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EX-G.I. becomes blonde beauty. Fifteen years ago, a slender young woman stepped off a plane from Denmark to be greeted by howling reporters and an outraged American public. The woman, Christine Jorgensen, had been born a male and after living as a shy, effeminate young man for twenty four years, had been surgigally transformed into a woman ...
For Christine, the transformation signalled the end of a tortured search for sexual identity. For the press and public, however, "George-Christine" became America"s No. 1 topic of conversation.
Now in a daring, intimate and courageous autobiography, Christine Jorgensen sets the record straight - answering all the questions, correcting the misconceptions, and describing with remarkable candor, the reasons for and the results of her astonishing sexual change.
|Statement||with an introduction by Harry Benjamin.|
|LC Classifications||RC560.C4 J6 1968x|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 300 p. :|
|Number of Pages||300|
|LC Control Number||67021524|
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In her book, ''Christine Jorgensen: A Personal Biography,'' published in Christine Jorgensen, American who captured international headlines in the early s as the first person in the United States to undergo a successful gender-reassignment operation.
From an early age, Jorgensen was tormented by feelings of being a woman trapped inside a man’s body. Jorgensen served. Check out this great listen on In George Jorgensen, an American man of 26, left for Denmark and returned a year later as the first world-renowned transsexual, Christine Jorgensen.
In her own personable style, Jorgensen offers a firsthand account of her ground-breaking life. ". Everyone who knew Chrissy will remember her as a sunny, loving girl. She left us peacefully on Saturday, J after a very short illness at age Chrissy had an amazing life, raised by parents who had the unusual ability to let her be herself.
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In George Jorgensen, an American man of 26, left for Denmark and returned a year later as the first world-renowned transsexual, Christine Jorgensen. In her own personable style, Jorgensen offers a firsthand account of her ground-breaking life.
"Nature made a mistake," she wrote, "which I Author: Christine Jorgensen. Christine Jorgensen’s autobiography was published ina half century before former Olympic athlete and reality TV star Catilyn Jenner’s book hit the shelves on Ap Born inJorgensen became a media sensation on December 1,when the New York Post ran a dramatic headline: “Ex-GI Becomes Blonde Beauty: Operations Transform Bronx.
Christine Jorgensen sex reassignment was among the first of its kind. The former Army Private from the Bronx had gone to Copenhagen, Denmark in as a tourist. When he returned to his home in the United States he was no longer George. Instead with extended hormone therapy treatments and the Brand: Robert Grey Reynolds, Jr.
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Christine Jorgensen was born as George Jorgensen Jr. on to parents George Jorgensen and Florence Davis Hansen Jorgensen in the Bronx. She was born into a Danish-American family and was raised with the help of a close-knit extended family (Meyerowitz, 53).
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1) Book: A Personal Autobiography by Christine Jorgensen with personal ink inscription TO ROD THANK YOU FOR JOINING ME AT LUNCH CHRISTINE JORGENSENst edition hardcover book with dust jacket. Christine Jorgensen was a major contributor to the unfolding of the so-called sexual revolution in America. Becoming a Woman: A Biography of Christine Jorgensen is the story of one courageous individual overcoming personal and social barriers, enduring the difficult compromises that needed to be made, and the ultimate realization of by: 5.
Long out of print, Christine Jorgensen: A Personal Autobiography has remained a vital, if hard to find, resource for those questioning their gender.
The book has recently been rereleased by Cleis Press, complete with previously unpublished photos and a new introduction by historian Susan Stryker.
I had read Jorgensen's book and this is a great reissue of her very polite autobiography originally published in Susan Stryker's introduction adds a great deal of insight into Christine as she truly was: ambitious,tough,witty, and truly talented.4/5(17).
New York native Christine Jorgensen was born George William Jorgensen Jr., and fought in the U.S. Army, during World War II. After her service, she travelled to Denmark and underwent a. Jorgensen is working on yet another book--"this one is going to tell all "--and would like to find a U.S. distributor for a Dutch-made documentary film on transsexuals, lesbians and female.
Christine Jorgensen refused to be drawn on the details of her new anatomy, or how closely it resembled that of a naturally born woman, but in interviews she did touch on the subject in general terms.
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Becoming a Woman: A Biography of Christine Jorgensen provides fascinating insights about the woman who opened doors—and minds—on behalf of sexual minorities. This book chronicles Christine’s drive, ability to solve problems, immense determination, and just plain luck as she transformed herself into her true gender—and reveals facets of.
Christine Jorgensen Biography, Life, Interesting Facts Childhood and Early Life. Christine Jorgensen was born George William Jorgensen in the Bronx, New York on the 30 May to Florence Davis Hansen and George William Jorgensen Sr.
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The former Army Private from the Bronx had gone to Copenhagen, Denmark in as a tourist. When he returned to his home in the United States he was no longer : Robert Grey Reynolds, Jr. Christine Jorgensen in the Postwar U.S. Christine Jorgensen entered the public eye in Decembervia the New York Daily News.
The front-page headline read, "Ex-GI Becomes Blonde Beauty Operations Transform Bronx Youth," and the story inside told of her medical treatments in Denmark and her "sex-conversion" from man to woman (1).
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