- ASIN: B006P1WYJ8
- Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
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Bornstein also makes the connection between gender, race, class, etc. in ways that most writers avoid.
The book was high subjective, and after x number of pages in I was left feeling bored, confused, and strange (all things I don't need help feeling).
As a transgendered person myself, I found the book enlightening and helpful in my own discovery of gender, and who I really am.
I found a free copy of this and tried my damnedest to read it and fill out the gender aptitude questions but not only was the formatting awful, (pick ONE FONT, oh my god) but the... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Hedo
This book is really badly written, and it's written by and for people who think they know what it means to actually be the opposite gender or who hope to, yet fail to accomplish... Read morePublished 10 months ago by J.
Doesn't try to convert you to questioning yourself or anything like that, has a lot of fun activities that force you outside of your comfort zone and help you understand what... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Agent Smashing
The workbook aspect of this title is what really sells it. I think there are some details in the book that sex/gender scholars might quibble over, but overall the power of this... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Jason Crockett
This is a great book for begining discussions or exploration into gender idenity and how sexuality is fluid and that gender can not be controlled by biology.Published 23 months ago by R. Jackson
A very challenging book on who you are or who you think you are. It deals with how we see ourselves as gendered selves, and the various quizzes within give you the opportunity to... Read morePublished on May 2, 2012 by Toosh
I bought this workbook hoping it would be an additional resource for young transgenders 11-17 In reality, more for the 20+ year olds.Published on November 19, 2011 by Mary A. Brasch