poetics, time, body disruption and marginally queer solutions

Thursday, September 15, 2005

They didn't wait until middle age to question their birth sex. They are the 'Transgeneration.'
Reyhan Harmanci, Chronicle Staff Writer

Butch Greenblatt entered middle school as a tomboy and left as a girly-girl. At age 14, Butch came out as a lesbian. A year later, Butch came out again. As a guy.

"For a long time, people thought the boy thing was a phase and I'd eventually grow out of it and be pretty and attractive and normal. I tried my best in middle school, but I never was very good at it," he says.


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