Transgender Complete, a Virtual Handbook - Joanne Borden

Transgender Complete, a Virtual Handbook

By Joanne Borden

  • Release Date: 2015-11-12
  • Genre: Social Science

Description

This is an important and complete resource for:

Transgender People who seek more information about themselves, their gender origins, how to maintain better relations with and come out to family members and employers;

Those Who Know a Transgender Person will learn the cause, why it is kept a secret, their biological imperative to express their inner gender, and how to maintain a loving relationship with their transgender loved one;

Employers will learn why transgender employees are ideal employees and how simple and effortless it is to integrate them into any organization; and

Students and Professionals, in the fields of psychotherapy, education, psychology, sociology, anthropology, and medicine, will gain insight into transgender peoples' thoughts and lives.

This book includes every aspect of transgenderism, original research, and over 180 comments from transgender women and men regarding the issues.

Joanne Borden, is also the author of "The Transgender Monologues, Gender, Sexuality, and LGBT Life" plus "Identical Treatment In the Machine of the Law, The Quest For Transgender Civil Rights" is the winner of the Best Story Teller of 2012 at New York City's Fresh Fruit Festival and based this book on 4 years of full-time research.

Dr. Renee Richards, a transgender icon and modern transgender pioneer, wrote, "I read it [Transgender Complete] and was impressed with how comprehensive and erudite a discussion it was of all things transgender."

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