Popular Transsexual Books

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A Safe Girl to Love
Redefining Realness: My Path to Womanhood, Identity, Love & So Much More
Whipping Girl: A Transsexual Woman on Sexism and the Scapegoating of Femininity
Letters for My Brothers: Transitional Wisdom in Retrospect
She's My Dad
Amber Topping: Professional Trollop
The Danish Girl
Lashings of Sauce
Taken (The Harvest #1)
Fairy by C. KennedyDeath By Vampire by Christina EngelaThe Thirteenth Ship by Christina EngelaWiggle Room by Christina Engela
4 books — 5 voters
Redefining Realness by Janet MockWhipping Girl by Julia SeranoShe's Not There by Jennifer Finney BoylanBumbling into Body Hair by Everett MaroonThe Trauma Cleaner by Sarah Krasnostein
Transgender Memoirs and Biographies
127 books — 64 voters

On the Edge of Gone by Corinne DuyvisWhipping Girl by Julia SeranoBeyond by Sfé R. MonsterGirl Sex 101 by Allison MoonFemale Masculinity by J. Jack Halberstam
Bisexual + Trans
14 books — 2 voters

The Girl For Me by FailteTransparency by Ethan StoneHawk's Landing by Carol LynneUp For Grabs by Lauren P. BurkaPearl by Kelly  Rand
Transgender Erotica
93 books — 54 voters
The Upside of Unrequited by Becky AlbertalliThe Inexplicable Logic of My Life by Benjamin Alire SáenzHistory Is All You Left Me by Adam SilveraThe Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi LeeOf Fire and Stars by Audrey Coulthurst
LGBTQIA YA Reads of 2017
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Al Sarrantonio
There were things that Pumpkin Head—now not Pumpkin Head anymore—had to do to be a girl. He had to be careful how he dressed, and how he acted. He had to be careful how he talked, and he always had to be calm. He was very frightened of what would happen if he didn't stay calm. For his face was really just a wonderful plastic one. The real Pumpkin Head was still inside, locked in, waiting to come out.
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Gayle S. Rubin
Our categories are important. We cannot organize a social life, a political movement, or our individual identities and desires without them. The fact that categories invariably leak and can never contain all the relevant "existing things" does not render them useless, only limited. Categories like “woman,” “butch,” “lesbian,” or “transsexual” are all imperfect, historical, temporary, and arbitrary. We use them, and they use us. We use them to construct meaningful lives, and they mold us into his ...more
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