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The Man Who Would Be Queen: The Science of Gender-Bending and Transsexualism (2003)
Joseph Henry Press (JHP)
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Front Matter
i-xvi
PART 1 THE BOY WHO WOULD BE PRINCESS: 1 Princess Danny
1-15 (skim)
2 Growing Pains
16-38 (skim)
3 The Boy Who Would Not Be a Girl
39-54 (skim)
PART II THE MAN HE MIGHT BECOME: 4 Gay Femininity
55-84 (skim)
5 Gay Masculinity
85-102 (skim)
6 Danny's Uncle
103-123 (skim)
7 Is Homosexuality a Recent Invention?
124-138 (skim)
PART III WOMEN WHO ONCE WERE BOYS: 8 Terese and Cher
139-156 (skim)
9 Men Trapped in Men's Bodies
157-176 (skim)
10 In Search of Womanhood and Men--Autogynephilic and Homosexual Transsexuals: How To Tell Them Apart
177-194 (skim)
11 Becoming a Woman
195-212 (skim)
Epilogue
213-214 (skim)
Further Reading
215-220 (skim)
Index
221-233 (skim)

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