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A 20,000-year-old intersex extraterrestrial gives copies of her transmuter to humanity for rejuvenation—and transformation. Trans becomes commonplace. War, religion and bigotry are addressed and fade. It starts desperate, with her trying to save a life, yet it quickly goes through intrigue to humor. Transmutation
You’re stealth transsexual, highly integrated. You become a flight attendant, marry a successful businessman. Why are you tortured? Why do you seem eccentric? Why do you face severe oppressions? Why can’t you defend yourself or let anyone else defend you, either? Stealth: The Dark Side of Transsexual
Five people: a transsexual war veteran and P.O.W.; a transgender oppressed in a small town in Arizona; an accepting Christian cowboy; a Muslim crossdresser from Afghanistan; a Jewish lesbian school teacher from Texas who suffered reparative therapy. How can they accept each other? Out of the Closet
You’re an early trailblazer. You’re brilliant, educated, involved, and transgender. You’ve got everything you want. Why do you later develop issues with denial, anger, and depression? How do your issues evolve through you over 36 years in transition? How has medical malpractice made it harder? Sliders: The Dark Side of Transgender
You’ve transitioned. You glow as the woman you need to be. You’ve found your natal father. You try to help others. You’re enjoying newfound celebrity in a singing career in Hollywood. You’ve made new friends. You’ve fallen in love. Trans is being accepted. Why does someone want to kill your friends and you? Hate Crimes
A Spencer Tracy/Katharine Hepburn-style romance: fun fights lead to love—for this trans woman and trans man. She has integrated for decades. Why is she so scared? Why does she no longer trust herself to love? Could she fall in love with a trans man, whom she has inappropriately blamed for her troubles? Falling in Love
Aimee Norin writes explicit novels about flawed characters with issues, trying desperately to work things out and find love and happiness.
It’s hard for anyone to do, and it can be harder for one who is different in society.
These characters do not rubber-stamp any popular paradigm. Rather, the characters represent issues from different perspectives while they struggle with conflict and secrets, things done and not shared, joy and ecstasy, fear, suicide, oppression, and sometimes murder.
These roads are not traveled easily. Great compassion is needed for all.