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Saskia Wieringa


by Saskia Wieringa

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Written in English

Edition Notes

Being Chapter 1 from Female desires : same sex relations and transgender practices across cultures, edited by Saskia E. Wieringa and Evelyn Blackwood, 1999 (pp.1-38).

StatementSaskia E. Wieringa and Evelyn Blackwood.
ContributionsBlackwood, Evelyn., Wieringa, Saskia, 1950-, Blackwood, Evelyn.
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Open LibraryOL16260138M

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