HEorSHE by Vicky Lee
The view is better when you’re on the fence!
The truly outstanding quality of 1000s of pictures and the high standard of contributions to this 200 page, full colour, glossy book, combined with the experience, wit and candid writing of Vicky Lee herself, make this a book, that any one remotely interested in the subject, must have. Here are some examples of the pages in the book …
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Vicky has now distilled her well qualified thoughts and advice into her new book HEorSHE? subtitled “The view is better when your on the fence”. This subtitle is in reference to Vicky’s belief that the duality of being transgendered provides an enhanced life experience – if you let it. In her book Vicky first answers many of the hardest questions – starting with a discussion about why it appears so important to ask when a baby is born, is it a He or She?
Vicky goes on to explore why some people cross-dress and the terminology used to discuss the phenomena? Why some people are transgendered? How long has this been going on? and is there a cure? In each section of the book Vicky adds relevant autobiography to support her conclusions and to further provide balance includes other peoples biography contributions. Vicky includes in her book, profiles of organisations and services that support those that cross-dress and are transgendered.
She gives her own advice on how to feminize the body and form an image that works with the way your mind works. She includes advice on sharing this image and this part of your character with others from close friends and family to like minded others in social situations.
Vicky discusses the variety of ways that relationships can stay functional around a transgendered person, with more contributions from contributors and more of Vicky’s own auto biography.
Vicky does not shy away from discussing the sexuality options that being transgendered offers, while making it clear that she believes that sexuality and gender are two very separate issues and in no way need to be connected.