The Phallic Titty Manifesto

The Phallic Titty Manifesto

by Jackie Wang

As children we haven't yet suffered society's sweeping gender normativity. And so we ask questions and break unknown boundaries. And slowly we become aware of the roles that are expected of us and we make oft-difficult decisions about how to proceed. This is a piece of Jackie Wang's memoir about those moments. You can't always convince little boys that you are growing a penis, but you can make peace with having breasts and find people who support you and make you feel good about your body. And after much gender theory conditioning as an adult, you can create your place in the world and publish your own story.