Entering Transmasculinity is a holistic study of the intersecting and overlapping discourses that shape transgender identities. In the book, matthew heinz offers an examination of mediated and experienced transmasculine subjectivities and aims to capture the apparent contradictions that structure transmasculine experience, perception, and identification. From the relationship between transmasculinity’s emancipatory potential and its simultaneously homogenizing implications, to issues of gender-queerness, sexual minorities, normativity, and fatherhood, Entering Transmasculinity is the first book to synthesize these disparate areas of academic study in the context of digital constructions of the transmasculine self.
matthew heinz is dean of the Faculty of Social and Applied Sciences and professor in the School of Communication and Culture at Royal Roads University in Victoria, British Columbia.
The Transmasculine Patient
Finding One's (Male) Self
A Man's Man
'This is a good book and makes a timely intervention into the study of trans*
identities.' – Rohit K Dasgupta, University of Southampton
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