Transgender warriors : making history from Joan of Arc to RuPaul / Leslie Feinberg Feinberg, Leslie, 1949-

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Feinberg, Leslie, 1949-
Subjects
Transsexualism - History.; Transgenderism - History.; Gender nonconformity - History.
Summary
In this fascinating personal journey through history, Leslie Feinberg - one of the most prominent transgender rights activists today - unearths a vast body of evidence that throughout history there have always been people who defy cultural boundaries of sex and gender. During an embattled childhood and teenage years as a gender outlaw, Feinberg began a search for others struggling to assert an identity. What s/he found was a long tradition of individuals fighting back against injustice - from Joan of Arc to the Welsh peasants who cross-dressed to protest taxes, from the Black and Latina drag queens who led the Stonewall rebellion to transsexual parents fighting for custody today. Traditional society often exacted a terrible price from these transgender warriors, and Feinberg urges us now to receive them as hero/ines and visionaries. Illustrated with many previously unpublished historical images and contemporary photographs, Transgender Warriors is an eye-opening excursion through the history of sex and gender expression and a powerful testament to the resilient and rebellious spirit.
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Read associated articles: Juaneño, Leslie Feinberg, List of transgender-related topics, Shemale, Transgender
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https://trove.nla.gov.au/work/16188801
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16188801

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