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Focusing on reproductive and sexual justice, this important book explores in detail both the challenges that trans people face when negotiating reproductive and sexual health in restrictive social contexts, and their agency in advocating for change.

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Focusing on reproductive and sexual justice, this important book explores in detail both the challenges that trans people face when negotiating reproductive and sexual health in restrictive social contexts, and their agency in advocating for change.
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Damien W. Riggs is a Professor in Psychology at Flinders University and an Australian Research Council Future Fellow. He is the author of over 200 publications on gender, family, and mental health. Jane M. Ussher is Professor of Women's Health Psychology, at Western Sydney University. She has published 13 books and over 300 publications in women's sexual and reproductive health, including the health of trans people. Kerry H. Robinson is a Professor in Sociology at Western Sydney University, Australia. Kerry has expertise in childhood, gender and sexuality; sexuality education; and gender and sexuality-based violence and harassment and has written widely in these areas Shoshana Rosenberg is a butch dyke living and working on unceded Wurundjeri/Boon Wurrung land in Naarm/Melbourne. Their writing focuses on the intersections of transness, sexuality, health, sonics, and faith.