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This book argues that current law does not adequately provide for transgender people and calls for respect and equality before the law. Theoretical discussions of sex, sexuality, gender and law, and an extensive range of primary and secondary research materials, are combined to provide an insightful analysis into the inadequacies of current law.About the Author:
Stephen Whittle is Reader in Law at Manchester Metropolitan University, and is also Vice-President of Press For Change, the UK's lobby group campaigning for respect and equality for transgender people.
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