ABSTRACT

In this book, the author describes patients with marked abberrations in their masculinity and feminity--primarily transsexuals, transvestites and patients with marked biological abnormalities of their sex - in order to find clues to gender development in more normal people.

part Part I|85 pages

Patients with Biological Abnormalities

chapter Chapter 1|14 pages

Biological Substrates of Sexual Behavior

chapter Chapter 2|7 pages

The Intersexed Patient with Normal Gender Identity

chapter Chapter 3|5 pages

The Disruption of Established Gender Identity

chapter Chapter 4|10 pages

The Hermaphroditic Identity of Hermaphrodites

chapter Chapter 5|11 pages

The Sense of Maleness

chapter Chapter 6|15 pages

The Sense of Femaleness

chapter Chapter 7|21 pages

A Biological Force in Gender Identity?

part Part II|141 pages

Patients Without Biological Abnormalities

chapter Chapter 8|19 pages

Male Childhood Transsexualism

chapter Chapter 9|18 pages

The Mother’s Contribution to Boyhood Transsexualism

chapter Chapter 10|5 pages

Artistic Ability and Boyhood Femininity

chapter Chapter 11|10 pages

Etiological Factors in Adult Male Transsexualism

chapter Chapter 12|13 pages

The Transsexual’s Denial of Homosexuality

chapter Chapter 13|9 pages

Identity, Homosexuality, and Paranoidness

chapter Chapter 14|7 pages

A Feminine Man: a Control Case

chapter Chapter 15|6 pages

A Bisexual Mother: a Control Case

chapter Chapter 16|18 pages

Differential Diagnosis: Transvestism and Transsexualism

chapter Chapter 17|12 pages

Female (Versus Male) Transvestism

chapter Chapter 18|12 pages

Transvestites’ Women

chapter Chapter 19|10 pages

Bondage and Cross-Dressing

part Part III|45 pages

Aspects of Treatment

chapter Chapter 21|14 pages

The Treatment of Transvestism and Transsexualism

chapter Chapter 22|7 pages

Moral Issues in Sex-Transformation Procedures

chapter Chapter 23|12 pages

Conclusion