Hung Jury: Testimonies of Genital Surgery by Transsexual Men


Zander Keig notes:

Hung Jury is the first book of personal testimonies focusing exclusively on FTM genital surgery and the important ways it changes our lives. Contributors write about the details and ups and downs of this transformative journey and dispel many myths and misinformation.  They provide an in depth, understanding of the surgical, social, sexual, somatic, spiritual, and
psychological aspects.

Hung Jury appeals to readers from all walks of life. For those considering genitoplasty the book is a valuable resource of information for dealing with the ins/outs and ups/downs of surgery, how to decide which surgery is best for your needs, what to expect in the journey, and how to take care of yourself and optimize surgical results. For others who are curious, including the general public, you will be educated and enlightened about one of the most transformative experiences of female-to-male transitioning. Clinicians, therapists, and partners of trans men seeking genitoplasty will also gain tremendous insight and understanding of the emotional, psychological, and somatic factors underlying and motivating our journey down this path.

Author Bio:
Trystan Cotten is a long-time activist in the LGBT movement and Associate Professor of Gender and African American Studies at California State University, Stanislaus. His researches and teaches on gender, sexuality, race/ethnicity, sexuality in the geopolitics of transnational capitalism. Trystan is also the Founder and Managing Editor of Transgress Press, a social entrepreneurial publishing firm devoted to empowering communities of trans and queer experience. His most recent publications are: Hung Jury: Testimonies of Genital Surgery by Transsexual Men and Transgender Migrations: The Bodies, Borders, and Politics of Transition.

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