“I do know I’m no longer a person . . . and I’ve come to the realization that I’m most probably no longer a lady, both. . . . . The difficulty is, we’re residing in a global that insists we be one or the opposite.” With those phrases, Kate Bornstein ushers readers on a humorous, fearless, and beautifully scenic adventure around the terrains of gender and id. On one stage, Gender Outlaw main points Bornstein’s transformation from heterosexual male to lesbian lady, from a one-time IBM shop clerk to a playwright and function artist. However this actual coming-of-age tale could also be a provocative research into our notions of female and male, from a self-defined nonbinary transfeminine diesel femme dyke who by no means stops wondering our cultural assumptions.

Gender Outlaw was once many years in advance of its time while it was once first printed in 1994. Now, a few twenty-abnormal years later, this ebook stands as each a vintage and a nonetheless-modern paintings—person who maintains to push us lightly However profoundly to the furthest borders of the gender frontier. 
With a brand new creation