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S/He Paperback – March 1, 2005
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I also found the "Some straights and gays alike may be repulsed by Pratt, finding her neither a "real woman" nor a "real lesbian"" of Amazon's Booklist review to be gratuitous, inflammatory, condescending, and repulsive. Gender and sexual identity are highly personal and nuanced, and not subject to external validation.
Recommended reading for:
- Anyone who enjoys poetic prose
- Anyone studying gender dentity or sexual identity
- Anyone who enjoys Dorothy Allison, Leslie Feinberg, or Bear Bergman
Like the soft spoken and appearing Southern lady gone North as she is, Pratt's got a near subliminal "undertext" going on beneath the surface reading of everyday life stories. One of the most delightfully subversive texts I've read of a modern poetic prose writer.
Oh give this one to all cultural and literary criticism students, queer theorists, transgender and gender studies scholars, and the poets, of course.
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This was great!!! As a dyke who has had a hard time coming to terms with being a femme, it was great to see some of myself in this book. Read morePublished on April 18, 2010 by S. Lewis
I honestly tried to read with an open mind, but if this pretentious, pornographic little book is meant to shed light on the notion of gender fluidity, it comes up woefully short.Published on January 7, 2008 by Beverly Molnar