Transgender Jurisprudence: Dysphoric Bodies of Law

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Cavendish, 2002 - Law - 229 pages
This work aims to move beyond liberal law reform to interrogate the transgender/law relation in a sustained and critical manner. Its concern is to map contemporary legal regulation of transgender bodies within a common law tradition. The specific focus is upon ideas of transgender that define the terms of this regime.

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