4 edition of Feelings - A Transsexual"s Explanation of a Baffling Condition found in the catalog.
Feelings - A Transsexual"s Explanation of a Baffling Condition
December 31, 1992
by Perception Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||232|
Feeling Emotional During Transition. Throw in multiple transitions in a few short years and you have feelings and emotions galore. Expat, overseas, missionary life is complicated with how many feelings and emotions we can experience in a short amount of time, especially during transition. A Transgender Psychology 1: The Role of the Unconscious Transgender people need a language that can be used to describe their feelings. In a series of posts I will see it it is possible to use Carl Gustav Jung's model of the psyche as a tool for understanding the various transgender conditions.
Masculinity and feelings Masculinity, and what it means to be a man, has been implanted, grown and developed in the minds of men since their childhood. Men witness to the stereotypes of masculine heroes, who are self-sufficient, strong and capable. How to talk to a transsexual. Maxim Februari in , two years after he began hormone therapy. In his provocative new book, “The Making of a Man,” the Dutch novelist and newspaper.
"An Archive of Feelings moves nimbly from Sigmund Freud to dyke punk rock to deconstructive theory. Not for queers who are faint of heart, but in a way about the faint hearts of queers, the book continues Cvetkovich’s career-long interest in what she calls ‘the politics of feelings.’" — Heather Findlay, Girlfriends "[I]mpressiveAuthor: Ann Cvetkovich. Poor communication about someone's feelings can be just as abusive as using words to humiliate or put that person down. A spouse may engage in the silent treatment or belittle their partner for having certain feelings. Doing so minimizes them. When your feelings are minimized in such a way, you eventually learn to ignore them.
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Feelings: A Transsexual's Explanation of a Baffling Condition. Stephanie Castle. Perceptions Press (B.C.) Pages.
Feelings: A Transsexual’s Explanation of a Baffling Condition Second Edition Stephanie Castle Edited and Introduction by Margot E. Wilson. Originally published inFeelings: A Transsexual’s Explanation of a Baffling Condition was an influential publication in wide circulation both in Canada and the United states.
It is out of print now and this is an appropriate time to republish it. From masculine to feminine and all points in between: a practical guide for transvestites, cross-dressers, transgenderists, transsexuals, or those who choose to develop a more feminine image and for all others who are interested, concerned, or curious.
Cambridge, MA: Different Path Press, c Feelings: A transsexual’s explanation of a baffling condition. Vancouver, B.C.: Cordela Publishing Co. The book is a frank discussion of the author’s struggle to deal maturely with her transsexualism, juggle family relationships, and take her place in society as a woman relatively late in life.
Feelings List Accepting / Open Calm Centered Content Fulfilled Patient Peaceful Present Relaxed Serene Trusting Aliveness / Joy Amazed Awe Bliss Delighted Eager Ecstatic Enchanted Energized Engaged Enthusiastic Excited Free Happy Inspired Invigorated Lively Passionate Playful Radiant Refreshed Rejuvenated Renewed Satisfied Thrilled Vibrant Angry /File Size: KB.
Transsexual individuals may undergo some, all, or none of the medical procedures available, depending on personal feelings, health, income, and other considerations.
Some people posit that transsexualism is a physical condition, not a psychological issue, and assert that Specialty: Psychiatry.
The day that I knew I was transgender for sure was after stumbling into an LGBT bookstore. On the shelves was a photography book called Body Alchemy by Loren Cameron. This series acknowledges specific feelings and offers children several ways to deal with them.
Each book features a choose-your-own-adventure format, and shows what different outcomes of choices might be—allowing the children to back up and try another solution if they don’t like the outcome, or to try a variety of choices to see how each. Identifying the Sequence of Feelings: In this chapter you'll learn how to identify as primary or secondary the feelings you explored in the previous chapter.
You'll learn why expressing primary feelings tends to be more constructive. Dealing with anger: Here you'll learn about how feelings vary in intensity/5(3). The book is also riddled with pop culture references, profanity, and humor, so if that’s what you’re looking for in advice, then F*ck Feelings will find a happy place on your bookshelf.
An Archive of Feelings opens with gushing praise for Le Tigre/Kathleen Hanna and Michigan Womyn's Music Festival, which meant that I was wondering from page one if I could take seriously a work about trauma that is brazenly uncritical of sites of significant transmisogynistic trauma such as MichFest.
Especially when it casts those sites as arenas where some rituals of healing for (a certain /5. 10 Transgender People Share What They Wish They Knew Before Transitioning "It’s totally worth it, to look in the mirror and recognize yourself as you should be.” By Marceline Coo k.
Also published in is a second edition of Feelings: A Transsexual’s Explanation of a Baffling Condition. Originally published inFeelings was Stephanie’s first non-fiction book. Transsexualism is a condition in which a person identifies with a physical sex different from the one with which they were born.
Transsexualism is stigmatized in many parts of the world and has become more widely known in Western cultures in the mid to late 20th century, concurrently with the Sexual revolution and the development of sexual reassignment surgeries. It remains controversial. Start studying Feelings.
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Kindle, A re-issue of the book from by the Vancouver activist. Jian Neo Chen. Trans Exploits: Trans of Color Cultures and Technologies in Movement.
Duke University Press, Maria Cook. Gender Identity: Beyond Pronouns and Bathrooms. Nomad Press, Stephanie Castle, Feelings: A Transsexual's explanation of a Baffling Condition.
(Vancouver: Perceptions Press, ) Two of the major medical texts on the issue are: Thomas Kando, Sex Change: The Achievement of Gender Identity among Feminized Transsexuals. (Springfield, Illinois: Charles C. Start studying Chapter Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
No matter how they label themselves, many people do not entirely conform to a single, rigid gender definition with most people having traits that don't exactly fit the profile. Even more importantly, some of the traditional gender differences between men and women may be slight.
Due to changes in social attitudes, general changes in the perception of gender also occurs over time.Believing transsexualism to be a mental illness, behaviorist psychiatrists often try to treat transsexual people by "conditioning" and/or "aversion therapy".
Many transsexuals, especially young transsexuals taken to psychiatrists by their parents, have undergone years of costly psychiatric counseling to "cure their transsexualism".Frank’s difficulty articulating his inner feelings, especially feelings like hurt or vulnerability—or needs to be held, sexually desired, or admired—is an example of what Levant.