Paper Genders by Walt Heyer
Paper Genders debunks the glowing promises of gender change surgery and exposes the heart-breaking story of suicide and wrecked lives that the advocates would prefer to keep hidden.
paperback; 130 pages
This insightful book is a heart-breaking account of the exploitation of gender confusion...Heyer's personal story reaffirms the critical importance of rearing children in a natural, nurturing home with a mother and father who support and defend their children's basic right to their biological gender and heterosexual identity. Judith A Reisman, PhD