Gender Outlaws: The Next Generation
Kate Bornstein (Author) S Bear Bergman (Author)
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DescriptionThis groundbreaking and inspiring collection of dozens of our most original trans voices is a "smart, sexy, and entertaining" (Jack Halberstam) exploration of gender today. Transgender narratives have made their way from the margins to the mainstream and back again, and today's trans and nonbinary people, genderqueers, and other sex/gender radicals are writing a drastically new world into being. Edited by the original gender outlaw, Kate Bornstein, together with writer, raconteur, and theater artist S. Bear Bergman, Gender Outlaws collects and contextualizes the work of this generation's trans and genderqueer forward thinkers--new voices from the stage, on the streets, in the workplace, in the bedroom, and on the pages and websites of the world's most respected publications. Gender Outlaws includes essays, commentary, comic art, and conversations from a diverse group of trans-spectrum people who live and believe in barrier-breaking lives.
Seal Press (CA)
August 31, 2010
5.6 X 9.1 X 0.9 inches | 0.58 pounds
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About the Author
Kate Bornstein divides their time between New York City and the Rhode Island shore. Kate's stage work includes the solo performance pieces The Opposite Sex Is Neither, Virtually Yours, and On Men, Women, and the Rest of Us, and Kate's books include Gender Outlaw and A Queer and Pleasant Danger. S. Bear Bergman is the author of nine books, founder of Flamingo Rampant press, and frequent consultant in equity and inclusion to business and government. Bear began his work in equity at the age of 15, as a founding member of the first ever Gay/Straight Alliance and has continued to help organizations and institutions move further along the pathways to justice ever since. These days Bear spends his time making trans cultural competency interventions however he can and trying to avoid stepping on his children's Lego.