Gender Fraud

Gender Fraud - ebook by Peg Tittle

I hope that ‘gender recognition’ legislation, which reveals a failure to differentiate between sex and gender and, with respect to sex, a denial of the definitive role of chromosomes, will soon be repealed.

I fear that this horror story will take its place.

 

Magenta 2020

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Available in various eformats (Kindle, Kobo, NookBook, iBook).  Also available in print, at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Chapters/Indigo, Book Depository, Bookshop, and quite possibly wherever you buy your books online.

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“The book description says ‘I fear this horror story will take its place’ [and] indeed a horror story it is. And I feel it is already starting. … I found Gender Fraud: a fiction gripping to read … the discussions between the characters. … Kat is a likable, relatable, and extremely intelligent character …” Katya, Goodreads 4/5

“I know [Gender Fraud: a fiction] might create a controversy for trans-women, but I don’t want to go there, because this was not the message I got from reading it. … It’s about hundreds of years of women being subordinated. There is this standardised image of women that our society promotes. The consumerism society pushes women to buy all sorts of make-up to look better, to hide their age, to not feel comfortable in their own skin. … You need to wear this in order to be attractive to the opposite sex. Everything is made in coordination with men’s needs. No doubt they are behind all this industry.  As a photographer and having studied poses in women portraiture, you easily come to the conclusion they were created by men. Every pose either expresses fragility or sensuality. Rarely, some photographers decide to break the rules. However, most women like posing in this way, so I guess the programming worked pretty well. Also, as a woman, you should be quiet, not correct anyone, especially not a man. You should always smile and feel happy. If you fail to do these, you are sanctioned in a way or another. …
   I enjoyed the dialogue between Kat and Dell (a transman) and her answers to the psychiatrist’s questions were ace.  … Overall, I quite enjoyed Gender Fraud: a fiction  The ending was unexpected and also came with a twist.”  Mesca Elin, Psychochromatic Redemption