A selection of non-fiction books about intersexuality.
Callahan may raise more questions than precise answers, and thereby opens up the discussion about what makes someone male, female or intersex,
A personal, sincere and candid autobiography about what it means to be born intersex. Viloria HIlda discusses her fight for human rights for all intersex people.
Sociologist Georgiann Davis tackles the issue of marking intersexuality as an abnormality. As someone who was not told by her doctors that she possessed XY chromosones (indicating intersex) in order to protect her gender identity.
Comforting, supportive, real-life stories from people who have lived and thrived, despite struggles, with gender and sexual identity.
An examination of medical and social issues about intersex and intervention. This book also provides a historical view of how attitudes have and continue to change.
Personal interviews are the basis for this exploration of what it has meant to be labeled intersex. Preves carefully documents these experiences within the context of sociology, medicine, and political activism.
This book analyzes how lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender people have been treated in different parts of the world, and shows how great progress has been achieved, but also there is a long way to go towards complete equality.
This National Geographic documentary examines the lives of three different people with different sexual and gender situations: a hijra, transgender person, in Inida; a former soldier who is intersex; and a seven-year-old girl born with male sex organs, who has always as identified as female.
These eleven essays were intended as suggestions in which to look at sex roles and gender identity in a new way. The topics cover different historical and national forms pertaining to sex and gender: Native American berdache; Indian hijra caste; Byzantine Empre, Melanesia, Indonesia, Balkans and America. The subjects of the essays deliver historical perspectives.