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The Bible And The Transgender Experience

Author : Linda Tatro Herzer
ISBN : 9780829820447
Genre : Religion
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A refreshing and much-needed contribution to the public debates about the rights of transgender people. In this scholarly, yet easy-to-read book, the author gives clear, insightful accounts of what she learned while serving a church in which ten percent of the members identified as trans men, trans women, cross-dressers, or genderqueer, and how it motivated her to learn about gender variant people and put her in situations where her previous understanding of the Bible was greatly expanded. She explores: 1. Whether or not God creates only two genders; 2. What Jesus had to say about gender variance; 3. Various understandings of “the cross-dressing passage”; 4. Gender variant groups and individuals in scripture; 5. The movement, within scripture itself, from the exclusion of gender variant people to their inclusion within the people of God. Includes a section with practical suggestions from the author and a discussion guide that can be used with a book group or as a Bible study. A must read for all pastors, chaplains, counselors, and congregants, and for family and friends of transgender people, as well as for gender variant individuals seeking to find their stories in the biblical narrative, and desiring to know how scripture supports them.

Transgender Experience

Author : Chantal Zabus
ISBN : 9781135135966
Genre : Social Science
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This collection by trans and non-trans academics and artists from the United States, the UK, and continental Europe, examines how transgenderism can be conceptualized in a literary, biographical, and autobiographical framework, with emphasis on place, ethnicity and visibility. The volume covers the 1950s to the present day and examines autobiographical accounts and films featuring gender transition. Chapters focus on various stages of transitioning. Interviews with trans people are also provided.

Transgender Employment Experiences

Author : Kyla Bender-Baird
ISBN : 9781438436760
Genre : BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
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Brings together the workplace experiences of transgender people with an assessment of current policy protections.

Transgender Care

Author : Gianna E. Israel
ISBN : 1566398525
Genre : Health & Fitness
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By empowering clients to be well informed medical consumers and by delivering care providers from the straitjacket of inadequate diagnostic standards and stereotypes, this book sets out to transform the nature of transgender care. In an accessible style, Gianna Israel and Donald Tarver discuss the key mental health issues, with much attention to the vexed relationship between professionals and clients. They propose a new professional role, that of the "Gender Specialist." The authors have also provided useful listings of organizations, centers, and World Wide Web sites.Transgender Care has been reviewed by a national committee of professionals and consumers, some of whose members contributed essays in the second part of the book.

Female To Male Ftm Transgender People S Experiences In Australia

Author : Tiffany Jones
ISBN : 9783319138299
Genre : Social Science
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This Briefs is the first national study on female-to-male (FtM) transgender people’s experiences in Australia. It describes an extensive study that fills the current gap in Australian research on the specific experiences and beliefs about transition for contemporary Australian FtM transgender people. Following an overview of current literature on the various aspects of and approaches to transgender issues, this briefs describes in detail the design, participants and findings of the study. The Briefs offers useful statistics and stories related to participants' identities, education, health, sexual and social lives. It ends with recommendations to all those working in the various offices and institutions that FtM transgender people encounter in their everyday life, and represents and invaluable resource for researchers, service providers and gender diverse communities alike.

Out Of The Blue

Author : RoxAnne Moore
ISBN : 9781640277533
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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“Out of the Blue” is a mother’s story of her family’s transformation after learning their daughter wanted to become their son. Part study on GLBT social issues, part revelation of the personal journey toward accepting her transgender child, the author suggests that parents who say, “I just want my child to be happy!” might not realize what that really means. At last. A smart, wise, and practical User’s Manual of a memoir for ordinary small-town families whose children are no longer “normal” in the eyes of neighbors, relatives, and fellow churchgoers. Written for parents who feel lost, ashamed, and utterly helpless, this book offers down-to-earth examples of what to read, how to listen, and where to seek support from surprisingly sympathetic sources. Moore is a brave and unusual writer who includes notes, essays, and manifestos by others whose interpretations of family lore may be more accurate that her own. She moves back and forth in time to face her illusions, change her mind, and rethink past attitudes. This is the real deal: a how-to guide that keeps on working. Sheryl O'Donnell, Professor of English University of North Dakota This touching account of a family’s journey, from a mom’s perspective, is not only heartwarming, but enlightening at the same time. The author opened her heart to her readers and shared the ups and downs her family faced during this unique time in their life. As a mom of an openly gay son myself, I have encountered several of the same thoughts, questions, confusions, and uncertainties as this author has shared in her story. We never get to etch out the exact path our children will walk in life, but reassuring them that they’re loved and cherished, UNCONDITIONALLY, is key in any person’s growth and inner strength. Regardless of your viewpoint on GLBT issues, this story will apply to some aspect of life for all parents, and what they want for their children. This is a must read to understand the thoughts, struggles, joys, and reliefs that go along with a transgender journey. Very well written; a treasured account of a mother’s love. Karyn Hippen, author “Make Me New: one woman’s fight to mend a broken past”

Just Add Hormones

Author : Matt Kailey
ISBN : 0807079588
Genre : Social Science
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A transsexual takes readers on a fascinating tour of his gender reassignment surgery and its aftermath, beginning with his life as a straight woman, exploring all aspects of this difficult physical and social passage from one gender to another.

Pastoral Care In Transgender Experience

Author : Erin K. Swenson
ISBN : UOM:39015043201717
Genre : Transsexuals
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Betwixt And Between

Author : Anne Beaumont
ISBN : OCLC:123944174
Genre : Male-to-female transsexuals
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Phenomenal Gender

Author : Ephraim Das Janssen
ISBN : 9780253029065
Genre : Philosophy
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Just what is gender, and what can be expected of it when dealing with identity, justice, and equality? Ephraim Das Janssen uses a phenomenological approach to challenge and dismantle the way gender is currently understood. Janssen questions ideas that have formerly been taken for granted, as individuals did during the Civil Rights movement, the women’s movement, and the LGBT rights movement. In so doing he recasts the moral debate about gender and grounds his analysis in observable aspects such as clothing and social roles and how these can imply transgression and questioning. Janssen shakes the very core of gender through a deep engagement with Being and the structures that confine our contemporary notions.

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