Boy I Am
Exploring Female-to-Male Transgender Experiences

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In NYC in 2003 Julie Hollar and I were caught in between two worlds that we staunchly identified with: Trans men and Dykes. For us they were inextricably linked. For others they were sites of betrayal and rejection. Boy I Am explores that tense juncture through the lens of race, class, ...Read more

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