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eBook Transvestites transsexuals: Mixed views ePub

by Deborah Heller Feinbloom

  • ISBN: 0440085136
  • Subcategory: No category
  • Author: Deborah Heller Feinbloom
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Delacorte Press/S. Lawrence (1976)
  • Pages: 303
  • ePub book: 1691 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1700 kb
  • Other: lit mbr txt lit
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 601

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Transvestites & Transsexuals: Mixed Views. Transvestites & Transsexuals: Mixed Views. by. Deborah Heller Feinbloom.

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Their plight is especially well articulated by Phil, who-with Feinbloom's support-is now thoroughly Helenized. A Merloyd Lawrence book. Bibliography: p. -296. New York : Delacorte Press/S.

5 Transgender people. Transvestites and cross-dressers. 6 Origins and prevalence. Feinbloom, Deborah Heller (1976). Intersections between LGBT, race, and class stereotypes. ISBN 978-0-440-08513-3. Archived from the original on 2008-05-20. Retrieved 2007-04-07.

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Such women may have difficulty relating to men because they prefer women, Feinbloom says, but can’t admit the fact to themselves. For these females, a transvestite husband may provide an acceptable pseudo-woman with whom they can relate intimately, while allowing them to express a socially permissible hostility by belittling cross-dressing behavior.

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Comments

Gerceytone Gerceytone
I found this book to be a fascinating glimpse into how researchers, in this case a sociologist, perceived cross dressers ("transvestites" in the terminology of the time and book) and transsexuals, back in the 1970's. The author writes from what was a very liberal viewpoint in the early 1970's, and many of the insights are what we believe today, but just as many are almost laughably funny for being so naive in their recognition of what we know to be true about of sexuality and gender today. For example, the book takes a radical, for the time, view that maybe transsexualism is not curable and has a real, significant biological component, but there are also currents of the "smother mother" and "distant father" paradigms to explain TV and TS behavior. The author also explores the passage of a person from male to female that provides much insight today into similar passages. The author briefly touches upon the pathology of TV and TS behavior, and adopts a surprisingly modern view that it is not a mental illness to be cured (unlike what we have read up to very recently in the DSM manuals that govern what is and what is not a mental illness). Overall, the author has some real insights that have stood the test of time, and a few anachronisms, and anyone who is transgendered would find this book fascinating as an excellent source of the historical thought concerning TV and TG, and also that many in the scientific community were already realizing that the condition was not a mental illness, not a condition or choice to be cured, and that there were real, serious struggles for those who found themselves to be TV or TS.
Justie Justie
Published in the mid-70s, this book evenly covers both transvestism and transsexualism from a sociologist's point of view. While the book could be taught in a classroom, it is far from dry or academic, and would hold the interest of the lay reader. People with gender issues or those affected by another person's gender issues will find some useful information in these pages for coming to terms with the topic. Personally speaking, this book led to my own ephiphany in 1985. Highly recommended. It's a shame it's still not in print.
Dream Dream
Arrived on time! Good book!!
Fordredor Fordredor
Published in the mid-70s, this book evenly covers both transvestism and transsexualism from a sociologist's point of view. While the book could be taught in a classroom, it is far from dry or academic, and would hold the interest of the lay reader. People with gender issues or those affected by another person's gender issues will find some useful information in these pages for coming to terms with the topic. Personally speaking, this book led to my own ephiphany in 1985. Highly recommended. It's a good thing used copies are available.