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Really very interesting.
After only reading about gender from Kate, I was pleasantly surprised by the breadth of topics covered, especially the in-depth discussion of Scientology.
For everyone who has gone through life living life as they feel it must be lived, and been persecuted for it, this book is for you.
This book is wonderful, funny, heartbreaking, inspiring, riveting, honest, and loads of other adjectives, all of which you'd want to associate with a good read. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Hannes Sasi Palsson
I thought it was mostly boring, which is why I give it 3 stars. Just because you have abnormal life events, it doesn't make your life exciting.Published 22 days ago by GrimKeeper
Any book that is framed as a love letter to an estranged child is going to be bursting with love, but Kate Bornstein’s “Queer and Pleasant Danger” is also raw, funny and wrenching,... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Deborah Vilmur
It must have taken a lot of guts to write this
memoir. I learned a lot, especially to listen to someone whom I would have thought really "queer" a month ago--what a... Read more
Kate Bornstein has written a book that succeeds on many levels. One is her childhood and slow realization that she wasn't comfortable in a male body. Read morePublished 5 months ago by David L. Ashcraft
Kate Bornstein has lived so many lives that it's hard to believe she could write a memoir that's less than 300 pages. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Shannon Drury
Wow. This moved me in many ways, allowing me to meet a wonderful individual that I probably would not cross paths with in this life. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Tenshi