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Genderqueer: Voices from Beyond the Sexual Binary (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 1 ago 2002

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5.0 su 5 stelle Great and Inspirational Resource 25 maggio 2010
Di HomoGotikus - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
This is an interesting, inspirational, and well written anthology from a variety of different perspectives and experiences with genderqueerness. It gives a great insight into some of the history of queer movements, into the minds and hearts of some queer individuals, and into the eyes and ears of significant others of genderqueers.

Perhaps my favourite part of this book is how unique each voice is. They don't always agree with each other, they don't always focus on the same issues, they don't always try to get the same points across- and what this produces is something very powerful.

As a genderqueer myself, reading this book provided me with some amazing confidence. It has also provided me with some interesting perspective. Overall, I highly recommend this for anyone interested in gender related issues, and especially for those of you who feel you're not quite within the lines.
5.0 su 5 stelle This book is amazing and definitely helped me early on in my transition 3 agosto 2016
Di Gabriella Lucía Aranguren - Pubblicato su
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This book is amazing and definitely helped me early on in my transition. I lent it to my then lover and never got it back but I just got another copy because it feels good to have it on my bookshelf.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Best book 19 settembre 2010
Di Samantha - Pubblicato su
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I love this book owned two copies now and every time i get a new one there is someone i know that needs to borrow it or have it. So i end up giving it to them and start looking for a new copy. The one I just recently recieve is now passed down to a deer friend... If you want real life short biographies of queer lives, people pushing social boundaries... breaking gender stereotypes into pieces. this is the book for you... love it live it
5.0 su 5 stelle Courageous enough? 20 novembre 2013
Di S.D. - Pubblicato su
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For those who do not take to being crammed into a mold and do not want to be defined this is a great read.
5.0 su 5 stelle Wonderful pieces from beyond the gender binary 11 febbraio 2013
Di Sam Rosenthal - Pubblicato su
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Readers of my genderQueer erotic novel RYE ask if there are books I'd recommend: books with similar emotional power. GENDERQUEER, VOICE FROM BEYOND THE SEXUAL BINARY immediately comes to mind. I found this book a couple of years ago and thoroughly enjoyed it, it's a very worthwhile read. Today I picked it off the shelf and brought it with me on the subway, I enjoy the fresh insightful writing. In all, there are 46 short pieces here, most running four to six pages. The variety gives you a brief insight into a life you might never have known, a brief moment that reveals and yet - in aggregate - does nothing to definitively define who we are. Sometimes sad, sometimes funny, sometimes angry, this collection has great variety.

In the table of contents, I asterisked two stories, and they're just as wonderful the second time through. Sonya Bolus' "Loving Outside Simples Lines" is lyrical: touching and beautiful. She recounts her mixed emotions concerning her butch lover's top surgery. Blous' writing is like a warm soft breeze, the leaves floating languidly in the air, emotional with poignant urgency. "When I move against you, when I hold you to my breast, when I take you in my mouth, I take in your whole self. You feel my soul and I respond to you, as a femme, as a lesbian, as a transensual woman... as myself." L. Maurer's "Story of a Preadolescent Drag King" is a humorous memory of fifth-grade, when Mrs. Kay tried to grind the tomboy out of the narrator. She goes along with the gender suppression to get a promised shiny boy's 10-speed (her parent's reward for appeasing the teacher). The story is a friendly reminder that many many people do not want us to be who we are; they will work hard to devalue and diffuse our awareness of our gender and self, in order to box us in to meet their expectations. That's a beautiful and powerful message in this book: we are who we are, and as society fights against that reality we go through a lot of pain and self-discovery. And we come out the other side with a better understanding. The reality of who we are.


It's a shame this book isn't available for Kindle. It really deserves to be read.