Transgressive : a trans woman on gender, feminism and politics / Rachel Anne Williams.
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|Greenwood PL - Greenwood||306.768 WIL (Text)||36626104082474||2nd Floor New Adult||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781785926471
- ISBN: 1785926470
- Physical Description: 272 pages ; 22 cm
- Publisher: London ; Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2019.
- Copyright: ©2019
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Trans porn, trans women, and the fetishization of "t-gurls" -- Trans women and male privilege -- Trannies, traps, and the third gender -- Becoming the woman I never was -- Embracing ambiguity -- On being an angry tranny -- Trans feminism is real feminism -- The paradoxical duality of cat-calling -- Dysphoria as a symptom of modernity -- Sapiosexualism is here to stay -- Why I was not born in the wrong body -- The inherent superiority of softness -- Nobody is trans enough -- The three waves of trans feminism -- Let us grow -- Early days of transition: a phenomenology of change -- Learning to say "fuck it" to passing -- Hyper-vigilance in the gender machine -- Monster politics: on-being-an-assemblage -- Is the very concept of "passing" problematic? -- The "truscum" debate -- Radical feminism, essentialism, and normality -- Autogynephilia, the gift that keeps on giving -- Gender hacking, bio-sex, and the new identity politics -- A plea for agnosticism in an age of ardor -- There I go again, thinking I have a basic right to exist in society -- Sacred bullshit: a rebuttal to Dan Harris -- Against the sex/gender distinction -- Trans without transition? a critique of gender identity -- How do I know I am trans? -- Brains, vats, and radical feminism -- Gender agnosticism -- The promise and failure of gender nihilism -- Sex changes -- Giving up my my male privilege -- U-hauling, radical vulnerability, and the existential feels of queer, poly love -- "That's so crazy!": ableism, madness, and the politics of perfect language -- Queering personal finance -- t4t -- Learning to love myself.
"How do I know I am trans? Is trans feminism real feminism? What is there to say about trans women's male privilege? 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. The book confronts contentious debates in gender studies to alleviate ongoing tension between feminism and trans women. Split into six sections, this collection covers wider issues, as well as autobiographical experiences, designed to stimulate the reader and encourage them to actively participate"-- Provided by publisher.
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