A Herstory of Transmasculine Identities: An Annotated Anthology

A Herstory of Transmasculine Identities An Annotated Anthology Unravelling the complex intersections of FTM gender transitions lesbianism and feminism Part One explores the deeper meanings definitions and embodiments of gender sexuality and identity includin

  • Title: A Herstory of Transmasculine Identities: An Annotated Anthology
  • Author: Michael Eric Brown Joe Ippolito Cooper Lee Bombardier
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 345
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Unravelling the complex intersections of FTM gender transitions, lesbianism and feminism Part One explores the deeper meanings, definitions and embodiments of gender, sexuality, and identity, including the social and personal politics of each Part Two contains the stories and experiences of individuals who welcome this opportunity to share their lives in order to faciUnravelling the complex intersections of FTM gender transitions, lesbianism and feminism Part One explores the deeper meanings, definitions and embodiments of gender, sexuality, and identity, including the social and personal politics of each Part Two contains the stories and experiences of individuals who welcome this opportunity to share their lives in order to facilitate understanding, acceptance and education This book shares stories of those individuals who came from the lesbian community and how they arrived at the place they are now in their identities There are also stories from those who were not a part of the lesbian community but adhered to a strong feminist perspective, having to overcome reservations of moving from a gender associated with oppression to one associated with privilege These stories encompass a variety of experiences with exploring gender, sexuality, and identity This book is not intended to portray the experience of all female to male individuals, nor is it in any way saying that transmasculine people are lesbian, but rather it is to fill a void in literature for a particular group of men in the trans community.

    One thought on “A Herstory of Transmasculine Identities: An Annotated Anthology”

    1. Some great stuff, but a lot of it was inconsistent. I think it's hard to write for other trans folks, but was still bummed by how many of these dudes opted for the most cliched language. Notable standouts were folks like Cooper, who are both writers, and men with a depth of understanding of their own lives, and their place inside spaces and communities. This book also seems to imagine (with a few exceptions) a world without trans women, except when it's quoting some of the famous trans women who [...]

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