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From Female to Male, The Life of Jack Bee Garland, by Louis Sullivan, Alyson Pulbications, Inc. 1990. Garland, born a female, lived in San Francisco in the late 1880’s and died in the 1930’s.
Crossdressing with Dignity: The Case for Transcending Gender Lines, Rudd, P. (1990), Katy, TX, PM Publishers. Based on a survey of a large number of crossdressers, the author presents results in tabular form, as well as in discussion of the issues of human dignity. What is most clear and most impressive is that men, as they age, grow more comfortable with their crossdressing and less fearful of exposure.
The Transsexual’s Survival Guide to Transition and Beyond, Stringer, J.A. (1990), King of Prussia, PA: Creative Design Services. Contains information about the author’s transition and general discussion of the obstacles and challenges in store for those contemplating male-to-female sex reassignment.
From Masculine To Feminine and All Points In Between, Jennifer Anne Stevens, 1990.
My Story, Cossey, C. (1991), Boston, Faber &Faber. Autobiography of Caroline Cossey, also known as “Tula,” the British fashion model whose transsexualism was brutally revealed in News of the World with the headline “Bond girl was a boy.” Cossey tells of her unsuccessful efforts to obtain the right to marry in the UK and her determination to continue her fight until she obtains that right.
Vested Interests: Crossdressing and Cultural Anxiety, Garber, M. (1991), New York, Routledge. An examination of the cultural signifcance of crossdressing.