5 Further Genders

Chapter 5: Further Genders 

Bornstein, K. (1997). My gender workbook. New York, NY: Routledge. – A workbook to assist people to consider their won constructions of gender.

Bornstein, K., & Bergman, S. B. (Eds.), (2010). Gender outlaws: The next generation. New York, NY: Avalon Publishing Group. – An updated compilation in the same vein as Gender Outlaw.

Queen, C., & Schimel, L. (Eds). (1997). PoMoSexuals. San Francisco, CA: Cleis Press Inc. – An edited collection considering various people’s experiences outside of the gender binary.

Wilchins, R. A. (1997). Read my lips: Sexual subversion and the end of gender. Ann Arbor: Firebrand Books. – The seminal trans manifesto, beautifully written, funny, moving.

The wikipedia website for genderqueer also provides a list of web resources. Since the best web resources change so quickly we would suggest clients and practitioners search online for the relevant terms themselves if looking for up-to-date information.

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