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What it’s All About
Reading transgender stories written by trans authors, or biographies of those who have gone through and completed their transitions. Is an excellent way to gain a deeper understanding of what it is like to be a transgendered person.
There are many different kinds of books out there written by various authors about transgendered people.
But when you read one from a transgendered writer. Such as Judith writes in her new book, ” Transgender: A History of Courage,” you get a much more comprehensive idea of what being transgendered is all about.
Just as the various kinds of bathrooms exist to separate men and women for safety reasons. There are many different “genders” for trans people, too. Those who are “gender dysphoric” have often felt that they were trapped in a body where they felt like a “woman” or a “man” when. In fact, they were one gender, or even another. Transgendered people often have to learn to adapt to their new gender. And sometimes must do so with the help of counselors and psychologists .Who can help them work through the feelings of discomfort that may result from living as a transgendered person.
By reading transgender stories like those in Judith’s book. You can learn a lot about what it’s like to live as a transgendered person. And can gain a deeper understanding of just what it means to be transgendered.
The other benefit to reading transgender stories is that trans writers themselves often speak of the grief, anxiety, fear, stress, and other feelings. That come along with living with a transgendered identity.
Some people may even wish they’d never been born with a trans identity, But with the help of supportive friends and the assistance of transgender resources. Many find that they have the strength to love and accept their transgendered status without dwelling on what others may think.
In addition, by reading transgender stories written by transgender authors. You can learn about the different treatment options available to those suffering from this condition. You can also gain much insight about the psychological aspects of transitioning. As well as information about the legal aspects of making your transition official, and more.