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Whipping girl a transsexual woman on sexism and the scapegoating of femininity

A provocative manifesto, Whipping Girl tells the powerful story of Julia Serano, a transsexual woman whose supremely intelligent writing reflects her diverse background as a lesbian transgender activist and professional biologist. Serano shares her experiences and observations -- both pre- and post-transition -- to reveal the ways in which fear, suspicion, and dismissiveness toward femininity shape our societal attitudes toward trans women, as well as gender and sexuality as a whole. Serano's well-honed arguments stem from her ability to bridge the gap between the often-disparate biological and.

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  • "Reveals the ways that fear, contempt, and dismissiveness toward femininity shape our societal attitudes toward trans women, as well as gender and sexuality as a whole."
  • "A provocative manifesto, Whipping Girl tells the powerful story of Julia Serano, a transsexual woman whose supremely intelligent writing reflects her diverse background as a lesbian transgender activist and professional biologist. Serano shares her experiences and observations -- both pre- and post-transition -- to reveal the ways in which fear, suspicion, and dismissiveness toward femininity shape our societal attitudes toward trans women, as well as gender and sexuality as a whole. Serano's well-honed arguments stem from her ability to bridge the gap between the often-disparate biological and."@en

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  • "LGBTQ YA"
  • "Livres électroniques"
  • "Electronic books"@en

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  • "Whipping girl"
  • "Whipping Girl : a transsexual woman on sexism and the scapegoating of femininity"
  • "Whipping girl a transsexual woman on sexism and the scapegoating of femininity"@en
  • "Whipping girl a transsexual woman on sexism and the scapegoating of femininity"
  • "Whipping girl : a transsexual woman on sexism and the scapegoating of femininity"