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Explore the common ground—and the important differences—between bisexuality and transgenderism!
This book, guaranteed to provoke debate and discussion of sexuality and gender, is the first devoted exclusively to the relationship between transgenderism and bisexuality. Combining the work of scholars and activists, professional writers and lay people, Bisexuality and Transgenderism: InterSEXions of the Others proesents ideas, thoughts, feelings, and insights from a variety of contributors who are committed to understanding—and deepening our understanding of—gender and sexuality. You’ll find scholarly essays, narratives, poetry, and a revealing interview with four male-to-female transsexuals, two of whom are married to women who also participate in the discussion. In addition, the book includes insightful chapters by well-known advocates of transgenderism, including Jamison "James" Green, Coralee Drechsler, and Matthew Kailey.
The editors of Bisexuality and Transgenderism: InterSEXions of the Others make the provocative but crucial claim that the larger queer community looks at "B" and "T" lives as mere "add-ons" to "L" and "G." In this book they focus attention on bisexuality and transgenderism—moving the "margins" to center stage and exploring how sexuality, gender, desire, and intimacy are constructed and circulate in our society. The book’s inclusion of voices and scholarship from Eastern cultures challenges our understanding of sexuality and gender constructions all the more, giving this collection a global scope.
Here is a sample of what Bisexuality and Transgenderism: InterSEXions of the Others examines:
|Bisexuality and transgenderism : interSEXions of the others||1|
|GL vs. BT : the archacology of biphobia and transphobia within the U.S. Gay and Lesbian community||25|
|Yeah, yeah, oh-yeah, just dropped in to see what condition my condition was in||63|
|Pomosexual play : going beyond the binaristic limits of gender?||71|
|Swing it baby!||87|
|Bisexual and transgender identities in a nonclinical sample of North Americans : suicidal intent, behavioral difficulties, and mental health treatment||93|
|The story so far||111|
|Social bodies, pagan hearts||117|
|"There are different points in your life where you can go either way" : discussing transsexuality and bisexuality with some women of CrossPort||129|
|Looking toward the interSEXions : examining bisexual and transgender identity formation from a dialectical theoretical perspective||151|
|Trans/positioning the (drag?) king of comedy : bisexuality and queer Jewish space in the works of Sandra Bernhard||171|
|Butch-Femme interrupted : Angelina Jolie, bisexuality and the new Butch Femme||181|
|Living more "like oneself" : transgender identities and sexualities in Japan||203|
|While diving, drink water : bisexual and transgender intersections in South Sulawesi, Indonesia||231|
|"Outing" and "duplicity"||249|
|Walking through walls : an immodest proposal for trans-cending sexual orientation||253|
|We are all others : an argument for queer||265|
|Centering : an alternate perspective||277|
Posted May 11, 2013
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Posted May 11, 2013