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Autobiography of an androgyne

Ralph Werther

Autobiography of an androgyne

by Ralph Werther

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Published by Rutgers University Press in New Brunswick, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Male homosexuality,
  • Transgender people,
  • Gay men,
  • Biography,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [211]-216) .

    StatementRalph Werther ; edited and with an introduction by Scott Herring
    SeriesSubterranean lives
    ContributionsHerring, Scott, 1976-, Lind, Earl, b. 1874
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ75.8 .W47 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxxiv, 216 p. :
    Number of Pages216
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24878314M
    ISBN 100813542995, 0813543002
    ISBN 109780813542997, 9780813543000
    LC Control Number2007029659
    OCLC/WorldCa156902316

    The newly found manuscripts, like Earl Lind’s published memoirs, The Autobiography of an Androgyne () and The Female Impersonators (), provide rare, first person testimony about the earlyth-century life and times of a self-described “fairie” or “androgyne,” an individual, Lind says, “with male genitals,” but whose. Prologue: I. How I Came to Write This Book[1] My three books, Autobiography of an Androgyne, The Female-Impersonators, and The Riddle of the Underworldform a trilogy. They together set forth all phases of the life experience of a bisexual university “man.” To only a trifling extent do they overlap.

    Corrupted Clapton: The Autobiography Autobiography of a Face Yeager: An Autobiography Autobiography of an Androgyne (Subterranean Lives) The Autobiography of Emperor Haile Sellassie I: King of Kings of All Ethiopia and Lord of All Lords (My Life and Ethiopia's Progress) (My Life and File Size: KB. Buy Female Impersonators: Sequel to Autobiog of Androgyne (Homosexuality) Reprint by Werther, Ralph, Lind, Earl (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Ralph Werther, Earl Lind.

      The book consists of journal entries beginning in , when the author’s gender dysphoria suddenly emerged, and ends in the early s, after she has had surgery after a difficult transition and an inadequate real-life test. The autobiography of an androgyne. New York: The Medico-Legal Journal. (Lind is a pseudonym of Ralph Werther. A New York Times Notable Book “This is a young woman’s first book, the story of her own an autobiography of any kind is full of pitfalls--lapses into solipsism, half-truths, egoistical An Autobiography Autobiography of an Androgyne (Subterranean Lives) The Autobiography of Emperor Haile Sellassie I: King of Kings of All File Size: KB.


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“Autobiography Of An Androgyne” is a curious, fascinating historical document, but ultimately a tragic read. Initially published in an edition of only 1, in by the Medico-Legal Journal for a limited audience of scientists, doctors, sociologists, and ‘alienists’ (early psychologists) this memoir details the life of a very effeminate, even possibly trans man from his birth to a /5.

First printed inRalph Werther's Autobiography of an Androgyne charts his emerging self-understanding as a member of the "third sex" and documents his explorations of queer underworlds in turn-of-the-century New York r presents a sensational life narrative that begins with a privileged upper-class birth and a youthful realization of his difference from other boys.3/5(2).

First printed inRalph Werther's Autobiography of an Androgyne charts his emerging self-understanding as a member of the "third sex" and documents his explorations of queer underworlds in turn-of-the-century New York City.

Werther presents a sensational life narrative that begins with a privileged upper-class birth and a youthful realization of his difference from other boys.4/5(1). Autobiography of an Androgyne June published her first autobiography, The Autobiography of an Androgyne inand her second The Female-Impersonators in While June herself did not describe herself as transgender, since the term was not in use yet, she aligned herself with femininity, despite having been assigned male at birth.

Autobiography of an Androgyne. abnormal by birth—in the hope that their lives may be rendered more tolerable through the publication of this Autobiography. "But this is a people robbed and spoiled; they are all of them snared in holes, and they are hid in prison houses; they are for a prey, and none delivereth; for a spoil, and none saith.

The Autobiography of an Androgyne also describes how June felt that she lived a double life in the sense that she was an educated, middle-class white male scholar but also had intense yearnings for performing sexual acts that actually distracted her and caused her suffering.

Autobiography of an Androgyne/Autobiography. From Wikisource I have been told by intimate associates from boyhood down to my middle forties—when this book goes to press—that I markedly resemble a female physically, besides having instinctive gestures, poses, and habits that are characteristically feminine.

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First printed inRalph Werther's Autobiography of an Androgyne charts his emerging self-understanding as a member of the "third sex" and documents his explorations of queer underworlds in turn-of-the-century New York City.

English: Identifier: femaleimpersonat00wert (find matches) Title: The female - impersonators; a sequel to the Autobiography of an androgyne and an account of some of the author's experiences during his six years' career as instinctive female-impersonator in New York's underworld.

Year: Authors: Werther, Ralph Herzog, Alfred W. (Alfred Waldemar),edAuthor: Internet Archive Book Images. The Paperback of the Autobiography of an Androgyne by Earl Lind pse at Barnes & Noble.

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Create a narrative arc [3] X Research source by organizing and filling out your written memories and anecdotes so that they flow together logically%(). “Autobiography of an Androgyne,” by Ralph Werther, also known as Jennie June, chronicles a transsexual woman’s life in New York City at the turn of the 20th century, a life plagued by.

Womanhood in Autobiography of an Androgyne AARON SHAHEEN F! LAN ERIE, THE PRACTICE OF STROLLING IDLY IN URBAN CENTERS, 1 has been reconsidered in recent decades as a number of crit ics have contested Charles Baudelaire's classic depiction of the flâneur as exclusively male.1 Deborah Parsons asks, "Is the flâneur.ANDROGYNE BOOKS is an independent small press publishing poetry, short stories and translations.

The press endeavors to provoke the reader, through its publications, with words and images that challenge and extend our understanding of each other. Androgyne Books grew out of a collaboration of friends that wanted to get their poems and stories published.Androgyny is the combination of masculine and feminine characteristics into an ambiguous form.

Androgyny may be expressed with regard to biological sex, gender identity, gender expression, or sexual identity.

When androgyny refers to mixed biological sex characteristics in humans, it often refers to intersex people. As a gender identity, androgynous individuals may refer to themselves as non.