June 15, 2014
An Inner Roadmap of Gender Transformation, Book, Gender Identity
In her latest book, Dr. Lee Ann P. Etscovitz, a marriage and family therapist specializing in LGBTQ issues, takes an unflinching look at her personal struggles with gender identity.
… I asked myself how long I could possibly go on living with my particular life-long secret, namely, my gender confusion. How long could I continue to hide it? How long could I deny myself the gender fulfillment which only I could bring about and which the precariousness of life could deny me before I ever acted?
Etcovitz’s book is available for preview and sale on Amazon.com and will be available for Kindle readers in July 2014.
May 3, 2012
On the surface, I Dreamt I was in Heaven is a fictional retelling of a true story of the American West: In the waning days of what was called “Indian Territory,” the multi-racial, teenaged Rufus Buck Gang embarked on a vicious, childish, and deadly 13-day rampage that shocked even that lawless place. Their goal was to take back Native American lands.
What makes the novel especially captivating, however, is how it distills a racial ideology that still affects life in the U.S. today. If you’ve ever wondered how evil and good can coexist in the American racial conscience, then this book, by Leonce Gaiter, is worthy of consideration.
To read opening chapters from the book at the author’s website, click here.