Whipping Girl by Julia Serano

In this thought-provoking work, the author explores the intersection of feminism and trans issues through a collection of personal essays. She delves into societal perceptions of femininity and critiques the way trans women are often marginalized, even within feminist circles. The book argues against the common conflation of gender and biological sex, and it challenges the stigma associated with femininity. It's a call to embrace diverse expressions of gender and to recognize the impact of transmisogyny on both trans individuals and society at large. The author's insights are grounded in her experiences as a trans woman, making it an influential contribution to gender studies and feminist discourse.

The 11032nd greatest book of all time


Published
2007
Nationality
American
Type
Nonfiction
Pages
392
Words
95,000
Original Language
English

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