Item Description: Revised edition of: My gender workbook. Physical Description: xiii, pages : illustrations, forms ; 23 cm ISBN: Author Notes: Kate Bornstein is an author, playwright, performance artist, and gender theorist. Subjects Gender identity. Sex Psychology Forman Center collection.
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I was wondering if anyone wanted to do a reading and discussion group on the book. I have read it, and the point that Bornstein makes through these exercises is that gender is fluid.
Try it, you'll like it! I'm sorry, Lilithcat, 'lifestyle' was indeed very thoughtless word choice on my behalf.
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Minor consolation, I know, but it's a term that has arisen often during discussions with transsexual friends, without any solid discussion on whether or not it's appropriate. I'd be really interested to know what alternative terms I could use, if you wouldn't mind sharing your rant with me so I understand better? You have answered my query, as well, which I really appreciate.
I guess what I was trying to get at and it's so hard to put into words without coming across wrong was whether or not My Gender Workbook was constructivism in disguise, or if it was really original and forward-thinking. It sounds like it's definitely worth getting a hold of! And I love the phrase 'constantly-changing synthesis of gender'. My message disappeared!
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Trying again: My issue with "lifestyle" is that here in the States it's commonly used by those who think we choose our sexuality, and are always going on about "gays can change if they'll just accept Jesus". To me, "lifestyle" means having three kids or none, preferring to party hearty or curl up with a good book, etc. The phrases "homosexual lifestyle", "transsexual lifestyle", and the like imply that all homosexuals or all transsexuals lead exactly the same kind of life, which is, of course, absurd.
And have you ever noticed that nobody ever says "heterosexual lifestyle"?