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we in my Trans

4.8 of 5 stars 4.80  ·  rating details  ·  5 ratings  ·  3 reviews
it matters to me that you are a woman
because you define yourself as a woman

This collection by poet j/j hastain is a personal journey through gender. Sometimes sensual, sometimes erotic, these poems resonate with love in all its forms, melding together society's preconceived notions of "straight" or "gay" or "lesbian," "male" or "female," "top" or "bottom," "masculine" or "
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Paperback, 110 pages
Published October 23rd 2010 by JMS Books LLC (first published October 2010)
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Julia
we in my Trans by J/J Hastain

"As a writer, I sit down to write a book and come up with thousands of words to describe scenes, but poets have this magical ability to draw you in with a few carefully placed, extremely meaningful words that en-wrap the reader from the beginning and for this reason, poetry astounds me. This sorcerer of words, J/J Hastain, is no exception.

In we in my Trans, J/J is comfortable in hir bold poetics and I quote, “it matters to me that you are a woman because you define y
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Kelly
This is an amazing exploration of life on the margins and a beautiful exploration of gender identity. I would absolutely recommend this to any Women and Gender Studies student or professor, or anyone interested in gender identity and the GLBTQ community. Can't wait to read more by hastain!
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I'm the publisher so I'm not going to review it.
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j/j hastain is a queer, mystic, seer, singer, photographer, lover, priest/ess, and writer. As artist and activist of the audible, j/j is the author of several cross-genre books and enjoys ceremonial performances in an ongoing project regarding gender, shamanism, eros and embodiments. That project is called: you make yourself your own tilted stage.

j/j is the author of several cross-genre books inc
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