From the Inside Out: Radical Gender Transformation, FTM and Beyond

From the Inside Out: Radical Gender Transformation, FTM and Beyond Review

Born female yet little identified with that gender, these transgender, genderqueer, third gender, and gender variant writers offer personal insights into changing gender identity, dating, workplace issues, and more. This book shines light on those who identify as FTM (female to male) and also illuminates those whose gender is more fluid, proving that biology doesn’t control destiny.

Title:From the Inside Out: Radical Gender Transformation, FTM and Beyond
Edition Language:English

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  • I first read this book a couple of years ago, as I was just beginning to explore my gender. It was much better on the second read, and I had a tangible sense of how far I've come since then. I highly ...

  • fabulously subversive without losing humanity, a sticky problem into which much writing on gender falls. the mix of memoir, poetry, vignette, letters and essays is perfectly balanced; all together the...

  • I enjoyed reading the genderqueer and third gender narratives in this collection. Despite being a contributor, I found myself learning new things when I first read the other chapters in this book. Rev...

  • This book came to me when I needed it to. It explores the lives of people who were assigned female gender at birth and how they define or don't define themselves by gender. I really enjoyed reading it...

  • Very interesting to read a variety of views from the FTM/transguy/"monster" viewpoint. These were all individual essays and poems about the experiences and emotions of being transgendered and expoundi...

  • I kinda wish there was more about genderqueer/genderfluid/multigender/nonbinary/etc people, but there were definitely a lot more at the end than at the beginning. It provides a lot of insight into the...

  • This is an excellent collection of short narratives about guys' experiences with family, with their bodies, with the world, and with themselves. It definitely addressed many of my fears, concerns, hop...

  • This collection of stories and poetry did not keep my attention for very long. Amateur at best, the stories were limited to the very cliche story 'I am FtM and I've always felt like a man.' There is l...

  • The first essay was good, and the rest all sounded the same. So much for finding worthwhile literature from the transmasculine side of things......

  • Some of these essays are really great and some of them are really not, much like most anthologies. It's worth it for the good ones....