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A Biography of Christine Jorgensen offers a more studied examination of the state of transsexuality than most biographies offer An excellent guide for college-level holdings specializing in alternative social issues. Donovan, The Midwest Book Review. Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Discover the remarkable woman behind the legend. Christine Jorgensen was a major contributor to the unfolding of the so-called sexual revolution in America. A Biography of Christine Jorgensen is the story of one courageous individual overcoming personal and social barriers, enduring the difficult compromises that needed to be made, and the ultimate realization of goals.
The appearance and characteristics of cross dressers are also discussed, as well as their lifestyles are contrasted with transsexual persons. A Biography of Christine Jorgensen explores: A Biography of Christine Jorgensen is eye-opening, thought-provoking reading perfect for transsexuals and prospective transsexuals; those who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, or as cross dressers; mental health professionals; sociologists; educators; students; social workers; civil rights attorneys; and cultural anthropologists.
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Don't have a Kindle? Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. No study on the subject of gender dysphoria could be complete without referencing the account of the transsexual whose sex change shocked America in the early s. Christine Jorgensen in her memoir, "Christine Jorgensen, a Personal Autobiography ," outlined her journey from George to Christine.
Jorgensen was one of the first individuals of the modern era to undergo what was in the s commonly termed a "sex change operation. On the cover of the paper was a photo of an attractive young woman waving to the cameras as she exited a transatlantic flight in New York.
While in Denmark, she had undergone a radical and experimental operation to turn her into a woman. The story went on to describe the history and process of how the former Army private George Jorgensen was transformed into Christine. From a young age the article described, George had felt as if he was really a "female trapped in a male body.
On the advice of friends, he traveled to Copenhagen where he met Dr. Hamburger learned in his examination and subsequent interviews with his patient eventually led him to perform the surgery that transformed George into Christine. The Christine Jorgensen story told a tale of overcoming the shame of the "abnormality" of having been born in the wrong body.
It provided an inspiration for many midth Century gender dysphoria suffers and a legacy that continues to today. What would it mean to be actually able do something about a problem of this magnitude? Christine Jorgensen had placed the importance of her own personal happiness above all else.
From what depths did such tremendous courage flow? In the Christine Jorgensen account, gender dysphoric boys heard the word "transsexual" for the first time. In so doing, many found a niche, an explanation, a hope for the future and a direction.
Docter, PhD is a book I had long wanted to read. However, I had not done so because I thought it to be too pricey. When I became aware that it could be "rented" for a short time at a fraction of the selling price, I downloaded it immediately. After all, it is now about 62 years since Christine made those newspaper headlines for her gender transition and she remains a legend, role model and a seminal figure to the transgender community.
When you think about it, the ground she broke in her transition from a male to female gender role has significantly impacted all of us, not just those of us who are transgender.
It stands as an amazing tale describing how a single event has forever changed our world view concerning sex, gender roles and the bi-gender system. The impact of what Christine did back then continues to evolve, and like the ripples in a pond, will go on and on. For as long as there is a bi-gender system and there are people who from an early age, have the idea or thought that they were born in the wrong body, there will be gender dysphoria.
On balance I found the Docter biography to be a worthwhile and well-researched read that brought me back to the 's and my first realization that one need not remain categorized in the wrong sex for the rest of their life. And although this account provided a good amount of interesting and missing information about the life of Christine Jorgenson, it was not without its faults.
There was a tendency to provide excessive and unimportant information to the reader. The author also gave way too much data about some meaningless things such as sales receipts and income statements, and did so in the minutest detail.
I thought that such areas could have easily been condensed and his points made more concisely. Although extremely well researched, this biography also had a propensity toward redundancy. Refreshingly though, I found it to be nicely proofread and relative free of grammatical mistakes.
Because of my interest in Christine's story, I stuck with it to the end and I'm glad that I did. However, the repetition and fixation on triviality left me with the weird sensation that the author might have been paid by the page. Lastly, and probably in part because of Christine's own secretiveness, this work left more questions unanswered than it answered. It's not the author's fault, but we probably will never know about many of the intimate parts of Christine's life.
There were many hypotheses and projections drawn about her motivations, possible love interests and other areas of behavior, but because of the dearth of available facts, not many definitive conclusions can be formulated, although the author made some valiant attempts to try.
One thing that emerges clearly from this book is that Christine, in addition to grappling with her gender identity issues, was also consumed by the excesses of substance abuse through alcohol and nicotine addiction. Her self-destructive behavior in this area, her propensity toward poor decision making, her variable and volatile mood swings, her fixation on friending the great and the near great and her willingness to cut people off at the knees if she felt even slightly betrayed or disagreed with, begs the question, "was she also driven by some other overriding issue such as Narcissism or Borderline Personality Disorder?
One person found this helpful. I've long felt it was high time someone wrote a comprehensive biography of Christine Jorgensen. As the book itself says, many people under thirty, including the transgendered, have never heard of Jorgensen.
When I was growing up she was usually the punchline to a joke. As a teenager I read her autobiography which I now learn was ghostwritten by someone else but Jorgensen was not the most honest or forthcoming celebrity. Dockter's new book is really quite good, covering a lot of territory in her unusual life. My only complaint was that the last chapters seemed rushed, and her ultimate death in was handled very quickly and unsatisfyingly.
But the rest of it was detailed and thoughtful, with some interesting surprises along the way. Jorgensen would probably be horrified by the secrets revealed but would also be glad that her mystique lingers on, nearly 20 years after her death. The definitive reader for anyone interested in Christine Jorgensen and her fascinating transformation.
As a visionary and least common denominator in the world of Transgender her story is compelling. Her genesis required a daunting personal advocacy which most would have abandoned in its infancy. This is a fascinating story and a "great read". I have been waiting for a long time for a book on christine jorgensen to surface other than the one she wrote with a ghost writer in Little did I know that this book was released in I thoroughly enjoyed all of this sort of tell al the book focuses on christines ups and celebrity upon being greeted at the airport in asmthe new christine leaving george behind and the downs along the way..
She had arrived and had to break through lots of adversity, ridicule, and scrutiny. Her sex change made her the model for many transsexuals who followed in her footstep however primitive by what the surgery has advanced to todays medical, professionals. Unfortunately after a life in the spotlight as a performer there were the downside which came not too soon. Her demise caused by excessive smoking and alcohol as documented in the book seemed to rush through the pages. To the authors credit he did the best he could to telll her story with what limited resource people were willing to share and with what he had to work with.
Christine jorgensen was and will always be the trailblazer for the transsexual movment and this book sets the record straight for the life that shocked the world in Christine becoming a woman get a thumbs up. Thank you richard docter for writing and enlightenjng us on the life of a fortured human being who took steps to correct her physical and mental well being. Although I am not sure she would be happy with all of the details that have finally been revealed, but christine was a public figure in every sense of the word.
I like that mink coat Jorgensen was photographed wearing on the cover of this book, over the years I've seen many other photos of her in it so I guess she liked it too!!! I really enjoyed some of the general history you get along with her story. I had no idea night club players could make so much money in the pre-TV era. It's really amazing that she was always able to project such a calm serene demeanor when all around her was chaos.
This lady invented grace under fire. Grace under fire while wearing a full length mink. See all 6 reviews. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Learn more about Amazon Prime. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Get to Know Us.
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