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Tomboy: The Surprising History and Future of Girls Who Dare to Be Different

by Lisa Selin Davis Author

In a world where many people are discovering the nuances of gender, theirs and those around them, Lisa Selin Davis chronicles her own observations on the matter through her experience of raising her daughter. In a world where people increasingly embrace gender nonconformity and go beyond binary labels, to hear her daughter adopt the label "tomboy" early on spun gears in her head. Like many other books on the matter of gender, she explores this term through history, with neuroscience and psychology, through nonconformity of norms and sexuality. This particular story tackles the term through an angle of its own: an appreciation for the identities girls, women, and nonconformists that defy boundaries and allow for authentic self expression.

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Comments & Reviews


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