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Goldner, V. (2011). Transgender Subjectivities: Introduction to Papers by Goldner, Suchet, Saketopoulou, Hansbury, Salamon & Corbett, and Harris. Psychoanal. Dial., 21(2):153-158.

(2011). Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 21(2):153-158

Transgender Subjectivities: Introduction to Papers by Goldner, Suchet, Saketopoulou, Hansbury, Salamon & Corbett, and Harris

Virginia Goldner, Ph.D.

This issue of Psychoanalytic Dialogues takes up transgender subjectivities in all of their dimensionality and complications. The papers grapple with the theoretical paradox of trans, how it both queers gender and ratifies it, while also documenting the struggles of trans persons who are trying to navigate those contradictions so as to lead a livable life. When the bodymind (Dimen, 2000) is at war with itself, there is torment. As gatekeepers, the authors of these papers consider how, and when, it is the body that has to give way.

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