The Advocate

Child’s Play

he trans experience—both the experience itself and the way we talk about it—has changed dramatically since 2003 when Jennifer Finney Boylan published her game-changing memoir, . The book, one of the first best-sellers by a trans author, became a seminal piece of the trans literary canon. Now, almost 20 years later,, is perhaps the most controversial for daring to ask, “What does it mean to be a middle-aged woman who had a boyhood?”

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