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Namaste, K. (1995). HIV/AIDS and transgender communities in Canada: A report on the knowledge, attitudes, and behaviour of transgendered people in Canada with respect to HIV and AIDS. Toronto: genderpress.

Natif, Z.I. (1996). Lesbians talk transgender. London: Scarlet Press (Available in US from Inco, Inc., Chicago).

National lesbian & gay community centers: Special 1996 edition for NGLTF creating change. (1996). New York: Lesbian and Gay Community Services Center, 208 West 13th Sreet, New York, NY 10011.

Nestle, J. (1992). The persistence of desire: A femme/butch reader. Boston, MA: Alyson Publications, Inc.

Nettick, G., & Elliott, B. (1995). Mirrors: Portrait of a lesbian transsexual. New York: Masquerade Books.

Newton, E. (1979). Mother camp: Female impersonators in America. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Nixon, E. (1965). Royal spy: The strange case of the Chevalier D'Eon. New York: Reynal & Co.

Norbury, R., & Richardson, B. (1994). Guy to goddess: An intimate look at drag queens. Berkeley, CA: Ten Speed Press.

Oakley, A. (1972). Sex, gender, and society. New York: Harper Colophon Books.

O'Donovan, O. (1982). Transsexualism and Christian marriage. Bromcote, Notts: Grove Books.

Offerman-Zuckerberg, G. (Ed.). (1989). Gender in transition: A new frontier. New York: Plenum.

O'Keefe, T., & Fox, K. (1997). Trans-X-u-all: The naked difference. London: Extraordinary People Press.

Ostow, M. (Ed.), with Gillmor, M.H. (1974). Sexual deviation: Psychoanalytic insights. New York: Quadrangle/New York Times Book Co.

Ovesey, L. (1969). Homosexuality and pseudohomosexuality. New York: Science House.

Packard, D.M. (1968). The sexual wilderness: The contemporary upheaval in male-female relationships. New York: David McKay Co.

Paulson, D., with Simpson, R. (1996). An evening at the Garden of Allah: A gay cabaret in Seattle. New York: Columbia University Press.

Payne, L. (1978). Crisis in masculinity. Westchester, IL: Crossway Books (Good News Publishers).

Pejril, R. (Illustrated by C. Schulman). (1989). The story of Fluff the bunny. King of Prussia, PA: Creative Design Services.

Pepper, J. (1982). A man's tale. London: Quartet Books.

Petras, J.W. (Ed.) (1975). Sex: Male / Gender: Masculine. Port Washington, New York: Alfred Publishing Co.

Phillips, M., Shapiro, B., & Joseph, M. (1980). Forbidden fantasies: Men who dress in drag. New York: Collier Books.

Physician's Desk Reference. (Annually). Montvale, NJ: Medical Economics Data Production Company.

Piper, J. (1990). What's the difference? Manhood and womanhood defined according to the Bible. Wheaton, IL: Crossway Books.

Podolsky, E., & Wade, C. (1960). Transvestism today: The phenomena of men who dress as women. New York: Epic Publishing Co.

Podolsky, E., & Wade, C. (1962). Transvestism: Males in female dress. New York: Epic Publishing Co.

Porter, R. (1987). A social history of madness: The world through the eyes of the insane. New York: Wiedenfeld & Nicholson.

Posey, C. (1995). The big book of wierdos. New York: Paradox Press.

Pratt, M.B. (1995). S/He. New York: Firebrand Books.

Prendergrast, W.E. (1996). Sexual abuse of children and adolescents: A preventive guide for parents, teachers, and counselors. New York: Continuum.

Preston, J. (1995). Franny: The queen of Provincetown. New York: St. Martin's Press.

Prince, V. (n.d.). Sexual and genderal identity. Distributed by Foundation for Personality Expression, Box 36091, Los Angeles, CA 90036 (reprinted in V. Prince, Understanding crossdressing.

Prince, V. (1962). The transvestite and his wife. Los Angeles: Chevalier Publications.

Prince, V. (1971). How to be a woman though male. Los Angeles. Chevalier Publications.

Prince, V. (1976). Understanding crossdressing. Los Angeles: Chevalier Publications.

Prince, V. (1987). Handbook for speakers. Los Angeles, CA: Virginia Prince.

Proceedings, First FTM Conference of the Americas. (1995). San Francisco, CA. Audio cassettes. San Francisco, CA: FTM International.

Program prospectus and standards of care. (1997, 17 June). Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Comprehensive Gender Services Program.

Prosser, J. (1998). Second skins: The body narratives of transsexuality. New York: Columbia University Press.

Queen, C., & Schimel, L. (Eds.). (1997). PoMoSexuals: Challenging assumptions about gender and sexuality. San Francisco: Cleis Press.

Ramet, S. (1996). Gender reversals and gender cultures. London: Routledge.

Ramsey, J. (1996). Transsexuals: Candid answers to private questions. Freedom, CA: The Crossing Press.

Rankin, J., as told to Blake, R. (1969). The male lesbian: The bizarre history of a man who actually lives the life of a lesbian! Myra Breckenridge may be entertaining fiction, but this is the real thing. Cleveland, OH: Century Books.

Raymond, J. (1979). The transsexual empire: The making of the she-male. Boston: Beacon Press. Reissued in 1994 with a new introduction by Teacher's College Press, New York.

Raynor, D. (1966). A year among the girls. New York: Lyle Stuart.

The reality: To be or not to be? (1990). GDTI, BM Box 6093, London WC1N 3XX, England.

Reardon, J.J., & McMahon, J. (1981). Plastic surgery for men: The complete illustrated guide. New York: Everest House.

Reed, R. (1996). Active faith: How Christians are changing the soul of American politics. New York: The Free Press.

Rees, M. (1995). Dear sir or madam: The autobiography of a female-to-male transsexual. London: Cassells.

Reiss, I.L. (1960). Premarital sexual standards in America. London: The Free Press of Glencoe.

Religious aspects of transsexualism. (1974). Originally published by Erickson Educational Foundation. Available from American Educational Gender Information Service, Inc., P.O. Box 33724, Decatur, GA 30033.

Resource guide to coming out. (1998). Washington, D.C.: Human Rights Campaign.

Reuben, D. (1969). Everything you always wanted to know about sex (but were afraid to ask). New York: David McKay Co.

Rhode, D. (1997). Speaking of sex: The denial of gender inequality. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Rice, M.S. (1985). Michelle Danielle is dead. Nashville, TN: Jonathan Publishers of Nashville.

Richards, K., & Isbert, B. (1993). Khen-Draa: Transgendedred warrior. Woodland Hills, CA: Cross-Talk Publications.

Richards, R., & Ames, J. (1983). Second serve: The Renee Richards story. New York: Stein & Day.

Roberts, J. (1986). Art and illusion: A guide to crossdressing. King of Prussia, PA: Creative Design Services.

Roberts, J. (1988). Art and illusion: A guide to crossdressing. 2nd ed. King of Prussia, PA: Creative Design Services.

Roberts, J. (1990). Art and illusion companion. King of Prussia, PA: Creative Design Services.

Roberts, J. (Ed.). (1992). Coping with crossdressing. King of Prussia, PA: Creative Design Services.

Roberts, J. (1993). Sacred cows make the best hamburger. King of Prussia, PA: Creative Design Services.

Roberts, J. (1993). Who's who in the transgender community. King of Prussia, PA: Creative Design Services.

Roberts, P. (1967). Female impersonator's handbook. Newark, NJ: Capri Publishers.

Robinson, J. (n.d.). Body packaging: A guide to human sexual display. Los Angeles: Elysium Growth Press.

Rodman, D., with Keown, T. (1996). Bad as I wanna be. New York: Delacourte Press.

Roscoe, W. (Ed.). (1988). Living the spirit: A gay American Indian anthology. New York: St. Martin's Press.

Roscoe, W. (1990). The Zuni man-woman. University of New Mexico Press.

Rosenberg, B.G., & Sutton-Smith, B. (1972). Sex and identity. New York: Holt, Rinehart, & Winston.

Roszak, B., & Roszak, T. (Eds.). (1969). Masculine/feminine: Readings in sexual mythology and the liberation of women. New York: Harper Colophon.

Rothblatt, M. (1994). The apartheid of sex: A manifesto on the freedom of gender. NY: Crown Publishers.

Rowe, R.J. (1997). Bert & Lori: The autobiography of a cross-dresser. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books.

Rubington, E., & Weinberg, M.S. (1968). Deviance: An interactionist perspective. Text and readings in the sociology of deviance. London: Macmillan.

Rudd, P. (1989). My husband wears my clothes: Crossdressing from the perspective of a wife. Katy, TX: PM Publishers.

Rudd, P. (1990). Crossdressing with dignity: The case for transcending gender lines. Katy, TX: PM Publishers.

Rudd, P. (1993). Love calendar. Katy, TX: PM Publishers.

Rudd, P. (1995). Crossdressers and those who share their lives. Katy, TX: PM Publishers.

Rutherford, E. (1993). Nine lives: The autobiography of Erica Rutherford. Charlottetown, Canada: Ragweed Press.

Rutledge, L.W. (1987). The gay book of lists. Boston: Alyson Press.

S., V. (1993). The cross & the crossdresser. King of Prussia, PA: Creative Design Services.

S.V. (1996). Cross purposes: On being Christian and crossgendered. Atlanta, GA: AEGIS, P.O. Box 33724, Decatur, GA 30033.

Schneider, D. (1993). Street zen: The life and work of Issan Dorsey. Boston: Shambhala Publications.

Schur, E.M. (1984). Labeling women deviant: Gender, stigma, and social control. New York: Random House.

Schwartz, M.F., Moraczewski, A.S., & Monteleone, J.A. (Eds.). (1983). Sex and gender: A theological and scientific inquiry. St. Louis, MO: The Pope John Center.

Scott, N. (Ed.). (1979). Heart throbs: The best of DC Romance Comics. New York: Simon & Schuster.

Scott, R.H.F. (1973, 1994). The transvestite memoirs of the Abbe de Choisy. London: Peter Owen.

Seaman, B. (1972). Free and female: The sex life of the contemporary woman. New York: Coward, McCann, & Geoghegan, Inc.

Sears, J.T. (1991). Growing up gay in the South: Race, gender, and journeys of the spirit. Binghamton, NY: Harrington Park Press.

Sears, J.T. (Ed.). (1994). Bound by diversity: Essays, prose, photography, and poetry by members of the lesbian, bisexual, gay, and transgender communities. Columbia, SC: Sebastian Press.

Sears, J. (1997). The lonely hunters: An oral history of lesbian and gay Southern life, 1948-1968. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.

The secret wardrobe. (1988). Derby, UK: Derby TV/TS Helpline.

Seton, S. (1990). Is there a genetic cause of transsexualism? Atlanta, GA: AEGIS. Available from American Educational Gender Information Service, Inc., P.O. Box 33724, Decatur, GA 30033.

Sevile, L. (1965). I want to be male again. In Sinclair, (1965). I was male. Chicago: Novel Books.

Sherman, A. (1973). The rape of the ape: The official history of the revolution: 1945-1973. The obscening of America. Chicago: Playboy Press.

Shevlowitz, J. (19970. Flip book of sex: A guide to the components of sexuality. San Francisco: jeff Shevolowitz.

Shinoda, J.S. (1984). Goddesses in everywoman. San Francisco: Harper & Row.

Simmons, D.L. (1971). Man into woman: A transsexual autobiography. New York: MacFadden-Bartell, Inc.

Simmons, D.L. (1995). Dawn: A Charleston legend. Charleston, SC: Wyrick & Co.

Sinclair, A. (1965). I was male. Chicago: Novel Books.

Sinfield, A. (1994). The Wilde century: Effeminacy, Oscar Wilde, and the queer moment. New York: Columbia University Press.

Singer, J. (1977). Androgyny: Toward a new theory of sexuality. Garden City, NJ: Anchor.

Singer, J. (1989). Androgyny: The opposites within. Boston: Sigo Press.

Slavik, C. (1978). The transvestite survival manual. Seattle: Empathy Press.

Slide, A. (1986). Great pretenders: A history of female and male impersonation in the performing arts. Lombard, IL: Wallace-Homestead Book Co.

Smith, P. (1979). Phoebe. Phoebe Smith, P.O. Box 16314, Atlanta, GA 30321.

Smith, P. (1994). Long time coming: An insider's story of the Birmingham church bombing that rocked the world. 2923 Crescent Avenue, Birmingham, AL 35209: Crane Hill Publishers.

Smythe, D. (1997). Bad as I wanna dress: The unauthorized Dennis Rodman paper doll book. New York: Three Rivers Press.

Soares, M.G. (1995). Butch/femme. New York: Crown Publishers.

Socarides, C.W. (1977). Beyond sexual freedom. New York: Quadrangle Books/New York Times Book Company.

Solomon, S.L. (1995). Exploring the paper trail. Ronkonkoma, NY: TransAgenda.

Sophia & Urania, J. (1992) The art of exploring your feminine image: A universal spirit guide for men and women. Arlington, VA: J. Urania & Vistas Unlimited.

Spahr, J.A., Pethig, K., Berry, S., & McLain, M.V. (Eds.). (1995). Called out: The voices and gifts of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered people. Gaithersburg, MD: Chi Rho Press.

Spindel, M.R., Gilbert, D.A., Gilbert, D., & Winslow, B.H. (1987). Transsexualism. American Urological Association Update Series, Lesson 38, Vol. 6. American Urological Association, Inc., Office of Education, Houston, TX.

Springfield, F. (1992). The developmental stages of transexuality. London: The Partners Group.

Spritz, M. (1997). The transgendered patient: A practioner's guide. Unpublished manuscript.

Standards of care for the hormonal and surgical sex reassignment of gender dysphoric persons. (1992). Decatur, GA: American Educational Gender Information Service, Inc.

Standards of care of the Harry S. Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association, Inc. (n.d.). Hartford, CT: XX Club.

Star, H.J. (1963). My unique change. Chicago: Novel Books.

Starhawk. (1982). Dreaming the dark: Magic, sex, and politics. Boston: Beacon Press.

Steinem, G. (1994). Moving beyond words. New York: Simon & Schuster.

Steiner, B. (Ed.). (1985). Gender dysphoria: Development, research, management. New York: Plenum Press.

Stekel, W. (1964). Sexual aberrations. New York: Grove Press. (First published in U.S. in 1930 by Horace Liveright, Inc. New York).

Stern, G.J. (1994). A few tricks along the way: Daily reflections for gay men, queer boys, magnificent queens and the people who love them. The Crossing Press.

Stevens, J.A. (1990). From masculine to feminine and all points in between. Boston: Different Paths Press.

Stoddard, T.B., Boggan, E.C., Haft, M.G., Lister, C., & Rupp, J.P. (1983). The rights of gay people. (Revised issue). New York: Bantam.

Stoller, R.J. (1968). Sex and gender: On the development of masculinity and femininity, Vol. 1. New York: Science House.

Stoller, R.J. (1973). Splitting: A case of female masculinity. New York: Quadrangle Books.

Stoller, R.J. (1975). Sex and gender: The transsexual experiment, Vol. 2. New York: Science House.

Stoller, R.J. (1985). Presentations of gender. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Stone, A.R. (1995). The war of desire and technology at the close of the mechanical age. Cambridge: MIT Press.

Straayer, C. (1996). Deviant eyes, deviant bodies: Sexual re-orientation in film and video. New York: Columbia University Press.

Stringer, J.A. (1990). The transsexual survival guide: To transition and beyond. King of Prussia, PA: Creative Design Services.

Stringer, J.A. (1992). The transsexual survival guide II: To transition and beyond for family, friends, and employers. King of Prussia, PA: Creative Design Services.

Stryker, S. (in press). ChangingSex and other ecstatic passages into postmodernity. New York: Oxford Press.

Stuart, K.E. (1980). A guide for male to female transsexuals considering shifting gender identity. Oakland, CA: Ink Publications. Second Edition in 1994 by ETVC, San Francisco, CA.

Stuart, K.E. (1983). The uninvited dilemma: A question of gender. Portland, OR: Metamorphous Press.

Suares, J.C. (Ed.). (1994). Hollywood drag. Charlottesville, VA: Thomasson-Grant.

Sullivan, L. (1990). From female to male: The life of Jack Bee Garland. Boston, MA: Alyson Publications, Inc.

Sullivan, L. (1990). Information for the female-to-male cross-dresser and transsexual. Seattle, WA: Ingersoll Gender Center.

Sullivan. L. (1980). Information for the female-to-male. San Francisco, CA: Janus Information Facility.

Sun, M.J. (n.d.). Queen of the night: Cestrum Noctrunum. Publisher not listed. Available from Washington, DC.

Swan, W.K. (Ed.). (1997). Gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgender public policy issues: A citizen's and administrator's guide to the new cultural struggle. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press.

Szasz, T. (1980). Sex by prescription. New York: Penguin.

Talamini, J.T. (1981). Androgyny and transvestism. Monograph Series No. 3. Boston: Outreach Institute of Human Achievement.

Talamini, J.T. (1981). Crossdressing: A socio-cultural survey. Monograph Series No. 1. Boston: Outreach Institute of Human Achievement.

Talamini, J.T. (1981). Transvestites: Deviant or minority group. Monograph Series No. 2. Boston: Outreach Institute of Human Achievement.

Talamini, J.T. (1982). Boys will be girls: The hidden world of the heterosexual male transvestite. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, Inc.

Tanenbaum, J. Male and female realities: Understanding the opposite sex. Sugar Land, TX: Candle Publishing Co.

Tannen, D. (1989). You just don't understand: Women and men in conversation. New York: William Morrow & Co.

Tannen, D. (1994). Talking from nine to five: how women's and men's conversational styles affect who gets heard, who gets credit, and what gets done at work. New York: William Morrow & Co.

Tasker, F.L., & Golombok, S. (1997). Growing up in a lesbian family: Effects on child development. New York: Guilford Press.

Taylor, T. (1996). The prehistory of sex: Four million years of human sexual culture. New York: Bantam Books.

Thomas, R.R., Jr. (1991). Beyond race and gender: Unleasing the power of your total work force by managing diversity. New York: Amacom.

Thompson, C.J.S. (1974). Mysteries of sex: Women who posed as men and men who impersonated women. NY: Causeway Books.

Transvestites guide. (n.d.). Flag Publications.

The transvestite survival manual. (1978). Seattle: Empathy Press.

Trexler, R.C. (1995). Sex and conquest: Gendered violence, political order, and the European conquest of the Americas. New York: Cornell University Press.

Tseelon, E. (1995). The masque of femininity: The presentation of woman in everyday life. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.

Tully, B. (1992). Accounting for transsexualism and transhomosexuality. London: Whiting & Birch.

Twenty Club, Inc. (1995). The unabridged guide to zen and the art of postoperative maintenance. Hartford, CT: Twenty Club.

Ulrichs, K.H. (1994). The riddle of "man-manly" love: The pioneering work on male homosexuality. (Michael A. Lombardi-Nash, translator). Vols. 1 and 2. Buffalo, NY: Prometheus Press.

Ultra Violet. (1988). Famous for 15 minutes: My years with Andy Warhol. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.

Underwood, P. (1974). Life's a drag!: Danny la Rue and the drag scene. London: Leslie Frewin.

Urania, J. (no date). The art of being spiritually feminine. Available from J. Urania, P.O. Box 12011, Arlington, VA 22219.

Van Leeuwen, M.S. (1990). Gender & grace: Love, work, and parenting in a changing world. Downer's Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press.

Vatsayana. (1963). Kama sutra: The Hindu ritual of love. New York: Castle Books.

Vetterling-Braggin, M. (Ed). (1982). "Femininity," "masculinity," and "androgyny": A modern philosophical discussion. Towata, NJ: Littlefie, Adams, & Co.

VonAhsen, B. (1995, 24 May). Transsexual guide #1. Posted to alt.transgendered/soc.support.transgendered USENET groups, 24 May, 1995.

Voss, J., & Gale, J. (1986). A young woman's guide to sex. Los Angeles: The Body Press.Wachtel, S. (Ed.). (1988). Evolutionary mechanisms in sex determination.

Waddington, A. (1993). Back to basics: Transexuality in childhood and adolescence. London: Gender Dysphoria Trust International.

Walinder, J. (1967). Transsexualism: A study of forty-three cases. U. Goteborg, Sweden: Scandinavian University Books.

Walinder, J., & Thuwe, I. (1974). A social-psychiatric follow-up study of 24 sex reassigned transsexuals. U. Goteborg, Sweden: Scandinavian University books.

Walters, W.A.W., & Ross, M.W. (Eds.). (1986). Transsexualism and sex reassignment. New York: Oxford University Press.

Weinberg, M.S., Williams, C.J., & Pryor, D.W. (1994). Dual attraction: Understanding bisexuality. New York: Oxford University Press.

Weingarten, K. (1997). The mother's voice: Strengthening intimacy in families. New York: Guilford Press.

Wheale, J. (Ed.). (1992). Counselling gender dysphoria: Proceedings of a national conference held at the Arcade Hotel, Birmingham, 15 February 1992. Cornwall & Devon: The Accredited Training Centre for Cornwall & Devon.

Wheelright, J. (1979). Amazons and military maids: Women who dressed as men in pursuit of life, liberty, and happiness. Unwin: Pandora Press.

Wilchins, R.A. (1997). Read my lips: Sexual subversion and the end of gender. Ithaca, NY: Firebrand Books.

Willard, A.  (1971).  Female impersonators.  New York:  Regiment Publications.

Williams, C.L. (1989). Gender differences at work: Women and men in nontraditional occupations. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Williams, W.L. (1986). The spirit and the flesh: Sexual diversity in American Indian culture. Boston: Beacon Press.

Winford, E.C. (1954). Femme mimics. Texas: Winford Co.

Wolf, N. (1991). The beauty myth: How images of beauty are used against women. New York: William Morrow.

Wolf, N. (1993). Fire with fire: The new female power and how it will change the 21st century. New York: Random House.

Woodhouse, A. (1989) Fantastic women: Sex, gender and transvestism. Basingstoke: Macmillan Education.

Woodlawn, H., with Copeland, J. (1992). A low life in high heels: The Holly Woodlawn Story. New York: St. Martin's Press.

Xavier, J., Sharp, N., & Boenke, M. (1988). Our trans children. Washington, DC: PFLAG: Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays.

Youngson, R.M., & The diagram group. (1993). The surgery book: An illustrated guide to 73 of the most common operations. New York: St. Martin's Press.

Zolla, E. (1981). The androgyne: Reconciliation of male and female. New York: Crossroads.

Zubin, J., & Money, J. (Eds.). (1973). Contemporary sexual behavior: Critical issues in the 1970s. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press.

Zucker, K. J., & Bradley, S. J. (1995). Gender identity disorder and psychosexual problems in children and adolescents. New York: Guilford Press.



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