Girl, Boy, Whatever!

Girl, Boy, Whatever!

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Maintaining gender ambiguity beyond a certain age entails difficult choices as does defending the rights of girls, especially orphans, to develop their capacities to the fullest.

A peek at the story

“When I look at a girl, all the girl’s in the choir, for example, what strikes me is that being a girl comes natural to them. They don’t have to think about it. It’s what they are. If I were a girl like them there would be nothing special in dressing or acting as one. But for me there is something special about being a boy who dresses as a girl. I’m attracted to girls, I identify as a girl, I feel like a girl, especially when I’m dressed as one, but I am not prepared to go the whole road and become a girl. In a strange way, that ambivalence is an important part of who I am.” – Peter talking to Kate in the first chapter of Girl, Boy, Whatever!

Read more

The Inseparable Pair – thoughts about gender identity and the new novel, Girl, Boy, Whatever!

Peter forced to see a shrink – maintaining gender ambiguity beyond a certain age entails difficult choices. Read an extract from Girl, Boy, Whatever!

The Boy & Girl series

Boy & Girl – Dressing like a girl and being in a girl’s head are not the same challenge, as Peter finds out.

In Search of Lost Girls – Abruptly severed from his soulmate, Peter goes in search of Kate and finds much more.

Girl, Boy, Whatever! – Maintaining gender ambiguity beyond a certain age entails difficult choices for Peter as does defending the rights of girls, especially orphans, to develop their capacities to the fullest for Kate. (Yet to be published)