Georgetown Peabody Library

Uncomfortable labels, my life as a gay autistic trans woman, Laura Kate Dale - paperback

Summary
In this candid memoir, Laura Kate Dale recounts what life is like growing up as a gay trans woman on the autism spectrum. From struggling with sensory processing and learning social cues and feminine presentation, through to coming out as trans during an autistic meltdown, Laura draws on her personal experiences from life prior to transition and diagnosis, through to the years of self-discovery, to give a unique insight into the nuances of sexuality, gender, and autism, and how they intersect
Language
eng
Literary form
non fiction
Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 189-190)
Physical description
190 pages, 20 cm
ISBN
9781785925870

Library Locations

  • Georgetown Peabody Library

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