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Are there any besides:

Trans by Helen Joyce Material Girl by Kathleen Stock Irreversible Damage by Abigail Shrier

Any others??

Also, I know nothing about children's books. I recall there's a book out there titled something like "My Body, Myself" or something like that? Can someone please tell me the correct title?

What other children's books are out there?

Are there any besides: Trans by Helen Joyce Material Girl by Kathleen Stock Irreversible Damage by Abigail Shrier Any others?? Also, I know nothing about children's books. I recall there's a book out there titled something like "My Body, Myself" or something like that? Can someone please tell me the correct title? What other children's books are out there?

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The Transsexual Empire (1979) & Doublethink: A Feminist Challenge to Transgenderism (2021) by Janice Raymond

Gender Hurts by Sheila Jeffreys

Female Erasure: What You Need To Know About Gender Politics' War on Women, the Female Sex and Human Rights, edited by Ruth Barrett

Inventing Transgender Children and Young People, edited by Michele Moore and Heather Brunskell-Evans

The Abolition of Sex by Kara Dansky

Unsporting: How Trans Activism and Science Denial are Destroying Sport by Linda Blade

Annals of the Terf Wars & Other Writings by Jane Clare Jones

Gender-Critical Feminism by Holly Lawford-Smith

Born in the Right Body by Isidora Sanger (@ lascapigliata on Twitter)

Defending Women's Spaces by Karen Ingala Smith

I believe the children's book you're referring to is Rachel Rooney's My Body Is Me! .

There's more in the Spinifex Press' Gender Critical Pack: https://www.spinifexpress.com.au/collections/p/the-gender-critical-collection A few more (possibly) GC books are coming out this year as well, including Hannah Barnes' Time to Think: The Inside Story of the Collapse of the Tavistock’s Gender Service for Children and Victoria Smith's Hags.

I recommend Doublethink: A Feminist Challenge to Transgenderism. It's totally under-hyped.

Great list! I didn’t care much for Kara Dansky’s book. It wasn’t very well written. Although I’m sure she made some great points, I can’t for the life of me remember a single one. But I highly recommend Gender Critical Feminism by Holly Lawford-Smith, even though I don’t necessarily agree that we should abandon the “radical feminist” moniker (mostly because it sounds cool). She has a great breakdown of feminist history and different schools of thought within the women’s movement. I preordered the paperback of Defending Women’s Spaces a while ago and it should be here in the next few days. I’m excited to read it!

My Body is Me! By Rachel Rooney https://www.transgendertrend.com/product/my-body-is-me/

I want to order a bunch of copies and stick them in the neighborhood Little Libraries. As well as donate them to brick and mortar libraries. I don’t even have kids and I’ll be keeping a copy in case I ever do.

Spinning and Weaving: Radical Feminism for the 21st Century (ed. Elizabeth Miller)

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"Sex and Gender: An Introductory Guide" by Phoebe Rose is great for older kids. Bought this for my teen, and it's really upbeat and informative.

Loads of good suggestions already but I would also recommend The Madness of Crowds by Douglas Murray which has a large section on gender and how we got were we are; and also The New Puritans: How the Religion of Social Justice Captured the Western World by Andrew Doyle the comedian who does Free Speech Nation on GB News and has been brilliant giving air time to Helen Joyce, Sarah Phillimore, Dennis Kavanah and others.

An anthology of peak stories was recently published - Transpositions: Personal Journeys into Gender Criticism

Gender Critical Feminism by Holly Lawford-Smith

Then all the older ones by folks like Raymond and Jeffreys.

There's a good children's book about a wolf in sheep's clothing--Brad is a Wolf by Mai Smith https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B091DYSJHQ/ref=ppxyodtbsearchasintitle?ie=UTF8&psc=1

My Body Myself is correct. Great Book. Also, The sister is powerful is out of print but I believe there is a new one along those lines called the sisterhood is global an anthology by Robin Morgan. who also put together the sisterhood is powerful.

There used to be a bunch of books compiled into a reading list, but the website got taken down a few months ago.