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by Claudine Griggs

ePub Passage Through Trinidad: Journal of a Surgical Sex Change download
Author:
Claudine Griggs
ISBN13:
978-0786400881
ISBN:
0786400889
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Publisher:
McFarland Publishing; First Edition edition (November 1, 1995)
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Professionals & Academics
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Journal of a Sex Change book. Updated with a new foreword by Judith Halberstam, Griggs' book was originally published as Passage through Trinidad in 1996

Journal of a Sex Change book. Updated with a new foreword by Judith Halberstam, Griggs' book was originally published as Passage through Trinidad in 1996. Journal of a Sex Change provides an intimate look at the compelling journey from male to female. Griggs provides us with an inside perspective on one of the most private and complicated transformations possible. She recounts her sex change process in Updated with a new foreword by Judith Halberstam, Griggs' book was originally published as Passage through Trinidad in 1996.

Journal of a Sex Change : Passage Through Trinidad. By (author) Claudine Griggs.

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Journal of a Sex Change:. has been added to your Cart. Her book is compelling reading, both as a narrative and for its emotional and psychological insights. It is good to have it back in print. -Robert E. Morsberger and Katharine M. Morsberger.

Journal of a Sex Change is an intimate look at the compelling journey from male to female

Journal of a Sex Change is an intimate look at the compelling journey from male to female. She recounts her sex change process in compelling detail, from the emotional decision to pursue the surgery, to the procedure itself, to the long and painful recovery process.

First published in 1996 as Passage through Trinidad : journal of a surgical sex change by McFarland & Company In. . Personal Name: Griggs, Claudine, 1953- Diaries. Personal Name: Griggs, Claudine, 1953- Passage through Trinidad. Rubrics: Transsexuals United States Diaries Sex change.

Passage Through Trinidad: Journal of a Surgical Sex Change. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & C. c1996. Griggs discusses her sex change from decision, through surgery, and beyond. S/he: Changing Sex and Changing Clothes. Oxford, UK; New York: Berg, 1998. Transwoman Griggs explores the pressures to conform to gender stereotypes that transgender individuals face. A book for the mental health practitioner, presenting transgenderism as a normal variation of human expression. Looking Queer: Body Image and Identity in Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay, and Transgender Communities.

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Journal of a Sex Change: Passage through Trinidad. From the book jacket: "Updated with a new foreword by Judith Halberstam, Griggs' book was originally published as Passage through Trinidad in 1996. Oxford: Bloomsbury/Berg, 1998. One of many underlying questions in S/he: How is wearing a certain body like wearing a certain dress? Memoir. Journal of a Sex Change: Passage through Trinidad.

Journal of a sex change: Passage through Trinidad. Transvestic fetishism in the general population: Prevalence and correlates. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 31, 87–95. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Lawrence, A. A. (1998)

Journal of a sex change: Passage through Trinidad. (1998). Men trapped in men’s bodies: An introduction to the concept of autogynephilia.

Through an examination of the experience of transsexuals, this book enhances understanding of how gender can and does function in powerful . Claudine Griggs, University of Massachusetts and Rhode Island College. Библиографические данные.

Through an examination of the experience of transsexuals, this book enhances understanding of how gender can and does function in powerful, complex and subtle ways. The author, who has herself been surgically reassigned, has conducted extensive interviews with transsexuals from many walks of life. S/he: Changing Sex and Changing Clothes Dress, Body, Culture.

In July 1991, the author underwent a surgical sex change from a man to a woman. The surgery was performed (in Trinidad, Colorado) by Stanley Biber, M.D., dean of sex change operations. This work begins at the time Ms. Griggs decided to pursue the surgery and continues through her recovery. Though the procedure altered the author's body, poignantly accounted for also is the mental transformation.