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"Thought-provoking...profound....Combines the combustible power of a keen intellect with powerful conviction and ethical courage." -American Scientist
Joan Roughgarden is Professor of Biological Sciences at Stanford University. She is the author of several books, including Evolution and Christian Faith: Reflections of an Evolutionary Biologist and The Genial Gene: Deconstructing Darwinian Selfishness (UC Press).
Table of Contents
|Preface to the 2009 Edition||p. ix|
|Introduction: Diversity Denied||p. 1|
|Sex and Diversity||p. 13|
|Sex versus Gender||p. 22|
|Sex within Bodies||p. 30|
|Sex Roles||p. 43|
|Two-Gender Families||p. 49|
|Multiple-Gender Families||p. 75|
|Female Choice||p. 106|
|Same-Sex Sexuality||p. 127|
|The Theory of Evolution||p. 159|
|An Embryonic Narrative||p. 185|
|Sex Determination||p. 196|
|Sex Differences||p. 207|
|Gender Identity||p. 238|
|Sexual Orientation||p. 245|
|Psychological Perspectives||p. 262|
|Disease versus Diversity||p. 280|
|Genetic Engineering versus Diversity||p. 306|
|Two-Spirits, Mahu, and Hijras||p. 329|
|Transgender in Historical Europe and the Middle East||p. 352|
|Sexual Relations in Antiquity||p. 367|
|Tomboi, Vestidas, and Guevedoche||p. 377|
|Trans Politics in the United States||p. 387|
|Appendix: Policy Recommendations||p. 401|
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