Playing With Dolls

Playing With Dolls Jesse enjoys playing with dolls and wearing girls clothing and everyone from his parents teachers friends and neighbors assumes he will grow up gay As an adult the burden of those assumptions hamper

Jesse enjoys playing with dolls and wearing girls clothing and everyone from his parents, teachers, friends and neighbors assumes he will grow up gay As an adult the burden of those assumptions hampers his ability to come to terms with his sexuality.Korin I Dushayl has done a great job depicting a young man s journey in discovering his true self Allena Gabosch, ExJesse enjoys playing with dolls and wearing girls clothing and everyone from his parents, teachers, friends and neighbors assumes he will grow up gay As an adult the burden of those assumptions hampers his ability to come to terms with his sexuality.Korin I Dushayl has done a great job depicting a young man s journey in discovering his true self Allena Gabosch, Executive Director, Center for Sex Positive Culture How one is labeled versus how one experientially comes to self identification held a captivating tension for me the everyday details in the story created a realistically immersive landscape that made it easier to viscerally identify with the characters Mark SilverKorin I Dushayl has accomplished something remarkable here, crafting a story that works on all levels educating, arousing, inspiring, empowering, and most importantly emotionally connecting with the reader Sally Bibrary, Bending the Bookshelf

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  1. Sally

    I actually finished reading Playing With Dolls over the weekend, but it had such a profound emotional impact on me that I needed to take some time to regroup, to distance myself from the text, and attempt an intelligent review. I.G. Frederick has accomplished something remarkable here, crafting a story that works on all levels - educating, arousing, inspiring, empowering, and (most importantly) emotionally connecting with the reader.This is as much a story about gender as it is about sexuality. [...]

  2. J.

    Playing with Dolls is a novel by I.G. Frederick with an intriguing plot and insight into the realm of male submission. Jesse has always been led to believe that he should be gay just because he prefers to wear women's clothing and enjoyed playing with dolls as a child. His exposure to gender identity and sexual preference has been dictated to him by his therapist who fails to separate expression from orientation, and the theory is rather forced upon him by his parents because gay is an easier an [...]

  3. Morgan

    I could identify, with quite a bit of Jesse's dilemma of trying to determine who and (or), what he might be. I see a really interesting question of who-vs-what in how our identities grow and evolve. Besides the question, I also found his story personally empowering for me as a reminder about self-acceptance as my identity continues to evolve. That's something that I find my thoughts turning back, to on a frequent but irregular basis still.

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