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How Sex Changed free pdf This is a social, cultural, and medical history of transsexuality in the US. It tells a human story about people who had a deep and unshakeable desire to transform their bodily sex.

About Joanne Meyerowitz

Joanne Meyerowitz is Professor of History at Indiana University and Editor of the Journal of American History.

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Author : Joanne Meyerowitz
Publisher : Harvard University Press
Data Published : 02 April 2004
ISBN : 0674013794
EAN : 9780674013797
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 400 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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    . This is a social, cultural, and medical history of transsexuality in the US. It tells a human story about people who had a deep and unshakeable desire to transform their bodily sex..