Who's Really from Venus?: The Tale of Two Genders

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Finally the answer to the Question: Can the balance of masculinity and femininity improve humanity? There are millions of people on Planet Earth who choose to embrace the better qualities of Venus and Mars rather than stay with the stereotypical model or expected norms of their birth sex. Their stories are presented within the pages of this thought provoking book.
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Overview

Finally the answer to the Question: Can the balance of masculinity and femininity improve humanity? There are millions of people on Planet Earth who choose to embrace the better qualities of Venus and Mars rather than stay with the stereotypical model or expected norms of their birth sex. Their stories are presented within the pages of this thought provoking book.
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Jane Ellen Fairfax
"Who's Really from Venus? Is the best book written by Dr. Peggy Rudd to date and should be a must read for everyone on Planet Earth"
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780962676246
  • Publisher: PM Publishers, Inc.
  • Publication date: 6/1/1998
  • Pages: 174
  • Product dimensions: 5.52 (w) x 8.49 (h) x 0.46 (d)

Meet the Author

Dr. Peggy Rudd has combined her degrees in education and cultural studies with many years of consultation in the field of gender interpersonal relationships. She has written four best selling books.
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Table of Contents

Part One: Who's Really from Venus?
1. Transcending Venus and Mars
2. The Tale of Two Genders
3. A dozen Bits of Wisdom

Part Two: Coping on Venus and Mars
4. Let Venus End the Power Struggle
5. Why Clothing Validates Femininity and Affects Intimacy
6. Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places
7. Learning To Face Conflict
8. Making a Commitment

Part Three: Getting Involved
9. Priscilla, Queen of the Seas
10. The Original SPICE Girls
11. Southern Comfort, Real Lives
12. Support Organizations
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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 27, 2005

    A great book for the transgendered

    Having wondered for a very long time why I like to cross-dress, I decided to find some answers. Browsing through the many titles,I came upon Who's Really from Venus? Dr. Rudd's book is a must for those heterosexual men like me that need answers. I found the book very informative and it also gave many ideas into relationships and love with your spouse/partner. It opened my eyes and mind into why men feel like being feminine at times. I enjoyed the stories from others as I could relate to what they were saying and had gone through. If you have also been wondering, I highly suggest you read Who's Really from Venus? It is a must have. I have already read it twice!

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