Journal Of A Transsexual book.
Journal Of A Transsexual book. Being transgender would not be removed for another 33 years, the year before Leslie died.
Journal Of A Transsexual. Note: these are all the books on Goodreads for this author. Is this you? Let us know.
Diane Leslie Feinberg was raised by Jewish working class parents first in Kansas City . Diane Leslie Feinberg. Journal of a Transsexual. World View 21 pp 1980.
Diane Leslie Feinberg was raised by Jewish working class parents first in Kansas City, Missouri, then in Arizona and Buffalo, New York. She left home as a teenager. Her parents debated signing papers to have her incarcerated, and even speculated that Leslie was possessed by an evil spirit. Both books were published by Beacon Press, which is somewhat notorious among trans activists as it was the publisher of both Janice Raymond and Mary Daly.
Leslie Feinberg (September 1, 1949 – November 15, 2014) was an American butch lesbian, transgender activist, communist, and author. Feinberg authored Stone Butch Blues in 1993
Leslie Feinberg (September 1, 1949 – November 15, 2014) was an American butch lesbian, transgender activist, communist, and author. Feinberg authored Stone Butch Blues in 1993. Her writing, notably Stone Butch Blues and her pioneering non-fiction book, 1996's Transgender Warriors, laid the groundwork for much of the terminology and awareness around gender studies and was instrumental in bringing these issues to a more mainstream audience.
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Feinberg's new book may be just that kind. Athena Douris, Girlfriends. I've read Leslie Feinberg before and I've read many similar trans books from other authors
Feinberg's new book may be just that kind. Part poet, part cartographer, and part grassroots organizer, Feinberg escorts us lovingly through the transgender nation. Trans Liberation brings together a diversity of agendas, giving a fresh, urgent twist to everything from the politics of national health-care reform to debates about infant genital mutilation and queer history. -Rachel Mattson, Village Voice Literary Supplement. I've read Leslie Feinberg before and I've read many similar trans books from other authors. Tis is a good book and I recommend it, but it didn't blow me away.
Diane Leslie Feinberg is an author who wrote the following book: Feinberg, Diane Leslie (1980). This entry is merely a stub for an article about an author.
In 1980 Diane Leslie Feinberg authored Journal of a Transsexual. Feinberg now presents hirself as someone who would "rather not be" gender-categorized, who does not fit prevailing gender notions. What type of file do you want?