The first comprehensive presentation of an explicitly transgender theory. This theory goes beyond feminist and queer theory by incorporating the idea of fluid embodiment and lived experience in conceptualizing gender and sexual identity. Beyond developing a formulation of transgender theory that incorporates the socially constructed, embodied, and self-constructed aspects of identity in the narrative of lived experiences, the authors discuss the implications of this atrans-identity theorya for theory, research, and practice.In contrast, Doziera#39;s (2005) interviews with 18 trans-identified individuals found that sexual orientation was not only ... I even had sex with one and wasna#39;t my thing, but damn it I did it, you know, because thata#39;s what youa#39;re supposed to do.
|Title||:||Gender and Sexual Identity|
|Author||:||Julie L. Nagoshi, Craig T. Nagoshi, Stephan/ie Brzuzy|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-10-21|