And then, well, then is when you wish you could change your name and move to Timbuktu. In exchange, I recommend that the person raised male learn something about being a woman, to learn about feminism, discrimination, sexual harassment and violence. I don't live or love one, but it was interesting nevertheless.
She follows up with her next book, She's Not The Man I Married, by detailing in more intimate and painful ways, what it means to be married to a man who has decided to be a woman.
I hate documentaries about teh trans. Maybe brain sex? Aug 08, Chris rated it really liked it.
Former Library book. I'm giving this four stars rather than three, because Boyd her nom de plume really does think her way through crossdressing unlike any other author on the subject. You know, equality, even-steven, a little give and take.
Yes, that all goes together. It's why I usually don't allow it. Heterosexual male cross dressers and transgender women are two quite different things. There's also a very tender love story weaved throughout.
Seller Inventory U I wouldn't be surprised if it were false, if it turned out that the primary difference between transsexuals and transvestites was what the individual groups do with the same impulse whatever it is; I can't pin it down.
An excellent book for significant others of cross-dressers. The personal story of Helen and Betty is in her second book, "She's not the man I married.