Moxie, Vol. 1

Moxie Vol Small hidden mind blowing that s how I remember my transsexual community in So begins Moxie a collection of essays written by award winning author and publisher Jay Sennett Sennett began livin

  • Title: Moxie, Vol. 1
  • Author: Jay Sennett
  • ISBN: 9781948097017
  • Page: 382
  • Format: ebook
  • Small, hidden, mind blowing that s how I remember my transsexual community in 1996 So begins Moxie, a collection of essays written by award winning author and publisher Jay Sennett Sennett began living as a man in 1996, a time before the term transgender was commonly used In the 20 years since, he has experienced many unexpected aspects of being a man, and of living Small, hidden, mind blowing that s how I remember my transsexual community in 1996 So begins Moxie, a collection of essays written by award winning author and publisher Jay Sennett Sennett began living as a man in 1996, a time before the term transgender was commonly used In the 20 years since, he has experienced many unexpected aspects of being a man, and of living with hormones Male privilege, ambivalence about transitioning, being diagnosed with a mental illness are just a few of many topics he deals with from the perspective of long experience and an acute sensibility about human nature For anyone thinking about transitioning and for anyone who has feared discussing the confusing, contradictory and confounding aspects of transition, Moxie can help.From the Introduction In ways I think younger people today find difficult to comprehend I had few opportunities for connections AOL ran a few FtM boards That was it for the internet No Facebook No Youtube No blogs No websites FtM International sent their newsletters by mail.There were few people to talk to then Now there are people But I have found among FtMs, then as now, the same silences Then as now, we never discussed how changing genders enhanced our racial privilege or how men terrorized and sexually assaulted men they perceive as weaker, feminine, faggy or what was involved in changing sexual orientation or how terrifying it sometimes was to change genders.Then as now, we avoid these difficult conversations.Then as now we chat about superficial changes, deepening voices, sprouting facial hair, the plusses of one injection site over another or coming out Pre and post op photos get taken or video taped and shared Essay titles include White Trans America has a Black HistoryIs T Best Served with L and G A Pink Ruffled Shirt Makes the ManMtFs and Bathroom PanicA Beautiful Form of PolitenessOur Monumental Desire for the Binary Gender SystemRadical Transsexual AcceptanceI am Not Crazy Are Gender Neutral Bathrooms Really Neutral Pronouns After Twenty Years on TestosteroneSimplistic Transition MetaphorsWhat s Up With Cisgender Anyway Love, Truth and the Voice

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