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Stevens, J. (2001). Doubling …. Gender and Psychoanalysis, 6(2):159-168.

(2001). Gender and Psychoanalysis, 6(2):159-168

Doubling …

Jennifer Stevens

As described in her autobiographical material, Jennifer Stevens challenges current concepts of gender and diagnosis. Although she calls herself transgendered, she nevertheless does not see herself as being transsexual or transvestite. Perhaps the termbigendered is more appropriate for her. Now a grandparent, she sees her life ahead in terms of continued growth [Editor' Note].

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