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Timtum : a Yidishe ṭrans-zin : a trans Jew zine

Author
Title
Timtum : a Yidishe ṭrans-zin : a trans Jew zine.
Timtum : א יידישע טראנס־זינ : a trans Jew zine.
Published
Portland, OR : s.n., 2000
Description
1 v. ([64 p.]) : ill. ; 22 cm.
Subjects (Genre)
Summary
The Jewish female-to-male transgender author writes about his struggle to fit in as a transperson in the Jewish community in Portland. He details his family history Holocaust survivor parents, one of whom is of Sephardic ancestry, and his pride in his Jewish and transgender identities. This zine also has the history of Claude Cahun, a "Jewish genderfreak artfag anti-nazi resistance fighter," dreams the author has, struggling to pass as the intended gender, how to politely ask trans people about their pronoun, definitions of Yiddish words and Jewish holidays, and Micah's experience with top surgery.
Language
English
Format
Book Book
Acquired On
March 26, 2011
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