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The Sum of Us
The Sum of Us
Transvestism (Cross-Dressing), Gender Heresy, Androgyny, Religion & the Cross- Dresser, Transgender Healthcare, Free Expression, Sex Change Surgery389
From cross-dressing to altering one's sex by undergoing hormone therapy and radical surgery, "gender blending" has reached new levels of public awareness. Gender Blendingis an up-to-date account of this compelling trend that is rapidly altering the frontiers of human sexuality. The changes occurring in this area of lifestyle research are vast and rapid. This book looks at biological, sociological, psychological, historical, anthropological, religious, and other aspects of gender blending to find common ground among researchers in all areas. By representing a unique collaboration of experts and those involved in gender blending, this groundbreaking work could spell the beginning of a sexual renaissance.
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Bonnie Bullough, RN, PhD (1927 - 1996) was a professor of nursing at the University of Southern California, a highly regarded sexologist, and a cofounder of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality. She helped to develop the first Nurse Practitioner Program in California at UCLA in 1968. Throughout her career, she edited or wrote thirty books as well as 112 published articles. She was the winner of the Alfred C. Kinsey Award among other awards and honors. Vern L. Bullough, PhD, DSci, RN, the author or editor of over fifty books and an internationally recognized sexologist, was the founding director of The Center for Sex Research at California State University, Northridge (CSUN); professor emeritus of the History Department at CSUN; and formerly dean of social and behavioral sciences and a distinguished professor at the State University of New York College at Buffalo. After retiring, he served as a visiting professor at the University of Southern California from 1993 to 2003. James E. Elias, PhD, now retired, taught sex therapy courses and was the director of the Center for Sex Research at California State University, Northridge.