Information for the Female-to-Male Cross Dresser and Transsexual

Information for the Female to Male Cross Dresser and Transsexual An overview and guide on FTM transsexualism and crossdressing with chapters on The Difference between Sexual Identity and Gender Role Preference What is Transsexuality Crossdressing Possible Biologic

  • Title: Information for the Female-to-Male Cross Dresser and Transsexual
  • Author: Louis Graydon Sullivan
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 210
  • Format: Paperback
  • An overview and guide on FTM transsexualism and crossdressing, with chapters on The Difference between Sexual Identity and Gender Role Preference What is Transsexuality Crossdressing Possible Biological Causes Psychological Treatment Sex Reassignment Your Sex Life, Contacts and Referrals and Includes useful information on passing with regards to clothing, facAn overview and guide on FTM transsexualism and crossdressing, with chapters on The Difference between Sexual Identity and Gender Role Preference What is Transsexuality Crossdressing Possible Biological Causes Psychological Treatment Sex Reassignment Your Sex Life, Contacts and Referrals and Includes useful information on passing with regards to clothing, face and hair, clothing and shoe sizes, breast binding, the crotch, etc homologues in female and male urogenital anatomy, family issues, true stories of females who crossed over, bibliography and filmography.

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    1. Before going on to my review I need to emphasize the time period of this text. Information for the Female-to-Male Cross Dressers and Transsexual was originally written by Louis Sullivan in 1980 and is followed by two further editions in 1985 and 1990, respectively. This review is about the second edition (1980). Due to its relative early position in trans writings it includes some archaic terminology, including calling female to male/trans men "women" or "she" and male to female/trans women "men [...]

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