Lamal Ceremony of the Maasai, Kenya / Judy Wawira Gichoya and Priscilla Maina --
Shooting s(t)ar / Amir Rabiyah --
Pilgrimage / Zev Al-Walid --
Cisgender privilege: on the privileges of performing normative gender / Evin Taylor --
Epilogue / Kate Bornstein and S. Bear Bergman.
Responsibility: [edited by] Kate Bornstein and S. Bear Bergman.

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Part coming-of-age story, part mind-altering manifesto on gender and sexuality, coming directly to you from the life experiences of a transsexual woman, Gender Outlaw breaks all the rules and leaves  Read more...

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