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Richard TewksburyTRULY CUTTING-EDGE. . . . A MUST-READ FOR SCHOLARS AND STUDENTS of the social construction of gender and gendered deviance. A long-overdue book that should stand as a centerpiece in the study and discussion of what it means to construct, perform, and experience gender. Will challenge our contemporary understandings about drag and female impersonation and also clarify the numerous myths long associated with drag and female impersonation. . . . Draws together a wide array of voices, some well-known and widely respected, others fresh and new, to look at what drag and female impersonation mean as individual and group experiences and often overlooked building blocks for communities and social institutions.
—PhD, Professor of Justice Administration, University of Louisville