The powerful first-person narratives of this collection show us a world where gender exists along a spectrum, a web, a multidimensional space.
It Feels Good to Be Yourself
This picture book introduces the concept of gender identity to the youngest readers, from writer Theresa Thorn and illustrator Noah Grigni.
In this narrative, Thomas McBee, a trans man, sets out to uncover what makes a man-- and what being a "good" man even means-- through his experience training for and fighting in a charity boxing match at Madison Square Garden.
This collection of insightful, pithy and passionately argued think pieces from a trans-feminist perspective explores issues surrounding gender, feminism and philosophy and challenges misconceptions about trans identities.
Lou Sullivan: Daring to be a Man Among Men
Brice D. Smith reclaims one of the most tragically overlooked people in LGBT history. Sullivan marched for Civil Rights, embraced the 1960s counterculture, came of age in the gay liberation movement, transformed medical treatment of trans people, institut
FTM, MTF, thirdgender, genderqueer, and other non-traditional identities beyond traditional male and female are included in this often heartwarming, occasionally heartbreaking, truly groundbreaking anthology. From monogamous love, marriage, and parenting
My Husband Betty
My Husband Betty is the first book to explore the relationships of crossdressing men and their female partners. Known traditionally as transvestites, men like Helen Boyd's husband are starting to come out and win the respect of friends, family, and societ
Love, Always
In over 50 essays, letters, and poems, readers hear from those who often receive little airtime in popular culture: The partners of transgender people. In this first-of-its kind collection, we catch glimpses of love, strife, and growth from those who witn
Becoming Nicole
The inspiring true story of a transgender girl, her identical twin brother, and an ordinary American family's extraordinary journey to understand, nurture, and celebrate the uniqueness in us all, from the Pulitzer Prize winning science reporter for "The W
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