Post a Comment. Bibliography of Transgender Studies. David Valentine. Transgender Studies Quarterly.
Trans-exclusionary radical feminism
Lesbian Self-Naming in Daphne Marlatt's Ana Historic
Frogs into princesses 2. Making history 3. Whose story is this, anyway? Casablanca is a very old city, passed over by Lawrence Durrell perhaps only by a geographical accident as the winepress of love. In the more modern quarter, located on a broad, sunny boulevard, is a building otherwise unremarkable except for a small brass nameplate that identifies it as the clinic of Dr. Georges Burou. It is predominantly devoted to obstetrics and gynecology, but for many years has maintained another reputation quite unknown to the stream of Moroccan women who pass through its rooms.
Pauline Layton Papers, 1967-1999
Trigger warning! The following article might be triggering for some people depending on past experiences. Please read with caution, go back to the home page , or look at something nice. Trans-exclusionary radical feminism or TERF is a subgroup of radical feminism characterized by transphobia , especially transmisogyny ,  and hostility to the third wave of feminism.
Janice Raymond is a professor at the University of Massachusetts. Her ideas of feminism appear to have been influenced by her Catholic Christian background. She is infamous for having written her doctoral thesis attacking transsexuality, denying its medical reality, and for viciously attacking individual transsexuals, notably Sandy Stone and Angela Keyes Douglas in her book, based on her dissertation, The Transsexual Empire , ,