Redefining Realness: My Path to Womanhood, Identity, Love & So Much More
Publish date: February 4th 2014
Publisher: Atria Books
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
, Gender Studies
This is an amazing book. I absolutely loved it. Janet Mock is an inspiring individual. I loved her honesty in this book. She is not afraid to point out her own mistakes. I liked how she told the story from her perspective at the time, then added insight as she reflected on the situation as an adult....
I had heard of Janet Mock but had not gotten around to reading her book. I knew it was going to be good after reading the first chapter or two at the bookstore and I'm glad to see that it panned out all the way through. Although I had read a few other memoirs by transgender people, I thought this wa...
I read Redefining Realness in May 2014 while on vacation, but haven’t taken the time to write down my feelings on it until now, over 4 months later. I had a plethora of feelings while reading this memoir. How do I critique someone’s life story and how they choose to tell it? In truth, I can’t and I ...
I’ve been interested in this book ever since hearing Janet Mock talk on The Colbert Report (segment here). I loved her willingness to laugh at herself, her attempts to focus the disconcerting Colbert, her willingness to articulate identity issues on a show that specializes in sarcasm. Only in her la...
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