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❴KINDLE❵ ❄ Amateur Author Thomas Page McBee – Posthd.pro From an award winning writer whose work bristles with “hard won strength insight agility and love” Maggie Nelson an exuisite and troubling narrative of masculinity violence and societyIn this grouFrom an award winning writer whose work bristles with “hard won strength insight agility and love” Maggie Nelson an exuisite and troubling narrative of masculinity violence and societyIn this groundbreaking new book the author a trans man trains to fight in a charity match at Madison Suare Garden while struggling to untangle the vexed relationship be.

Tween masculinity and violence Through his experience boxing—learning to get hit and to hit back; wrestling with the camaraderie of the gym; confronting the betrayals and strength of his own body—McBee examines the weight of male violence the pervasiveness of gender stereotypes and the limitations of conventional masculinity A wide ranging exploratio.

amateur mobile Amateur eBookTween masculinity and violence Through his experience boxing—learning to get hit and to hit back; wrestling with the camaraderie of the gym; confronting the betrayals and strength of his own body—McBee examines the weight of male violence the pervasiveness of gender stereotypes and the limitations of conventional masculinity A wide ranging exploratio.

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MOBI Thomas Page McBee Õ MOBI Amateur ePUB Ê Õ posthd.pro Thomas Page McBee’s Lambda award winning memoir Man Alive was named a best book of 2014 by NPR Books BuzzFeed Kirkus and Publisher's Weekly His “refreshing and radical” The Guardian new book Amateur a reported memoir about learning how to box in order to understand masculinity’s tie to violence was published in August to wide acclaim Thomas was the first transgender man to box in Mad

10 thoughts on “Amateur

  1. Rebecca Rebecca says:

    MOBI Thomas Page McBee Õ MOBI Amateur ePUB Ê Õ posthd.pro amateur mobile, Amateur eBookThomas Page McBee was the first transgender man to box at Madison Suare Garden In his second memoir which arose from a uartz article entitled “Why Men Fight” he recounts the training leading up to his charity match and ponders whether aggression is a natural male trait McBee grew up in a small town outside Pittsburgh with a stepfather who sexually abused him from age four In 2011 he started the testosterone injections that would begin his gender transformation During the years that followed other men seemed to pick fights with him fairly often and he was unsure what to do about it Finally in 2015 the Manhattan editor decided to confront the belligerent male stereotype by starting boxing trainingWhat I most appreciated were the author’s observations of how others have rela


  2. Eilonwy Eilonwy says:

    MOBI Thomas Page McBee Õ MOBI Amateur ePUB Ê Õ posthd.pro amateur mobile, Amateur eBookOnly four years after finally getting the male body he always knew he was transman Thomas McBee convinces an editor to enter him in a charity boxing match at Madison Suare Garden No he's never boxed before He mo


  3. Caden Caden says:

    MOBI Thomas Page McBee Õ MOBI Amateur ePUB Ê Õ posthd.pro amateur mobile, Amateur eBookI have asked myself uestions about what masculinity is countless times; I think Thomas was the first to give me an answer I was satisfied with As a trans guy interested in better understanding myself I have read plenty of books that spoke about transitioning and finding one's place in a newly perceived identity but within the same flesh and blood This book provided an refreshingly honest look into one man's life and how he navigates through those uestions Too often I think it is easy to get caught up in the negativity of masculinity the way it can erode away a man a society a loved one looking on Thomas is able to articulate validate dispr


  4. Ryan Ryan says:

    MOBI Thomas Page McBee Õ MOBI Amateur ePUB Ê Õ posthd.pro amateur mobile, Amateur eBook“I thought about being a white man in America I thought about my pay raises the assumptions of competency the sudden freedom to walk alone at night the way my body has transitioned from threatened to threat I thought about the advantages thrown at me for an aesthetic that looked like a birthright I thought about passing and how it erased a part of me and how hormones responded to context and how race and masculinity were inventions that benefited me and what I could do to challenge that 152 153”I want to preface this by saying that I am trying to be a better advocate for rights across all spectrums and sometimes I might say something that isn't inherently true or might c


  5. Maia Maia says:

    MOBI Thomas Page McBee Õ MOBI Amateur ePUB Ê Õ posthd.pro amateur mobile, Amateur eBookThis slim text is unbelievably rich I read it in just a few days but it really deserves to be lingered over I have a library copy that I can't return because of the Covid virus closed library system so I might wait a few weeks and just read it again McBee is a trans man a survivor


  6. Austen Austen says:

    MOBI Thomas Page McBee Õ MOBI Amateur ePUB Ê Õ posthd.pro amateur mobile, Amateur eBookI'm so thankful for the way McBee put into words so much of what I've often felt about masculinity I don't know if I've ever felt as seen as I did reading this book This is an important read not just for other trans men but for people of all genders who are trying to figure out what to do with the social power they've been given


  7. Eli Eli says:

    MOBI Thomas Page McBee Õ MOBI Amateur ePUB Ê Õ posthd.pro amateur mobile, Amateur eBookEh It was particularly interesting to read this immediately following reading Janet Mock’s newest memoir which I devoured in less than 24 hours This one I had to take breaks from and come back to because frankly I got sick of him I as a transmasculine person am desperate for stories with which I can identify but oddly I identified with her story and her analysis than with his a story about a man training to box and grappling with uestions about masculinity and violence that felt lacking in depth and hinged on a gender binary he never really uestioned I apprec


  8. Laura Laura says:

    MOBI Thomas Page McBee Õ MOBI Amateur ePUB Ê Õ posthd.pro amateur mobile, Amateur eBook From BBC radio 4 Book of the weekThomas Page McBee a trans man trains to fight in a charity match at New York's Madison Suare Garden while struggling to untangle the vexed relationship between masculinity and violenceThrough his experience of boxing learning to get hit and to hit back wrestling with the camaraderie of the gym confronting the betrayals and strengths of his own body McBee examines male violence the pervasiveness of gender stereotypes and the limitations of conventional masculinity It's a graceful and uncompromising exploration of living fighting and healingThomas Page McBee is a journalist and commentator currently living in New York His first book Man Alive 2014 was an account of the emotional and physical complexity underlying the process of gender reassignment and also explored his early years and the sexual abuse he suffered perpetrated by his stepfather Amateur was shortlisted for the 2018 Baillie Gifford Prize for Non FictionWritten and read b


  9. K K says:

    MOBI Thomas Page McBee Õ MOBI Amateur ePUB Ê Õ posthd.pro amateur mobile, Amateur eBookThis is worth the read but its weaknesses are hard to overlook It seems to be part of some sort of publishing boom in trans memoirs and while I'm grateful that there are books to fill the demand this one fell short for me I guess it's because I've heard many parallel insights about the tragedy of contemporary toxic masculinity from other GNC transmasculine and transmen or even other books Stone Butch Blues comes to mind From that perspective the conceit of boxing felt artificial or even overblown I liked the book's framing uestion why do men fight? But the answer never felt like the author believed it Perhaps this would have been much better in a shorter form say a long read or a piece in the New Yorker The author certainly excels in


  10. Rebecca Rebecca says:

    MOBI Thomas Page McBee Õ MOBI Amateur ePUB Ê Õ posthd.pro amateur mobile, Amateur eBookMaggie Nelson said that this book was like sitting with someone uncurling his hands than holding them out to you open so that you can behold all the hard won strength insight agility and love to be found there and I think that's true This is a vital trans narrative about becoming and fighting and masculinity There's bloodiness and tenacity in it but also gentleness


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