This book is unique for a non-fiction book. It approaches the reader as an “create-your-own-adventure” book. It takes the reader on a gender journey through life and ha smany different scenarios and outcomes. This could be a great introductory book to younger people who are just beginning to learn about gender and how it coincides with society. Even for someone who isn’t transgender or questioning, I still feel it could be a very fun read. Not to mention educational as well!— Jules Wagner
An accessible guide for learning about gender identity for those questioning their own genders, generally curious about gender, or interested in better understanding someone else's identity.
If you've ever questioned the logic of basing an entire identity around what you have between your legs, it's time to embark on a daring escape outside of the binary box. Written in a choose-your-own path style, you'll explore over one hundred different scenarios that embrace nearly every definition of gender around the globe and throughout history in a refreshingly creative exploration of the ways gender colors and shapes our world.
In She/He/They/Me, Dr. Robyn Ryle, professor of sociology and gender studies at Hanover College in Indiana, thoughtfully discusses gender constructs, expectations, and transitions along with covering everything from the science, biology, and psychology of gender to the philosophy, legality and societal implications.
This is a must-read for better understanding and celebrating LGBTQ+, nonbinary, and transgender identities and a great resource for parents of gender queer kids.
Praise for She/He/They/Me:
An engaging, choose-your-own-adventure-style guide to gender that encourages readers to travel down paths with which they may not be familiar. These guided thought experiments are opportunities to consider just how strongly our gender assignments influence our daily lives.--Psychology Today
Light and accessible, this is a smart and streamlined journey through the nuances of gender identity.--Booklist