I wish I had read this book sooner. In Today S Fast Paced World, The Internet Can Provide Quick Answers To Personal Questions But When An Individual Raised By Society To Live, Breathe And Look At The World With Female Eyes Transitions To Male, Some Of The Most Enlightening, Helpful And Profound Advice Can Only Come In Retrospect Letter To My Brothers, Features Essays From Respected Transmen Mentors Who Share The Wisdom They Wish They Would Have Known At The Beginning Of Their Journey Into Manhood % Of The Proceeds Are Donated To The FtM Mentors Project Of TransMentors International I have read many books on transition and this one is my favorite The book is compromised of several guys perspective on transition FTM , what their experience was like, reactions from others, etc One thing I love about the book is that you can read it cover to cover or you can jump around Some letters are a few pages and some are longer If you are someone that has a hard time finishing a book, this one will definitely keep your attention because each perspective is so different As someone in the early stages of transition, this book gave me the most amount of information in a short period of time and put many of my thoughts and feelings into words After reading this book, I realize I am not alone I would highly recommend this to any FTM no matter where they are in transition or to any of their family, friends, therapists, supporters, etc. See Exceptional transitional wisdom by FTMs for FTMs but gender really isn t the issue It s a book ALL transfolk should read and without doubt will enjoy. Excellent book Gives enormous insight into the transitional experience of transmen.
Megan M Rohrer the pastor of Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church and Executive Director of Welcome a communal response to poverty in San Francisco, CA Pastor Rohrer was a 2014 honorable mention as an Unsung Hero of Compassion by His Holiness the Dalai Lama, received an Honorary Doctorate from Palo Alto University, was presented a medal of tolerance by the King of Tallo in Indonesia, won an Award
- 157 pages
- Letters for My Brothers
- Megan M. Rohrer
- 08 December 2018 Megan M. Rohrer