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All points in between : shifting on the scale of sex and gender /

https://widenersexualityarchives.org/en/permalink/marc_311446785
Responsibility
Taylor J. Holder.
Date of Publication
2006
Format
Text
Responsibility
Taylor J. Holder.
Author
Holder, Taylor J.
Place of Publication
New York
Publisher
iUniverse
Date of Publication
2006
Physical Description
xxi, 278 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Format
Text
ISBN
9780595399277
0595399274
Notes
Includes bibliography.
Subjects
Sex.
Sex role.
Gender identity.
Collection
Wolfgram Memorial Lbrary Collection
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Apples & oranges : my journey through sexual identity /

https://widenersexualityarchives.org/en/permalink/marc_40124896
Responsibility
Jan Clausen.
Date of Publication
1999.
Format
Text
Responsibility
Jan Clausen.
Alternate Title
Apples and oranges.
Author
Clausen, Jan,
Place of Publication
Boston :
Publisher
Houghton Mifflin,
Date of Publication
1999.
Physical Description
xxix, 253 pages ; 22 cm.
Format
Text
ISBN
0395827523
9780395827529
Notes
The Cushing Library/Women & Gender Studies copy was acquired as part of The Don Kelly Research Collection of Gay Literature and Culture.
Summary
"After more than a decade of "marriage" to a woman with whom she was raising a daughter, Jan Clausen fell in love with a man, stunning herself and the lesbian community to which she had been intimately connected. The experience was, she writes, "like deliberately embarking on a sea cruise off the edge of a flat Earth." In her luminous and affecting memoir, Clausen charts the trajectory of her sexual life - from her first kiss to her later loves - and offers a stinging critique of society's insistence on yoking identity to desire." "In the 1950s Pacific Northwest, Clausen grew up in a family in which premarital sex, swearing, and spicy foods were verboten. In the sixties, she embraced the heterosexual revolution, consorting with various adolescent Lotharios and failing miserably in her effort to become a topless dancer during a summer break from Reed College. But it was amid New York's dynamic lesbian milieu in the 1970s that she "crossed the pass of love" and fell for Leslie Kaplow, also a writer and activist. As a couple, they immersed themselves in the city's feminist literary scene and eventually launched their own magazine. In time, however, Clausen grew restless in her personal relationship and uneasy with what she calls People in Groups, those enforcers of ideological purity. She discovered sweet escape in Nicaragua, whose war-ravaged streets would provide the backdrop for her unpardonable act: falling in love with a West Indian male lawyer." "Apples and Oranges is a testament to the powers and perils of desire. It is also the story of one woman's mourning for the community that cast her out and a dazzling examination of the ways in which we all search for identity. Rejecting all efforts at sexual sorting, including the label "bisexual," for her own journey, Clausen arrives at an understanding whereby both likeness and difference emerge as deeply erotic."--Jacket.
Subjects
Clausen, Jan, -- 1950-
Lesbians -- United States -- Biography.
Gender identity.
Heterosexuality.
Collection
Wolfgram Memorial Lbrary Collection
Call Number
HQ75.4.C55 A3 1999
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Best transgender erotica /

https://widenersexualityarchives.org/en/permalink/marc_1001853373
Responsibility
edited by Hanne Blank & Raven Kaldera.
Date of Publication
2002
Format
Text
Responsibility
edited by Hanne Blank & Raven Kaldera.
Alternate Title
Transgender erotica.
Place of Publication
Cambridge, Mass
Publisher
Circlet
Date of Publication
2002
Physical Description
271 pages ; 22 cm.
Format
Text
ISBN
1885865406
9781885865403
Contents
How / Hanne Blank -- The gay science / Charles Anders -- Small considerations / R. Gay -- Wild ride / Raven Gildea -- Teenie Weenies, Inc. / Matthew Kailey -- Tangaroa / Allison Lonsdale -- Pinkeye / Simon Sheppard -- Evolution / M. Christian -- She'll always own a piece of me / S. Naomi Finkelstein, a.k.a. Max -- The audit / Dominic Santi -- Doppler / Todd Belton -- No charity / Corbie Petulengro -- Up for a nickel / Thomas S. Roche.
A dance of queens / Sacchi Green -- Mars conjunct Venus / Magdalene Meretrix -- Mallrat / Sam Kling -- Becoming / Alex Gino -- The coldest light / Gary Bowen -- As the sparks fly upward / Raven Kaldera -- The velveteen FTM / N.D. Hailey -- Wanting that man / Karen Taylor -- Walt / Ian Philips -- The essence of magic / Stacey Montgomery Scott.
Subjects
Gender identity -- Fiction.
Transsexuals -- Fiction.
Cross-dressers -- Fiction.
Transgender people -- Fiction.
Additional Author
Blank, Hanne.
Kaldera, Raven.
Collection
Wolfgram Memorial Lbrary Collection
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Beyond borders : masculinities and margins : the 17th annual American Men's Studies Association conference proceedings /

https://widenersexualityarchives.org/en/permalink/marc_759059791
Responsibility
edited by Marlen Elliot Harrison and Phillip Ward Schnarrs.
Edition
1st ed.
Date of Publication
Ã2011
Format
Text
Responsibility
edited by Marlen Elliot Harrison and Phillip Ward Schnarrs.
Edition
1st ed.
Place of Publication
Harriman, Tenn
Publisher
Men's Studies Press
Date of Publication
Ã2011
Physical Description
275 pages ; 24 cm.
Format
Text
ISBN
9781931342315
1931342318
9781931342322
1931342326
Notes
Conference proceedings.
Includes index.
Contents
Introduction: a definition of terms / Marlen Elliot Harrison -- Men and masculinities -- Beyond borders : masculinities and margins / Victor J. Seidler -- Theorizing men / Anthony Synnott -- Embattled identities : an anthropological approach to investigating contemporary American masculinities / Jaime Holthuysen -- Constructing identities -- Constructed masculinity : how much do mediarepresentations dictate male identity? / Euan Robertson -- (Un)wanted : male femininity / Benjamin Genoud -- Psychology and counseling -- Reflecting on men and women as allies : how sexual violence prevention work is like an 8th grade dance / Janice M. Deeds -- Finding meaningfulness and harmony in daily life : the integrity model in counseling and psychotherapy with men : a reflective workshop on value clarification / Nedra Lander and Danielle Nahon -- A male psychotherapist's narrative constructions / Darren Michael Del Castillo -- Health and health care -- Isabel Cuellar-Flores and masculinity : how it can be made operative made -- Maria Pilar Sanchez-Lopez and its use in health -- AMSA annual conferences as platforms to addressing men's health -- Development and aging -- Miles groth from boyhood to manhood : a great divide? -- Reflecting on studying older men's lives : thinking across boundaries / Yiu Tung Suen -- Literature -- "Hiding in plain sight" : the disguise of gender and racial stereotypes in Charles Chesutt's The passing of grandison / Karah Stokes -- The quest of everyman : an analysis of Eriksonian psychology and Beowulf / John Sheehan -- Education -- Androgenophobia and erastephobia : fear of sexualities in the workplace of male primary/juniorteachers in Ontario / Douglas Gosse -- Reframing the conversation on male teachers / Shaun Johnson.
Subjects
Men -- Congresses.
Masculinity -- North America -- Congresses.
Gender identity -- Congresses.
Additional Author
Harrison, Marlen Elliot,
Schnarrs, Phillip Ward,
Additional Corporate Author
American Men's Studies Association.
Collection
Wolfgram Memorial Lbrary Collection
Call Number
HQ1090 .B488 2011
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Coping with Crossdressing: Tools & Strategies for Partners in Committed Relationships

https://widenersexualityarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions1288
Dates
1992
Collection
Pamphlet Collection
Format
Pamphlet
Orientation Gender Roles Gender Identity Chapter 3: How It Gets Started, Maybe The Eve Principle The Brain
  1 document  
Dates
1992
Collection
Pamphlet Collection
Format
Pamphlet
Creator
Joann Roberts
Edition
2nd
Language
English
Publication
Creative Design Services
Subject Access
LGBTQ
Transgender
Crossdressing
Gender Identity
Location
LGBTQ 2
Documents
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Responsibility
Deirdre McCloskey.
Date of Publication
Ã1999
Format
Text
Responsibility
Deirdre McCloskey.
Author
McCloskey, Deirdre N.
Place of Publication
Chicago, Ill
London
Publisher
University of Chicago Press
Date of Publication
Ã1999
Physical Description
xvi, 266 pages, 24 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm.
Format
Text
ISBN
0226556689
9780226556680
0226556697
9780226556697
Contents
Donald: Boy to man ; Marriage ; Internet ; Professor dressed ; Clubs ; In the ladies room ; Boldness ; Epiphany ; Losing a family ; Academic drag ; A day you feel pretty ; Premarin ; Sweet October -- Dee: Outed ; "Welcome" ; The cuckoo's nest ; Hearing? ; Then why are you doing this? ; Chicago ; Changing ; Sister's last ; Professional girl economist ; Farewell speech ; Dutch welcome ; Dutch winter ; Passing ; Yes, ma'am -- Deirdre: Vriendinnetjes ; Women's world ; To make up for God's neglect ; Merry May ; Starting ; Finishing ; A woman on hormone replacement therapy ; Facelift ; This is how we live ; Thou winter wind ; Homeward ; Costs ; Iowa drag ; Professoressa ; Second voice ; Making it up ; Home ; Differences ; Christ's mass 1977.
Summary
The story of a golden boy of conservative economics, a child of 1950's and 1960's privilege, who became a woman.
Subjects
McCloskey, Deirdre N.
Transgender people.
Transsexuals -- United States -- Biography.
Gender identity -- United States
Gender nonconformity.
Sex change.
Collection
Wolfgram Memorial Lbrary Collection
Call Number
HQ77.8.M39 A3 1999
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Dramatic changes : talking about sexual orientation and gender identity with high school students through drama /

https://widenersexualityarchives.org/en/permalink/marc_48964927
Responsibility
Paula Ressler.
Date of Publication
Ã2002
Format
Text
Responsibility
Paula Ressler.
Alternate Title
Talking about sexual orientation and gender identity with high school students through drama.
Author
Ressler, Paula.
Place of Publication
Portsmouth, NH
Publisher
Heinemann
Date of Publication
Ã2002
Physical Description
xi, 124 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Format
Text
ISBN
0325004145
9780325004143
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (pages 119-124).
Contents
Introduction -- Role plays -- Scripted dramas -- Multi-faceted and extended dramas -- Socially critical drama approaches.
Summary
"The book follows Dr. Ressler's practice since 1988, describing the innovative drama work she has done in various educational settings to address lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans (LGBT) issues. Her practice has integrated educational drama theory; feminist, multicultural, and liberatory theory and pedagogy; and progressive learning and language arts theory. Her particular strength is providing practical, effective, and stimulating strategies for incorporating drama across the curriculum, from English, social studies, art, music, and dance, to physical education, health, and guidance groups.".
"Teachers need no drama background or extensive knowledge about sexual orientation and gender identity to use this book. Each chapter provides an introduction to the type of drama presented - from simple role-plays through complex and extended pieces - along with educational objectives, rationales, resources, and materials needed. Read Ressler and see how transformative drama can be - both academically challenging and personally rewarding for all participants, whether they are teaching or learning about sexual orientation and gender diversity."--BOOK JACKET.
Subjects
Drama in education.
Homosexuality and education.
Gender identity.
Role playing.
Collection
Wolfgram Memorial Lbrary Collection
Call Number
PN3171 .R47 2002
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The Employer's Guide to Gender Transition: Information for Those Dealing with an Employee in Gender Transition

https://widenersexualityarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions1287
Dates
1992
Collection
Pamphlet Collection
Format
Pamphlet
actively participated in the growth of the Gender Identity Center of Colorado, a 50l(c)(3) non-profit
  1 document  
Dates
1992
Collection
Pamphlet Collection
Format
Pamphlet
Creator
Dana Cole
Language
English
Publication
International Foundation for Gender Education
Subject Access
LGBTQ
Transgender
Gender Identity
Employment Law
Location
LGBTQ 2
Documents
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Fixing sex : intersex, medical authority, and lived experience /

https://widenersexualityarchives.org/en/permalink/marc_214300082
Responsibility
Katrina Karkazis.
Date of Publication
2008
Format
Text
  1 website  
Responsibility
Katrina Karkazis.
Author
Karkazis, Katrina Alicia,
Place of Publication
Durham
Publisher
Duke University Press
Date of Publication
2008
Physical Description
xiii, 365 pages ; 25 cm.
Format
Text
ISBN
9780822343028
0822343029
9780822343189
0822343185
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (pages 321-342) and index.
Contents
Taxonomies of intersexuality to the 1950s -- Complicating sex, routinizing intervention : the development of the traditional treatment paradigm -- From socialization to hardwire : challenges to the traditional treatment paradigm -- Boy or girl? : bodies of mixed evidence and gender assignment -- Fixing sex : surgery and the production of normative sexuality -- Wanting and deciding what is best : parents' experiences -- Growing up under the medical gaze : adults' experiences -- The intersex body in the world : activism and social and medical change.
Summary
What happens when a baby is born with "ambiguous" genitalia or a combination of "male" and "female" body parts? Clinicians and parents in these situations are confronted with complicated questions such as whether a girl can have XY chromosomes, or whether some penises are "too small" for a male sex assignment. Since the 1950s, standard treatment has involved determining a sex for these infants and performing surgery to normalize the infant's genitalia. Over the past decade intersex advocates have mounted unprecedented challenges to treatment, offering alternative perspectives about the meaning and appropriate medical response to intersexuality and driving the field of those who treat intersex conditions into a deep crisis.
Subjects
S.
Intersexuality.
Gender identity.
Intersexuality
Intersex children.
Collection
Wolfgram Memorial Lbrary Collection
Call Number
QP267 .K37 2008
Websites
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Dates
2001
Collection
Pamphlet Collection
Format
Pamphlet
Maasdam, M.A. Gender Identity Clinic of New England (GICNE) C/0 Central Connecticut Counseling Associates
  1 document  
Dates
2001
Collection
Pamphlet Collection
Format
Pamphlet
Creator
FTM International
Edition
7th
Language
English
Publication
FTM International
Subject Access
LGBTQ
Transgender
Gender Identity
Location
LGBTQ 2
Documents
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