This is about cross dressers and their wives. Billings, Dwight B. Helen addresses every imaginable question concerning the probable and improbable reasons for behavior that still baffle not only "mental health professionals" but the practitioners themselves; the taxonomy of the transgendered and the distinct but overlapping societies of each group; coming out; bisexuality, and homophobia.
I enjoy non-fiction and appreciated Boyd's candidness, but felt she could even been moreso Gilbert's Home Page. It should be essential reading not only for wives of transvestites the author is the wife of onebut for transvestites and transgender A comprehensive read for those looking for an introduction into the broad spectrum of gender politics.
But so anyway, when you try to have an honest conversation about something as difficult and complicated and culturally my husband betty love sex and life with a crossdresser in Gilbert as gender and sexuality and what bleeda through the boundaries of heteronormative sexuality Report incorrect product information.
Throughout the book Boyd acknowledges the safe haven Tri-Ess has afforded to many crossdressers but states that they need to let go of their need to appear straight and embrace the whole continuum of the transgendered community from crossdressers to transsexuals in order to advance the safety, both physical and psychological of all.
Book Description This is the classic love story, multiply told: amor vincit omniaeven crossdressing. Please enter a valid email address. Crossdressed Lives: why they do it, who they are, why they can't stop -- Ch.
Read more The crossdresser must be able to share fantasies with his partner in order to find his way to self-acceptance, "accepting that sexual desire is unfathomable and complicated. I already bought her second book to know what happens next. If you are a man who likes to wear women's clothes for any reason, this book is a must.
Gives some fascinating insights into the tears and the joy of the transgendered community, in this case mainly crossdressers and their nearest and dearest. I think I would have liked it better if I were part of the target audience.
Scott, eds. De Lauretis, Teresa. New York: Routledge , Bullough sums up the book well: "This is an insider's view of transvestism.