Bibliography of Books Concerning Androgynes and Androgyny

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 The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula K. Le Guin
The Left Hand of Darkness
by Ursula K. Le Guin (1969)

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 Psychological Androgyny by Ellen Piel Cook
Psychological Androgyny
by Ellen Piel Cook (1985)

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 Queer Theory, Gender Theory: An Instant Primer by Riki Wilchins
Queer Theory, Gender The...
by Riki Wilchins (2004)

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 The Other Genders: Androgyne, Genderqueer, Non-Binary Gender Variant by Ken N. Wickham
The Other Genders: Androgy...
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  • Theses and Dissertations (includes Ingrid Sell's Third gender: A Qualitative Study)
  • Selected Articles
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  • List of Movies with Androgynes or Androgyny as Their Theme

    last updated 4/1/13
    Alexander, Jonathan, and Karen Yescavage, eds.  Bisexuality and 
         Transgenderism: InterSEXions of the Others.  Binghamton, NY: 
         Harrington Park Press, 2004.  ISBN: 1-56023-287-0 softback 
         1-56023-286-2 hardback  [A monograph published simultaneously as the 
         Journal of Bisexuality Vol. 3, Nos. 3/4.]  Review by Charlotte Cooper
    
    Alexander, Rhys.  Masculine Deficit, Cause of Homosexual Orientation, 
         Androgyny & Social Collapse.  Las Vegas, NV.: Rhys Alexander, Inc., 
         1996.  Softcover. 
    
    Amato, Toni and Mary Davies, eds.  Pinned Down by Pronouns.  Jamaica 
         Plain, MA: Conviction Books, 2004.  ISBN 0-9727027-1-7  [This book 
         was written and edited almost entirely by genderqueers.  There is a 
         good article from Bay Windows called "Local trans writers confront 
         sex, lies and stereotypes" (by R.J. Grubb) online, from Jan 8, 2004, 
         about its creation and contents.]
    
    Bazin, Nancy Topping.  Virginia Woolf and the Androgynous Vision.  New 
         Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, May 1973.  ISBN 0813507359 
    
    Bell-Metereau, Rebecca.  Hollywood Androgyny: Including Films of the Late
         Eighties and Nineties.  New York, NY: Columbia University Press, 
         1993.  Trade Paperback.  ISBN 0231084676
    
    Bem, Sandra Lipsitz.  The Lenses of Gender: Transforming the Debate on 
         Sexual Inequality.  New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1993.
         Hardback ISBN: 0300056761  Paperback ISBN: 0300061633
    
    Bernstein Sycamore, Matt, ed.  Nobody Passes: Rejecting the Rules of 
         Gender and Conformity.  Emeryville, CA: Seal Press, November 6, 
         2006.  ISBN-10: 1580051847 ISBN-13: 978-1580051842  [Editor Matt 
         Bernstein Sycamore frequently goes under the name Mattilda.]
    
    Bornstein, Kate.  Gender Outlaw: On Men, Women and the Rest of Us.  New 
         York: Routledge, 1994.
    
    Bornstein, Kate Bornstein, and S. Bear Bergman.  Gender Outlaws: The Next 
         Generation.  Emeryville, CA: Seal Press, August 31, 2010.  Paperback.
         ISBN-10: 1580053084  ISBN-13: 978-1580053082
    
    Bornstein, Kate.  My Gender Workbook: How to Become a Real Man, a Real 
         Woman, the Real You, or Something Else Entirely.  New York: 
         Routledge, 1998.
    
    Brisson, Luc, and Janet Lloyd.  Sexual Ambivalence: Androgyny and 
         Hermaphroditism in Graeco-Roman Antiquity.  Berkeley: CA: 
         University of California Press, 2002.  ISBN 0520223918 paperback
         ISBN 0520231481 hardback
    
    Brown, Lester B.  Two Spirit People: American Indian Lesbian Women and 
         Gay Men.  New York: Harrington Park Press, 1997.
    
    Bull, Emma.  Bone Dance.  New York: Ace Books, 1991.  ASIN: B000FM88ZM 
         ISBN-10: B000FM88ZM, ISBN-13: B000FM88ZM  [The main character of
         this post-apocalyptic science fantasy novel is androgyne, and also
         neuter (but not neutrois, I suspect).]  Reviews: 1 2 3 4
    
    Bull, Emma.  Bone Dance: A Fantasy for Technophiles.  New York: Orb Books: 
         July 7, 2009 (2nd Ed.).  ISBN-10: 0765321734  ISBN-13: 978-0765321732
         [The same book as above, only re-named.]
    
    Bullough, Bonnie, Vern L. Bullough, and James Elias, eds.  Gender 
         Blending: Transvestism (Cross-Dressing), Gender Heresy, Androgyny, 
         Religion & the Cross-Dresser, Transgender Healthcare, Free 
         Expression, Sex Change Surgery, ...  Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books, 
         1997.  ISBN: 1573921246 hardback  [includes a paper on Akhenaten]
    
    Bullough, Vern L., and Bonnie Bullough. Cross Dressing, Sex, and Gender. 
         Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1993.  383 pp.
         ISBN 0-8122-1431-5 paperback  ISBN 0-8122-3163-5 hardback
         [Library of Congress Call Number: HQ77.B785 1993]  [A core work in 
         the gender theory canon.]  Relevant obituary of Vern L. Bullough
    
    Bunnell, Jacinta and Irit Reinheimer.  girls will be boys will be girls
         will be . . .: coloring book.  http://www.girlsnotchicks.com [now 
         defunct], June 20, 2004.  Soft Skull Press, December 7, 2004.  
         ISBN-10: 193236062X  ISBN-13: 978-1932360622  Paperback: 32 pages
    
    Burke, Phyllis.  Gender Shock: Exploding the Myths of Male and Female.
         Anchor (Reprint edition), August 1997.  Paperback ASIN: 038547718X  
         Hardback ASIN: 0385477171 ["gender independent" is a term used here]
    
    Butler, Judith.  Undoing Gender.  New York: Routledge, 2004.  ISBN 
         0415969239 paperback  ISBN 0415969220 hardcover  Reviews: 1 2
         [See also Butler, Judith.  Gender Trouble, 1989, 1990, 1999.]
    
    Butler, Pamela E.  Self-assertion For Women: A Guide To Becoming 
         Androgynous (Fully Human).  NY: Harper & Row, 1976.  ISBN 0062501208 
         trade paperback
    
    Cohen-Kettenis, Peggy T. and Friedemann Pfäfflin.  Transgenderism and 
         Intersexuality in Childhood and Adolescence: Making Choices.  Sage 
         Publications, February 2003.  ISBN 076191711X paperback  
         ISBN 0761917101 hardcover
    
    Colegrave, Sukie.  The Spirit Of The Valley: Androgyny and Chinese 
         Thought.  London: Virago, 1979.  Paperback.
    
    Conner, Randy P.  Blossom of Bone: Reclaiming the Connections Between 
         Homoeroticism and the Sacred.  HarperSanFrancisco, January 1993.  
         ISBN 0062509039 hardback  ["magnificent cross-cultural study, 
         Blossom of Bone weaves together myriad accounts of gender-variant 
         shamans, priests, magicians, and artists throughout the ages who have, 
         in different ways, embodied the interrelationship of homoeroticism, 
         androgyny and the sacred." -- www.abebooks.com] | Review
    
    Conner, Randy P.  Blossom of Bone: Reclaiming the Connections Between 
         Homoeroticism and the Sacred.  San Francisco: Harpercollins, 1993.  
         ISBN 0062502573 paperback
     
    Cook, Ellen Piel.  Psychological Androgyny.  NY: Pergamon Press, 1985. 
         ASIN 0080316131 hardback | return to top of page
    
    Cook, Ellen Piel.  Psychological Androgyny.  Boston, MA: Pearson Allyn 
         & Bacon, June 1985.  ISBN 0080316123 paperback
    
    Critchlow, Keith.  Soul As Sphere and Androgyne.  Frankfort, Kentucky: 
         Gnomon Press, December 1980.  35 pp.  ISBN-10: 9991666915 
         ISBN-13: 978-9991666914
    
    Critchlow, Keith.  Soul As Sphere and Androgyne.  Ipswich, England: 
         Golgonooza Press, 1980.  35 pp. 
    
    Critchlow, Keith.  Soul as Sphere & Androgyne.  Phanes Press, January 
         1985.  ISBN 0933999283 paperback
    
    Devor, Holly.  Gender Blending; Confronting the Limits of Duality.  
         Indiana University Press, October 1989.  Paperback ISBN: 0253205336 
         Hardback ISBN: 0253316375 
    
    Eliade Mircea.  J. M. Cohen, trans.  The Two and the One.  New York:
         Harper and Row, 1969.  [The original title in French was 
         Méphistophelès et L'androgyne.]
    
    Eliade Mircea.  J. M. Cohen, trans.  The Two and the One.  University 
         of Chicago Press, September 1979.  ISBN 0226203891 trade paperback
         ["An important work for the analysis of the coincidentia 
         oppositorum, the coincidence of opposites, or binary oppositions in 
         the history of religious ideas.  Androgyny is explored as are 
         cosmogony and eschatology, the birth and death of the cosmos or 
         worldview."]
    
    Eliade, Mircea.  Mephistopheles and the Androgyne: Studies in Religious 
         Myth and Symbol.  NY: Sheed and Ward, 1965.  Hardback.
    
    Epstein, Julia, and Kristina Straub, eds.  Body Guards: The Cultural 
         Politics of Gender Ambiguity.  New York, NY: Routledge, November 
         1991.  ASIN: 0415903890 paperback
    
    Ettner, Randi, and George R. Brown.  Gender Loving Care: A Guide to 
         Counseling Gender-Variant Clients.  W.W. Norton & Company, May 
         1999.  ISBN 0393703045 hardback
    
    Faithfull, Theodore J.  Mystery Of The Androgyne: Three Papers on the 
         Theory and Practice of Psycho-Analysis.  London, England: Forum 
         Publishing of London, 1938.  8vo: over 7¾" x 9¾" tall, 79 pages.  
    
    Fausto-Sterling, Anne.  Myths of Gender: Biological Theories about 
         Women and Men.  New York: Basic Books, 1985.  258 pages.  
         ISBN 0-465-04790-4 hardback 
    
    Fausto-Sterling, Anne.  Myths of Gender: Biological Theories about 
         Women and Men.  New York: Basic Books, 1992.  2nd Rev edition.  
         320 pages.  ISBN 0-465-04792-0 paperback
    
    Fausto-Sterling, Anne.  Sexing the Body: Gender Politics and the 
         Construction of Sexuality.  New York: Basic Books, 2000.  
         paperback ISBN 0465077145  hardback ASIN 0465077137 
    
    Feinberg, Leslie.  Transgender Warriors: Making History from Joan of Arc 
         to Dennis Rodman.  Beacon Press, June 1997.  ISBN 0807079413 paper
         ISBN 0807079405 hardback
    
    Galatians and Gender Trouble: Primal Androgyny and the First Century 
         Origins of a Feminist Dilemma (Protocol of the Colloquy of the 
         Center for Hermeneutical Studies, New series, No 1).  Center for 
         Hermeneutical Studies, February 1996.  ASIN 0892420650 paperback
    
    Gamson, Joshua.  The Fabulous Sylvester: The Legend, the Music, the 
         Seventies in San Francisco.  Henry Holt and Co., March 2005  
         ISBN: 0805072500 hardback  [from pp. 158-59: "When he felt like a 
         woman, he was flattered to be mistaken for one; when he felt like 
         a man, he was flattered to be mistaken for one of those, too."]
         Short Sylvester biographies: 1 2 3
    
    Gamson, Joshua.  The Fabulous Sylvester: The Legend, the Music, the 
         Seventies in San Francisco.  Picador USA, January 2006.
         ISBN: 0312425694 paperback
    
    Goldberg, Ellen.  The Lord Who Is Half Woman: Ardhanarisvara in Indian 
         and Feminist Perspective.  Albany: State University of New York 
         Press, 2002.  Softcover ISBN 079145326X, hardback ISBN 0791453251.
         [Ardhanarisvara is a Hindu composite deity of Shiva's male and 
         female aspects.]
    
    Graham, Lanier.  Duchamp & Androgyny: Art, Gender, and Metaphysics.
         Berkeley, California: No-Thing Press, July 15, 2003.  ISBN: 
         0-9726966-0-1 hardback limited edition of 1000.  [This book's first 
         three (of five) chapters can be read online for free in the form of 
         the article "Duchamp & Androgyny: The Concept and its Context."
         Note at the bottom of the book's indicia: The first version of this 
         text appeared as "Duchamp's Illuminating Androgynes" in Iconography 
         of Infinity: Essays on Art & Philosophy, vol. 11 no. 4, Winter 2000.  
         An expanded version was published as "Duchamp & Androgyny: The 
         Concept and the [sic] Context" in Tout-Fait: The Marcel Duchamp 
         Studies Online Journal, vol. 2, no. 4, Jan. 2002.]
    
    Haynes, Felicity and Tarquam McKenna, eds.  Unseen Genders: Beyond the 
         Binaries.  (Eruptions Vol. 12)  New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 
         February 2001.  ISBN 0820450243 paperback
    
    Heilbrun, Carolyn G.  Toward a Recognition of Androgyny.  NY: Harper 
         Colophon, 1974.  Paperback.  [with material on berdache and hijra]
    
    Heilbrun, Carolyn G.  [Cross, Amanda (Pseudonym)].  Towards Androgyny: 
         Aspects of Male and Female in Literature.  London: Gollancz, 1973.  
         Hardback.
    
    Herdt, Gilbert, editor.  Third Sex, Third Gender: Beyond Sexual 
         Dimorphism in Culture and History.  Zone Books, April 7, 1994. 
         ISBN: 0942299817
    
    Highberger, Craig.  Superstar in a Housedress: The Life and Legend of 
         Jackie Curtis.  New York: Chamberlain Bros., Book & DVD edition, 
         May 31, 2005.  ISBN: 1596090790  Compare with the film.  [About 
         Warhol superstar Jackie Curtis.  Curtis considered hirself to be 
         neither man nor woman.  The lyrics to the Lou Reed song, "Walk on 
         the Wild Side," mention Holly (Woodlawn), Candy (Darling), Little 
         Joe (Dallesandro), and Jackie (Curtis), by name.]  This book comes 
         with a free DVD of the film, Superstar in a Housedress (which is 
         not available on DVD separately), that contains nearly 30 minutes 
         of extra footage not shown in the theatrical release.
    
    Hinz, Evelyn J.  The Lure of the Androgyne.  University of Manitoba, 
         1997.  Softcover.  [THE LURE OF THE ANDROGYNE, Mosaic (a journal 
         for the interdisciplinary study of literature), Vol. 30, No. 3, 
         September 1997.  Paperback.]
    
    Hoeveler, Diane.  Romantic Androgyny: The Women Within.  Penn State, 
         1990.  ISBN 0271007044 hardback
    
    Jacobs, Sue-Ellen, Wesley Thomas, and Sabine Lang, eds.  Two-spirit
         People: Native American Gender Identity, Sexuality, and 
         Spirituality.  Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1997. 
         ISBN 0252023447 hardback  ISBN 0252066456 paperback
    
    Kaldera, Raven.  Hermaphrodeities: The Transgender Spirituality Workbook.
         Philadelphia, PA: Xlibris Corporation, 2002.  Trade Paperback ISBN: 
         1-4010-2719-9, Hardback ISBN: 1-4010-2718-0, eBook (online) ISBN: 
         1-4010-2720-2.  Sample excerpt
    
    Kaplan, Alexandra G. and Joan P. Bean, eds.  Beyond Sex-Role 
         Stereotypes: Readings Toward a Psychology of Androgyny.  Boston: 
         Little, Brown and Company, 1976.  Softcover.
    
    Kaplan, Alexandra G.  Psychological Androgyny, Further Considerations: A 
         Special Issue of Psychology of Women Quarterly.  New York, NY: Human 
         Sciences Press, August 1979.  ISBN 0877054185 softcover
    
    Kaplan, Alexandra G.  Psychology and Sex Roles: An Androgynous Perspective.
         Scott Foresman & Co., May 1980.  ISBN 0316482722 paperback
    
    Kessler, Suzanne J.  Lessons from the Intersexed.  Rutgers University 
         Press, 1998.  ISBN 0813525306 paperback  ISBN 0813525292 hardback
    
    Kimbrough, Robert.  Shakespeare and the Art of Human Kindness: The Essay 
         Toward Androgyny.  Humanity Books, October 1992.  Reprint edition.
         ISBN 1573925128 hardcover
     
    Kulick, Don.  Travesti: Sex, Gender and Culture Among Brazilian 
         Transgendered Prostitutes.  Chicago, IL: University of Chicago
         Press, 1998.  ISBN 0226460991 hardback  ISBN 0226461009 paperback
         Reviews: 1 2 [Travesti are males who ostensibly live as women 
         and are augmented with silicone and/or hormones, yet they do not 
         consider themselves to be women but gay men.  They may or may not 
         be transgenderists or androgynes, but they are definitely (a) 
         third gender(ed).]
    
    Kryder, Rowena Pattee.  Song to Thee, Divine Androgyne: Seven Steps to 
         Heaven.  Millbrae, CA: Celestial Arts, 1973.  ISBN 0912310405
         Paperback.  [also under Pattee, Rowena.]
    
    Lang, Sabine.  Men as Women, Women as Men: Changing Gender in Native 
         American Cultures.  Austin: University of Texas Press, 1998.
     
    Le Guin, Ursula K.  The Left Hand of Darkness.  Ace Books, 1969.  ["On a 
         planet where people are of no gender -- or both" -- amazon.com
         This is an all-time science fiction classic, and won both the Hugo
         Award and the Nebula Award in the year of its release.  Compare
         with Venus Plus X (1960) by Theodore Sturgeon and Shadow Man (1995) 
         by Melissa Scott.] | return to top of page
    
    Lester, Toni P., ed.  Gender Nonconformity, Race, and Sexuality: Charting 
         the Connections.  University of Wisconsin Press, February 3, 2003.
         ISBN 0299181448 paperback  ISBN: 0299181405 hardback
    
    Lev, Arlene Istar.  Transgender Emergence: Therapeutic Guidelines for
         Working with Gender-Variant People and Their Families.  Binghamton,
         NY: Harrington Park Press, 2004.  ISBN: 0-7890-2117-X softcover
         0-7890-0708-8 hardback 
    
    Lorber, Judith.  Paradoxes of Gender.  New Haven, CT: Yale Univ Press 
         (Reprint edition), August 1995.  Paperback ISBN 0300064977  
         Hardback ASIN 0300058071
    
    MacLeod, Catriona.  Embodying Ambiguity: Androgyny and Aesthetics from 
         Winckelmann to Keller.  Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, 
         1998.  ISBN 0814325394
    
    Mollenkott, Virginia Ramey.  Omnigender: A Trans-Religious Approach.
         Cleveland, Ohio: Pilgrim Press, May 2001.  ISBN 0829814221 hardback
         Reviews: 1 2 3
    
    Nanda, Serena.  Gender Diversity: Crosscultural Variations.  Prospect
         Heights, IL: Waveland Press, 1999.  ISBN 1-57766-074-9 paperback
         
    Nanda, Serena.  Neither Man Nor Woman: The Hijras of India.  Belmont, 
         CA: Wadsworth Publishing Co., 1998.  Second Edition.  208 Pages. 
         ISBN 0534509037 paperback
    
    Nanda, Serena.  Neither Man Nor Woman: The Hijras of India (Wadsworth 
         Modern Anthropology Library).  Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing 
         Co., 1990.  First Edition.  170 pages.  ISBN 0534122043 paperback
    
    Nestle, Joan, Riki Wilchins and Clare Howell, eds.  Genderqueer: Voices 
         from Beyond the Sexual Binary.  Los Angeles: Alyson Publications, 
         August 2002.  ISBN 1555837301  [from Amazon.com: "Be forewarned, 
         though -- this is not a book for the easily offended, be you 
         straight, gay, queer, trans -- or not.  If you need your own 
         feelings and ideas confirmed and validated, better to read something 
         else.  A number of the authors are brutal in their honesty, coarse 
         in their language, and express disturbing opinions.  For me, though, 
         'Genderqueer' was enlightening, stimulating, often hilarious, and 
         occasionally infuriating." -- Kathryn M Ottersten]
    
    Offerman-Zuckerberg, Joan, ed.  Gender in Transition: A New Frontier.
         NY: Plenum Press, September 1989.  ISBN: 0306431327  Hardback only.
         ["Twenty-seven contributions deal with gender in transition and 
         androgyny, new reproductive technologies, and future patterns, 
         concerns, and issues that humanity may face in the twenty-first 
         century." -- Book News, Inc.]
    
    O'Flaherty, W. (Wendy Doniger).  Women, Androgynes, and Other Mythical 
         Beasts.  Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1980.  
         ISBN 0226618498  hardback
    
    O'Keefe, Tracie.  Sex, Gender and Sexuality.  Sydney, NSW, Australia:
         Extraordinary People Press, March 1999.  ISBN 0952948222 paperback
    
    O'Keefe, Tracie and Katrina Fox, eds.  Finding the Real Me: True Tales of 
         Sex & Gender Diversity.  San Francisco: Jossey-Bass (an imprint of 
         Wiley), April 2003.  ISBN 0787965472 paperback
    
    Olds, Linda E.  Fully Human: How Everyone Can Integrate the Benefits 
         of Masculine and Feminine Sex Roles.  Prentice Hall, November, 1981.
         ISBN 0133322130 hardback
    
    Olsen, Glenn W.  Of Sodomites, Effeminates, Hermaphrodites, and 
         Androgynes: Sodomy in the Age of Peter Damian.  Toronto, Ontario: 
         PIMS [Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies], October 1, 2011.  
         Hardcover: 538 pages.  ISBN-10: 0888441762  ISBN-13: 978-0888441768  
         [Examines the history of sex and gender in the middle ages from a 
         linguistic, artistic, and philosophical perspective.]
    
    Pande, Alka.  Ardhanarishvara -- The Androgyne: Probing the Gender 
         Within.  New Delhi, India: Rupa & Co, 2004.  ISBN 81-291-0464-4  
         Size: 13.2" x 8.8"  Pages: 191 (Color Illus: 74, B & W illus: 42) 
         Reviews: 1 2
    
    Parson, Jacquelynne E.  Adolescence: Gateway to Androgyny.  Michigan 
         Feminist Studies, June 1980.  ISBN 9993146536
    
    Pattanaik, Devdutt.  The Man Who Was a Woman: And Other Queer Tales.
         Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press, 2001.  ISBN 1560231815 paperback
    
    Pattanaik, Devdutt.  The Man Who Was a Woman: And Other Queer Tales.
         Harrington Park Press, 2002.  ISBN 1560231807 hardback
    
    Pattee, Rowena.  Song to Thee, Divine Androgyne: Seven Steps to 
         Heaven.  Millbrae, CA: Celestial Arts, 1973.  ISBN 0912310405
         paperback.  [also under Kryder, Rowena Pattee.]
    
    Picard, Hymen W. J.  Call of the Goddess -- Seven Lives of an Androgyne
         New York: Vantage Press, 1992.  Hardback.
    
    Pratt, Minnie Bruce.  S/He.  Firebrand Books, 1995.  ISBN 1563410591 
         paperback  Reviews: 1 2 3
    
    Preves, Sharon E.  Intersex and Identity: The Contested Self.  New 
         Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2003.  ISBN: 0813532299 
         paperback  ISBN 0813532280 hardback
    
    Queen, Carol and Lawrence Schimel, eds.  PoMoSexuals: Challenging 
         Assumptions About Gender and Sexuality.  San Francisco: 
         Cleis Press, 1997.  ISBN 1573440744 
    
    Rado, Lisa.  The Modern Androgyne Imagination: A Failed Sublime.
         University Press of Virginia, 2000.  ISBN 0813919797 hardback
    
    Reddy, Gayatri.  With Respect to Sex: Negotiating Hijra Identity in 
         South India.  Worlds of Desire: The Chicago Series on Sexuality, 
         Gender, and Culture.  Chicago: University Of Chicago Press, July 
         2005.  ISBN 0-226-70756-3 paperback  ISBN 0-226-70755-5 hardback
    
    Roscoe, Will.  Changing Ones: Third and Fourth Genders in Native North 
         America.  Palgrave MacMillan, June 2000.  ISBN 0312224796 paper
    
    Roscoe, Will.  Changing Ones: Third and Fourth Genders in Native North 
         America.  St. Martin's Press, March 1998.  ISBN 0312175396 hard
    
    Roscoe, Will.  The Zuni Man-woman.  Albuquerque, NM: New Mexico 
         University Press, 1991.
    
    Rothblatt, Martine Aliana.  The Apartheid of Sex: A Manifesto on the 
         Freedom of Gender.  NY: Crown, February 1995.  ISBN  051759997X
    
    Rowe, J. Spencer.  The Last of the Dodo's: Voice of the Two Spirit.
         Morrisville, NC: Lulu, February 2005.  131 pages, 6.0 x 9.0 in. 
         ISBN: 1-4116-2358-4 paperback or download  ["The only published 
         work about Two Spirit Native Americans by a Two Spirit Native 
         American."]  Printed-on-demand or download only.  Sample chapter:
         "Hope for Tomorrow" (originally appeared in Reader Weekly: 
         Northland News, Arts, and Entertainment, Issue 284, Sept. 16, 2004)
    
    Sargent, Alice G.  The Androgynous Manager, Blending Male & Female 
         Management Styles For Today's Organization.  New York: AMACOM 
         (American Management Association), 1981.  ISBN 0814476015 hardback
    
    Sargent, Alice G.  Beyond Sex Roles.  West Publishing, 1977.  
         ISBN 0829901043 hardback
    
    Sargent, Alice G.  Beyond Sex Roles.  West Publishing, 1985.  
         ISBN 031485293X  paperback
     
    Scott, Melissa.  Shadow Man.  Tor Books, 1995.  ISBN 0312858000 hardback
         [Takes place on a planet that recognizes only two genders, while the 
         rest of the universe recognizes five -- man, mem, herm, fem, and 
         woman -- patterned after the categories put forth by geneticist Anne 
         Fausto-Sterling in her 1993 article, "The Five Sexes: Why Male and 
         Female Are Not Enough," from The Sciences, March/April 1993, pages 
         20-24.  Compare with Venus Plus X (1960) by Theodore Sturgeon and 
         The Left Hand of Darkness (1969) by Ursula K. Le Guin.]  Opinions &  
         reviews: 1 2 3 4 5 6 | Availability | Interview with Melissa Scott
    
    Scott, Melissa.  Shadow Man.  Tor Books, 1996.  ISBN 0312862067 paperback
     
    Serano, Julia.  Whipping Girl: A Transsexual Woman on Sexism and 
         the Scapegoating of Femininity.  Berkeley, CA: Seal Press, 
         14 May 2007.  ISBN-10: 1580051545  ISBN-13: 978-1580051545
    
    Sharma, Satish Kumar.  Hijras: The Labelled Deviants.  New Delhi: Gian 
         Publishing House, January 1989.  ISBN 8121202663 hardcover  151 
         pages.  [aka Third Sex and Human Rights]  
    
    Simels, Steven.  Gender Chameleons: Androgyny in Rock 'n Roll.  Arbor 
         House Pub Co., May 1985 and New York, NY, U.S.A.: Morrow/Avon, 1985.
         ISBN 0877956944 paperback
    
    Singer, June.  Androgyny: The Opposities Within.  A thorough 
         Investigation of the Subject, Full of Psychological and Spiritual 
         Insights.  2000.  Soft Cover.
    
    Singer, June.  Androgyny: Toward a New Theory of Sexuality.  Garden 
         City, NJ: Doubleday, 1976.  Hardback.
    
    Stevens, Jennifer Anne.  From Masculine to Feminine and All Points In 
         Between.  Cambridge, MA: Different Path Press, 1990.  
         ISBN 0962626201 
    
    Stevenson, Warren.  Romanticism and the Androgynous Sublime.  Cranberry, 
         NJ: Associated University Presses, 1996.  ISBN 0-838-63668-3 hardback
    
    Stevenson, Warren.  Romanticism and the Androgynous Sublime.  Edwin Mellen 
         Press, 2010.  ISBN 10:  0-7734-3842-4  ISBN 13:  978-0-7734-3842-2   
     
    Sturgeon, Theodore.  Venus Plus X.  New York: Pyramid Books, 1960.  
         [Science fiction taking place in a future where the human race is 
         intersex (xxy, or having Klinefelter's syndrome, to be precise) 
         and androgyne.  Compare with The Left Hand of Darkness (1969) by 
         Ursula K. Le Guin and Shadow Man (1995) by Melissa Scott.  There 
         is a website named after the book at http://www.venusplusx.org/.]  
         Review pages: 1 2
    
    Tanis, Justin Edward.  Trans-Gendered: Theology, Ministry, and 
         Communities of Faith.  Cleveland, Ohio: Pilgrim Press, 2003.   
         ISBN 0829815287 paperback
    
    Veeder, William.  Mary Shelley and Frankenstein: The Fate of Androgyny.
         University of Chicago Press, November 1988.  ISBN 0226852261 
         paperback
    
    Vetterling-Braggin, Mary, ed.  "Femininity," "Masculinity" and 
         "Androgyny": A Modern Philosophical Discussion.  Totowa, NJ: 
         Littlefield, Adams, 1982.  ISBN 0-8226-0399-3 softbound 
         0-8476-7070-8 hardback
    
    Weil, Kari.  Androgyny and the Denial of Difference.  Virginia, 1992. 
         Trade paperback. 
     
    Wickham, Ken N.  The Other Genders: Androgyne, Genderqueer, Non-Binary 
         Gender Variant.  North Charleston, SC: CreateSpace, 19 May 2011.
         ISBN-10: 1461136628  ISBN-13: 978-1461136620  Printed on demand.
         [The author, Kendra/Kendall Wickham, is androgyne hirself, and
         this the first book written by an androgyne about androgyneity.]
         | return to top of page
     
    Wilchins, Riki.  Queer Theory, Gender Theory: An Instant Primer.  Los 
         Angeles: Alyson Publications, 1 August 2004.  ISBN 1555837980 
         softback  [On pages 13-22 it is argued that being gay is really an 
         issue of gender, and pages 132-134 explain the difference between 
         "gender performance" and "performativity."] | return to top of page
    
    Wilchins, Riki.  Read My Lips: Sexual Subversion and the End of Gender. 
         Ann Arbor, MI: Firebrand Books, September 1997.  Paperback ISBN 
         1563410907  Hardback ASIN 1563410915 
    
    Wilhelm, Amara Das.  Tritiya-Prakriti: People of the Third Sex:
         Understanding Homosexuality, Transgender Identity and Intersex 
         Conditions Through Hinduism.  Philadelphia, PA: Xlibris Corporation, 
         2004.   263 pages.  ISBN 1-4134-3534-3 paperback  ISBN 1-4134-6420-3 
         hardback  ["'Tritiya-Prakriti: People of the Third Sex' is a labor 
         of love, provided as a service to Sri Guru, Gauranga, and the 
         Vaishnavas to help promote all-inclusiveness and 'gay tolerance' 
         within the Hindu and Vaishnava faiths.  All proceeds from the sale 
         of this book go directly to GALVA-108, Inc., a non-profit religious 
         organization, to further this cause."]
    
    Williams, Walter L.  The Spirit and the Flesh: Sexual Diversity in 
         American Indian Culture.  Boston: Beacon Press, October 1986.
         ISBN 0807046027 hardback  November 1988 ISBN 0807046116 paperback
    
    Yadav, Neeta.  Ardhanarisvara in Art and Literature.  New Delhi: D.K. 
         Printworld, 2001.  ISBN 81-246-0169-0.  Hardback.  [Ardhanarisvara 
         is a Hindu composite deity of Shiva's male and female aspects.]
         Reviews: 1 2 3
    
    Zolla, E.  The Androgyne: Fusion of the Sexes.  London: Thames and Hudson, 
         1981.  ISBN 0500810281.  Oversized softcover.
    
    Zolla, Elemire.  The Androgyne: Reconciliation of Male and Female.  (The 
         Illustrated Library of Sacred Imagination.)  NY: Crossroad Books, 
         1981.  ISBN 0824500652 paperback  ISBN 0824500601 hardcover
    
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    Photography Books and Photoessays | back to top
    
    
    Allen, Mariette Pathy, photographer.  The Gender Frontier.  Heidelberg, 
         Germany: Kehrer Verlag, December 2003.  ISBN: 3936636044   Hardback.  
         [Photographs, and text by Mariette Pathy Allen, with essays by Grady 
         Turner, Riki Wilchins, Jamison Green, and Milton Diamond, in English 
         and German.  Photographs and short texts re both F2Ms and M2Fs, as 
         well as queer youth.  Allen asks the question, "What is the essence 
         of humanness beyond masculinity or femininity?"]  Reviews: 1
    
    Roos, Daijna.  Miroir Aux Androggynes [aka Miroir Aux Androgynes].
         Tubingen, Germany: Konkursbuch, 1997 & 2000.  ISBN 3887691059 
         hardback  [The text is in German, French and English.  The 1997 
         edition has 156 pages (110 b&w + 16 color), and the 2000 edition 
         has 208 pages.]  Six photos from this book
    
    Unwerth, Ellen von.  Omahyra and Boyd.  BPR Publishers, January 2005.  
         Hardcover, 120 pp.  ISBN: 291417120X  [The book's subjects, 
         Omahyra Mota and Boyd Holbrook, as photographed by former model 
         Ellen von Unwerth.  Omahyra and Boyd look mostly androgynous in 
         this book (Omahyra does ordinarily, but Boyd tends not to).]
    
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    Theses and Dissertations | back to top
    
    
    Clay, Mary Negley.  A study of the relationship between self-actualization 
         and psychological androgyny.  State University of New York, College of 
         Arts and Science, 1979.  (Masters thesis.  Counseling and Psychological 
         Services.)  48 pp.  ASIN: B0006XBOMY  
    
    Colten, Mary Ellen.  A reconsideration of psychological androgyny: Self 
         esteem, social skills and expectations rather than sex role 
         identification.  Ann Arbor, Mich.: University of Michigan, 1978.  
         (Dissertation.)  University Microfilms International, 1980. 111 pp., 
         21 cm.  ASIN: B0006XHEB4 
    
    Detri, Ralph Anthony.  A comparison of the androgyny scores of heterosexual, 
         bisexual and homosexual transvestites.  Rhode Island College, 1983.
         (Thesis.  Dept. of Counselor Education.)  130 pp.  ASIN: B0007AY00Y 
    
    Julsonnet, Sharon Kay.  Androgyny and Its Relationship to the Anima and 
         Animus and Related Psychological Constructs.  Texas A and M University, 
         August 1991.  (Ph.D. Dissertation.  Psychology.)  228 pp.
    
    Koole, Boudewijn.  Man en vrouw zijn een: De androgynie in het Christendom, 
         in het bijzonder bij Jacob Boehme.  (In English: Man and woman are one: 
         Androgyny in Christianity, particularly in the works of Jacob Boehme.)
         Utrecht, Netherlands: HES, 1986.  Dutch language.  ISBN-10: 9061940869
         ISBN-13: 978-9061940869  [A search on the ISBN-10 gets more hits.]
    
    Lewis, Jennifer.  Resilience Among Transgender Adults Who Identify as 
         Genderqueer: Implications for Health and Mental Health Treatment.  Ann 
         Arbor, Michigan: ProQuest, UMI Dissertation Publishing, September 2, 
         2011.  196 pp., 9.7 x 7.4 x 0.4 inches.  ISBN-10: 1243423390  
         ISBN-13: 978-1243423399
    
    Sell, Ingrid M.  Third gender: A Qualitative Study of the Experience of 
         Individuals Who Identify as Being Neither Man nor Woman.  Institute of 
         Transpersonal Psychology, 2001.  (Doctoral Dissertation.)  261 pages.
         [UMI (now maintained by ProQuest) Publication Number 3011299.  
         Pricing information (in 2003): Unbound Paper (8.5" x 11") $38.00, 
         Softbound (6.5" x 8.25") $69.00, Hardbound (6.5" x 8.25") $85.00, 
         Microfilm $56, Microfiche $56]
    
    Seth, Bindu.  GenderQueer Identity: Examining Liminality Through Narrative. 
         ProQuest, UMI Dissertation Publishing, September 8, 2011.  166 pp., 
         9.7 x 7.4 x 0.4 inches.  ISBN-10: 1243689005  ISBN-13: 978-1243689009
    
    Snyder, Rachel.  The Androgyne Patriarchy in Japan: Contemporary Issues in 
         Japanese Gender.  ProQuest, UMI Dissertation Publishing, May 11, 2012.  
         96 pp.  ISBN-10: 1248980433  ISBN-13: 978-1248980439  paperback
    
    Tikkun, Kaitlyn Muriel.  Embodiment Beyond the Binary: Sean Dorsey and the 
         Trans Genderqueer Presence in Contemporary Concert Dance.  ProQuest, 
         UMI Dissertation Publishing, September 2, 2011.  88 pp., 9.7 x 7.4 x 
         0.2 inches.  ISBN-10: 1243453125  ISBN-13: 978-1243453129
    
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    Selected Articles | back to top
    
    
    Feldman, Stephe.  "Androgyne Online."  Transgender Tapestry 107 (Fall/Winter 
         2004), pp 38-39.  [the article is stored on this site]
    
    Meeks, W.A.  "The Image of the Androgyne: Some Uses of a Symbol in Earliest 
         Christianity."  History of Religions 13 (1974), pp. 165-208.
    
    Richter, Joannes.  Die Kabbala in unserer Sprache.  Web article.
         http://joannes.richter.bei.t-online.de/Texte/kabba_D.htm 
         2000.  [Translated from Homepage von Fries und Hans Richter (which
         is no longer online): "The Kabbala in our language journey in our 
         linguistic area -- with a description of the androgyne core in the 
         most important words of our language --"  The English-language 
         version of this article (seen directly below) is not quite identical.]
    
    Richter, J. (Joannes) W.  The Cabala in Our Languages.  Web article.  
         http://joannes.richter.bei.t-online.de/Texte/kabba_E.htm 
         2001.  [see description above]
    
    Robertson, Jennifer.  "The Politics of Androgyny in Japan: Sexuality and 
         Subversion in the Theater and Beyond."  American Ethnologist 19:3 
         (August 1992): pp. 419-43.
    
    Sameth, Mark.  "Who Is He?  He Is She: The Secret Four-Letter Name of God."  
         CCAR Journal: A Reform Jewish Quarterly (Summer 2008): pp. 22-28.  
         [CCAR is the Central Conference of American Rabbis.]  Articles: 1 2 3
    
    Sell, Ingrid.  (2001).  "Between the worlds: An investigation of Western 
         third gender."  White Crane: A Journal of Gay Men's Spirituality. 
         Number 50, Fall, 2001, pp. 7-9.  [re her dissertation]
    
    Sell, Ingrid.  (2001).  "Not man, not woman: Psychospiritual 
         characteristics of a Western third gender."  Journal of 
         Transpersonal Psychology 33 (1), pp. 16-36.  [re her dissertation]
    
    Wasserstrom, Steven M.  "Uses of the Androgyne in the History of
         Religions."  Studies in Religion / Sciences Religieuses: Volume 27 
         Number 4 (1998).  Abstract: The image of the androgyne was used by 
         historians of religions Mircea Eliade, Henry Corbin and Gershom 
         Scholem to refer symbolically to a totality beyond gender 
         differences.  The androgyne was identified as perfect man by Eliade, 
         as angel by Corbin, as demon by Scholem (in his interpretation of 
         Walter Benjamin) and as the godhead by their common ancestor Goethe. 
         This article reflects on these uses of the androgyne as they 
         underwrote normative assumptions about the history of religions. 
         Attention is also paid to the uses of the androgyne in related 
         fields, especially fiction and philosophy, in order to understand 
         these expresssions of the androgyne in relation to the history of 
         religions under discussion here.  [This article is also the 12-page 
         Chapter 13 of the book, Religion after Religion: Gershom Scholem, 
         Mircea Eliade, and Henry Corbin at Eranos, by Steven M. Wasserstrom. 
         Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1999.    
         ISBN 0691005400 paperback  ISBN 0691005397 hardback]
    
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    Graphic Novels (comics) | back to top
    
    
    Merey, Ilike.  a + e 4ever.  Maple Shade, NJ: Lethe Press, September 25, 
         2011.  Paperback graphic novel: 214 pages  ISBN-10: 1590213904  
         ISBN-13: 978-1590213902  [About a sensitive, beautiful boy with 
         androgynous looks who becomes friends with a Goth-punk lesbian.]
         Reviews: 1 2 3 4
    
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    Manga (Japanese comics) | back to top

       
    They Were 11 #1
    the cover of the American They Were 11 #1 manga
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    They Were 11 #2
    the cover of the American They Were 11 #2 manga
    179k | 407k
     
    They Were 11 #3
    the cover of the American They Were 11 #3 manga
    176k | 389k
     
    They Were 11 #4
    the cover of the American They Were 11 #4 manga
    194k | 422k
     
    Four Shojo Stories
    the cover of the Four Shojo Stories paperback compilation
    |17k|
    
    Moto, Hagio.  They Were 11.  San Francisco, CA: Viz Comics, 1996, in four
         issues.  [Originally serialized in Bessatsu Shoujo, or Zen-In from 
         Petit Flower Comics in Japan in 1975.  A science fiction whodunit
         with a character of indeterminate gender named Frol.  A shojo manga 
         (Japanese girls' comic book).  Adapted into a really good anime 
         (Japanese animated film) in 1986.]
    
    Moto, Hagio, Keiko Nishi and Shio Sato.  Four Shojo Stories.  San 
         Francisco, CA: Viz Communications, March 1996.  ASIN: 1569310556  
         A collection of four girls' comics stories (two by one author).  
         Contains the entirety of the They Were 11 manga.  See above.  This
         book is out-of-print and usually expensive if found.  Track down
         the individual four manga issues, instead.  eBAY is one source.]
    
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    German-language Books | back to top
    
    Universal Language Translators [Altavista is recommended]: http://www.babelfish.org/ [this link will open in a new window]
    Currency Converter: http://www.xe.com/pca/ [this link will open in a new window]
    
    
    Bock, Ulla und Dorothee Alfermann.  Querelles, Bd.4, Androgynie:
         Vielfalt der Möglichkeiten.  Taschenbuch - 269 Seiten (1999) 
         Metzler, Stgt.; ISBN 3476016722
    
    Feuerstein, Günther.  Androgynos: Das Mann-Weibliche in Kunst und 
         Architektur.  [: the Male-Female in Art and Architecture.]
         Stuttgart: Edition Axel Menges, 1997.  ISBN 3930698749 
    
    Hassler, Marianne.  Androgynie.  Taschenbuch (1990) Hogrefe Vlg., 
         Kornw.; ISBN 3801703908
    
    Hertzer, Karin.  Mann oder Frau: Wenn die Grenzen fließend werden. 
         Taschenbuch - 220 Seiten (1999) Ariston-Vlg., München; 
         ISBN 3720520633
    
    Sill, Bernhard.  Androgynie und Geschlechtsdifferenz nach Franz von 
         Baader.  Eine anthropo.-ethische Studie.   Gebundene Ausgabe - 
         512 Seiten (Mai 1998) F. Pustet, Regensbg.; ISBN 3791709526
    
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    Books of Questionable Relevance | back to top

       
    the front cover of 
 the Ballantine Books edition of The Gods Themselves by Isaac Asimov
    The Gods Themselves
    by Isaac Asimov (1972)

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    the front cover of 
 the 2005 Odyssea Publishing edition, with a cover by Avi Katz
    The Gods Themselves by Isaac Asimov (1972) Israeli edition
    with cover illustration by Avi Katz (2005 Odyssea Publishing)

    114k
    
    Asimov, Isaac.  The Gods Themselves.  NYC, New York: Doubleday, 1972.
         ISBN 0-385-02701-X  [Features aliens consisting of "hard ones" and 
         amorphous "soft ones" -- the latter having three sexes, with all 
         three "genders" embedded in sexual and social norms of expected and 
         acceptable behavior.  Asimov's favorite amongst his own stories.
         Winner of the 1972 Nebula and 1973 Hugo awards.]
    
    Broughton, James.  The Androgyne Journal.  Seattle, WA: Broken Moon 
         Press, 1991.  Paperback.
    
    Butler, Judith.  Gender Trouble: Feminism and the Subversion of Identity.
         New York: Routledge, 1990.  ISBN 0415900425 hardcover
    
    Butler, Judith.  Gender Trouble: Feminism and the Subversion of Identity.
         New York: Routledge Kegan & Paul, 1989.  ISBN 0415900433 paperback
    
    Butler, Judith.  Gender Trouble: Feminism and the Subversion of Identity.
         New York: Routledge; 10th Anniv edition, 1999.  ISBN 0415924995 paper
    
    The Divine Androgyne: According to Purusha: Adventures in Cosmic Erotic 
         Ecstasy and Androgyne Bodyconsciousness.  See: Larkin, (Christopher) 
         Purusha Androgyne.
    
    Faithfull, Theodore J.  Mystery of the Androgyne: Three Papers on The 
         Theory and Practice of Psycho-Analysis.  Forum Publishing of 
         London, 1938.  79 pp.  [Faithful also wrote a book named The 
         Re-Education of the Invert and an article named Bisexuality: 
         An Essay on Extraversion and Introversion.]
    
    Henry, Maurice.  32 Positions of the Androgyne.  NY: Putnam, 1961.  
         Erotic cartoon illustrations throughout.
    
    Incognito, Magus.  The Universal Androgyne Of The Rosicrucians.  
         Whitefish, Montana: Kessinger Publishing, LLC, 10 September 2010.
         ISBN-10: 1163032344 ISBN-13: 978-1163032343  Paperback, 16 pages.
         ["This 15 page article was extracted from the book: Secret Doctrine 
         of the Rosicrucians Illustrated with the Secret Rosicrucian Symbols, 
         by Magus Incognito.  To purchase the entire book, please order 
         ISBN 1564591875." -- Amazon.com]
    
    Kessel, Edward Luther.  The Androgynous Christ: A Christian Feminist View.  
         Portland, OR: Softcover.  8vo.  Privately printed.  (1988?)  [From: 
         JASA (Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation) 35 September 
         1983, 129-136: "The following statements constitute a plausible 
         biological scenario for Jesus during embryological development.  (1) 
         God's activity in which he accomplished the Virgin Conception and 
         Virgin Birth is describable in terms of natural created processes.  
         (2) Jesus' conception, gestation, and birth were parthenogenetic.  
         (3) Nonsexual God was incarnated into the human race as a female.  
         (4) Jesus was not only conceived as a female but remained 
         chromosomally such throughout life.  (5) Through the natural 
         process of sex reversal Jesus became male, not instead of female 
         but as well as female, assuming the phenotype of a man while 
         retaining the chromosomal badge of a woman.  (6) Thus Jesus was 
         born and lived as the androgynous Christ."] 
    
    Larkin, (Christopher) Purusha Androgyne.  The Divine Androgyne: According 
         to Purusha: Adventures in Cosmic Erotic Ecstasy and Androgyne 
         Bodyconsciousness.  California: Sanctuary, 1981.  Self-published 
         hardback.  [about spirituality and sexuality for gay males, really]
    
    Lind, Earl [aka Ralph Werther, aka Jennie June].  Ed. with introduction, 
         by Alfred W. Herzog.  Autobiography of an Androgyne.  New York: 
         Medico-legal Journal, 1918.  [see also Werther, Ralph.  The book's 
         two sequels are The Female-Impersonators and The Riddle of The 
         Underworld, the latter of which was never published.]
    
    Lind, Earl.  Ed. with introduction, by Alfred W. Herzog.  Autobiography 
         of an Androgyne.  New York: Arno Press, 1975.  Also, Ayer Co. Pub., 
         September 1975, with an ISBN: 040507400X  [see also Werther, Ralph.
         The book's two sequels are The Female-Impersonators and The Riddle 
         of The Underworld, the latter of which was never published.]
     
    Lind, Earl.  Autobiography of an Androgyne.  Amsterdam, The Netherlands:
         Fredonia Books, June 2005.  ISBN 1410108805 paperback
    
    Mann, John H.  Divine Androgyny.  Portal Press, 1999.  Paperback, 143 pp. 
         ISBN-10: 0967436109 
    
    Neusner, Jacob.  Androgynous Judaism: Masculine and Feminine in the Dual 
         Torah.  Macon, GA: Mercer University Press, 1993.  ISBN 086554428X 
         hardback
    
    Powell, Victor.  Christ, Androgyny and the New Humanity.  APS Publishing, 
         June 30, 2004.  ISBN-10: 1903877237 ISBN-13: 978-1903877234 
         Paperback: 96 pp. 
    
    Purusha.  See: Larkin, (Christopher) Purusha Androgyne.
    
    Werther, Ralph [aka Ralph Werther, aka Jennie June].  Ed. with introduction, 
         by Alfred W. Herzog.  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 ...   New York: The 
         Medico-Legal Journal, 1922.  [sequel to Autobiography of an Androgyne, 
         by Earl Lind.  Followed by The Riddle of the Underworld, which was 
         never published.  See also Lind, Earl.]
    
    Werther, Ralph.  Ed. with introduction, by Alfred W. Herzog.  The 
         female-impersonators.  New York: Arno Press, 1975 [c1922].  Also, 
         Ayer Co. Pub. Reprint edition, June 1975.  ISBN 0405073585  [sequel to 
         Autobiography of an Androgyne, by Earl Lind.  Followed by The Riddle 
         of the Underworld, which was never published.  See also Lind, Earl.]
     
    Werther, Ralph.  The Riddle of the Underworld.  [Never published, but in an 
         article named "Lost transgender memoir from 1921 discovered by Drexel 
         researcher," dated October 13, 2010, it was revealed that a significant 
         amount of the original manuscript had been found by Dr. Randall Sell, a 
         professor at the Drexel University School of Public Health.  A complete 
         transcription of the fragmented text, as rendered by Ted Faigle, manager, 
         Drexel University School of Public Health's Program for LGBT Health, was 
         posted on http://www.OutHistory.org on Monday, October 11, 2010.]
    
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    Books that mention Stephe and/or Androgyne Online | back to top

     
    the cover of the Fenway Guide to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Health
    Fenway Guide to Lesbian, Gay,
    Bisexual and Transgender Health

    by Harvey J. Makadon, ed. (2007)

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    the cover of Transgender Voices: Beyond Women and Men
    Transgender Voices:
    Beyond Women and Men

    by Lori B. Girshick (2008)

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    the cover of The Lives of Transgender People
    The Lives of
    Transgender People

    by Genny Beemyn (2011)

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    Beemyn, Genny and Susan Rankin.  The Lives of Transgender People.  NY, NY: 
         Columbia University Press, November 15, 2011.  Paperback: 248 pages.
         ISBN-10: 0231143079  ISBN-13: 978-0231143073  [Stephe Feldman of 
         Androgyne Online is obliquely quoted on p. 62 and pictured on p. 14.]
    
    Beemyn, Genny and Susan Rankin.  The Lives of Transgender People.  NY, NY: 
         Columbia University Press, November 22, 2011.  Hardcover: 248 pages.
         ISBN-10: 0231143060  ISBN-13: 978-0231143066
    
    Girshick, Lori B.  Transgender Voices: Beyond Women and Men.  Lebanon, NH: 
         UPNE (University Press of New England), April 30, 2008.  Hardcover: 208 
         pages.  ISBN-10: 158465645X  ISBN-13: 978-1584656456  [Stephe Feldman 
         of Androgyne Online is referred to on p. 106, quoted on pp. 16 and 
         110-111, and pictured on p. 112.]
    
    Makadon, Harvey J., Kenneth H. Mayer, Jennifer Potter, and Hilary Goldhammer, 
         eds.  Fenway Guide to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Health.  
         Philadelphia, PA: American College of Physicians, October 31, 2007.  
         Paperback: 544 pp.  ISBN 10: 1-930513-95-X  ISBN 13: 978-1-930513-95-2 
         [Stephe Feldman of Androgyne Online is referred to on p. 342 and is 
         quoted on pp. 333 (with Note 4 about Components of Gender on p. 361).]
         Note: The entirety of Chapter 12: Introduction to Transgender Identity 
         and Health (pp. 331-363) is viewable online for free in PDF format, 
         provided as a sample chapter from the publisher.
    
    


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