The Transgender Monologues: Gender, Sexuality, and LGBT Life Joanne Borden

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Published: May 31st 2014

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202 pages


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The Transgender Monologues: Gender, Sexuality, and LGBT Life  by  Joanne Borden

The Transgender Monologues: Gender, Sexuality, and LGBT Life by Joanne Borden
May 31st 2014 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 202 pages | ISBN: | 6.23 Mb

One reader wrote, The Transgender Monologues are observations of an acutely sensitive and intelligent person, who is navigating the waters of transgenderism. She has thoughts and ideas that are amusing, interesting, and always provocative. There isMoreOne reader wrote, The Transgender Monologues are observations of an acutely sensitive and intelligent person, who is navigating the waters of transgenderism.

She has thoughts and ideas that are amusing, interesting, and always provocative. There is a great deal of insight the nontransgender person can gain from this collection beyond focusing on the transgender phenomenon. It is insight into the most exciting area for human brings—knowledge! L.S.The Transgender Monologues is a different, informative, and entertaining book regarding transgender issues. Most of the monologues directly address or are parallel to LGBT life.

Some monologues will be of interest to a general audience since LGBT people are part of the general audience.Transgender, gay, lesbian, and bisexual people, their loved ones, and others are supplied with a virtual magnifying glass to experience the life of heterosexual and nonheterosexual life as never before. No other author dissects and examines so many issues, so closely, or in the same way.

However, as informative as the monologues are, they mostly entertain, contain some humor, and may even give the reader a few smiles.Many of these monologues were presented to entertain large audiences in churches, synagogues, Transgender Day of Remembrance Services, Long Island GLBT Services Network Centers, and other venues for the benefit of LGBT causes.“The Cure,” one of the LBGT directed monologues, is full of smiles, facts, and won the Best Storyteller of 2012 Award at New York City’s Fresh Fruit Festival.

“The Cure” is of interest to general audiences since it traces homophobia and transphobia from Biblical times to the present day and exposes unethical people who claim to “cure” LGBT people of the variation with which they were born.The author is also the author of the well-received Transgender Complete, A Virtual Handbook, which is maintained as the most up-to-date book on transgenderism and examines every conceivable transgender subject.The Transgender Monologues will provide LGBT people with greater insight into their behavior.

Parents, relatives, friends of LGBT people, and students and practitioners of anthropology, sociology, psychology, and education, who are part of or interested in the LGBT phenomenon, will appreciate the special insight and enjoy the presentation of these monologues and even get a chuckle or two as they read them.It is hoped The Transgender Monologues serves as another vehicle by which the general public gains greater understanding of all LGBT people.



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