Fucking Trans Women
This zine-style publication is an amazing resource for trans women and their sex partners, and anyone who wants to learn more about trans women's sexuality. Part practical sex guide, part advice manual, part personal narrative, this book is insightful and witty and has a visual style that recalls all your favorite black and white collaged zines from the 90's. Trans inclusive sex guides are hard to find, and trans focused guides even more so. Sometimes when there's a shortage of a particular type of resource, it's easy to settle for a mediocre choice. That's definitely not the case here. Bellwether has written a wonderfully detailed, intelligent sex guide that is strengthened by the presence of her own voice and experiences throughout.
Author: Mira Bellwether
Publisher: Amazon Createspace
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Trans Bodies, Trans Selves
This product is sold outThis unprecedented resource brings together voices from across the transgender community to form a dazzlingly wide-ranging compendium of information on trans lives and experiences. Medical, legal, social, and cultural topics are given thorough overviews in 24 chapters, all written by transgender or genderqueer authors, while further insight, specificity, and perspectives from literally hundreds of contributors are provided in short sections interspersed throughout the book that range from personal stories to expert commentary to poetry. With chapters on subjects like "Race, Ethnicity, and Culture," "Immigration," "Disabilities and Deaf Culture," and "Aging," and beginning from the premise that "There is no one way to be transgender," Trans Bodies, Trans Selves demonstrates an admirable effort to represent the trans community as fully as possible, in all of its complexities and intersecting identities. Rich with practical information, suggestions for further resources, and knowledge in a multitude of areas to help us better understand ourselves and each other, this is a truly indispensable guide written by and for trans people and their allies.
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Editor: Laura Erickson-Schroth