Abigail Shrier's new book, Irreversible Damage, has had a somewhat rocky start. Media outlets, such as The Guardian and the New York Times have yet to review it; US store Target removed it from their website when they were alerted on social media to its 'transphobic' content. Those journalists who have reviewed the book, however, have applauded how carefully and sensitively Shrier has approached the phenomenon of young girls wishing to be the opposite sex. Including interviews with parents, professionals and trans people alike, she covers this emotive subject with curiosity and compassion.
Edited by Heather Brunskell Evans and Michelle Moore, these two books explore the new phenomenon of transgender children.
About Transgender Children and Young People: This book is a collection of essays about the current theory and practice of transgendering children. Essays are written against the grain of the popularised medical definition of the transgender child as a young person whose true gender lies in the brain, or pre-social identity.
About Inventing Transgender Children and Young People: Far from just investigating how they are invented the authors demonstrate the considerable psychological and physical harms perpetrated on children and young people by transgender ideology, and offer tangible examples of where and how adults should intervene to protect them.