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E playful creative and glitter obsessed as a A Coming of ePUB #180 child Jacob was given the label sissy In the two decades that followed sissy joined forces with gay trans nonbinary and too ueer to function to become a source of pride and today a rallying cry for a much needed gender revolution Through revisiting their childhood and calling out the stereotypes that each of us have faced Jacob invites us to rethink what we know about gender and offers a bold blueprint for a healed world one free from gender based trauma and bursti. Horribly written Attempts at humor fail miserably and most of the book is spent patting themselves on the back for their very very dull college lifefull transcriptions of emails they sent complaining about small instances of harassmentunwokeness at their Ivy League school not to dismiss harassment but it s very white middle class college student etc Want to read a book by a narcissist who thinks every dump they take is radical while wincing at the stilted writing style and jokes the entire time This is the book for you

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Ng with trans inclusive feminismFrom Jacob's Methodist childhood and the hallowed halls of Duke University to the portrait laden parlors of the White House Sissy takes you on a gender odyssey you won't soon forget Writing with the fierce honesty wildly irreverent humor and wrenching vulnerability that have made them a media sensation Jacob shatters the long held notion that people are easily sortable into men and women Sissy guarantees that you'll never think about gender both other people's people's and your own the same way agai. Jacob Tobia s memoir focusing on their experience growing into their identity as a genderueer person was possibly the perfect book for this present moment Covering their life from early childhood to the end of college this memoir dives deep into the kaleidoscope of ueer identities and comes up with the refreshing reminder that you don t have to choose just one In all the memoir covers the little moments that take place with friends and family and strangers and ourselves as we learn about our gender identity and broadly about who we areThis book was just beautiful from start to finish Jacob s tone is mostly playful and charming in a way that makes me want to get brunch with them and laugh about all of the dumb shit straight people have ever said to us But even within cute or funny anecdotes Jacob is able to slow it down and give emotional moments the space they deserve This book isn t a ueer tragedy but the truth of it is that there is pain to growing into these identities both internal and external and Jacob is able to give space to let those feelings be before bringing it back into the overall upbeat fun mood of the book And I think that s where they truly succeed is making gender FUN Beating back against the stories we expect to hear of trans angst and earning your place in the binary through years of abuse Jacob puts forth a memoir that is able to recount an imperfect journey without focusing only on the hurt I absolutely loved this book and think that everyone should read it but ESPECIALLY people whose only understanding of trans people is coming from stories where trans folks have had awful lives find themselves and re integrate into the gender binary to become Just Like You Those narratives are valuable but this book is a breath of fresh air and a great look into a part of the ueer community whose voice is often unheardWhile I honestly want to just recommend this book to everyone I would particularly suggest it to people who love other humorous uick paced memoirs such as those by Jenny Lawson And anyone looking for a boisterous fun narrator to fall madly in love with will find it in Jacob Tobia

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A heart Coming of ePUB #9734 wrenching eye opening and giggle inducing memoir about what it's like to grow up not sure if you're a a boy b a girl c something in between or d all of the above From the moment a doctor in Raleigh North Carolina put male Sissy A Kindle on Jacob Tobia's birth certificate everything went wrong Alongside male came many other far less neutral words words that carried expectations about who Jacob was and who Jacob should be words like masculine and aggressive and cargo shorts and SPORTSNaturally sensitiv. Audiobookread by Jacob TobiaA National Best Seller TransformativeIf Tobia aspires to the ranks of comic memoirists like David Sedaris and Mindy Kaling Sissy succeeds From the New York Times Book ReviewThis audiobookmemoir was WONDERFULJacob is so darn likableIt took him years to discover that being a sissy wasn t something he needed to be ashamed of Rather it was a source of pride His source of pride Our source of pride with him It occurred to me while enjoying Jacob s memoir a coming of age gender storythat with all this social distancing I m mostly home every day by myself if not on a trail hiking choosing a fascinating memoir is intimate and fulfilling Listening to an author share their story with us Be it Michelle Obama Gary Shteyngart David Sedaris Mary Louise Parker Roxane Gay Stormy Daniels Bruce Springsteen or Sherman Alexi to name a fewand now Jacob TobiaI m able to get a great dose of relationship connection fulfillmentA great memoir audiobook satisfactiontransfers intimacy effortlesslyThe authors personal stories are the next best thing to having them over for lunch I never thought I was a big memoir book readerbut I admit many have been tremendously enjoyable recently Memoirs people sharing are a great fit with sheltering in place Jacob is a natural storytellerwarm funny genderueer Sissy builds with humor and gustoHe lightly yet seriously underlines freedom from societal gender norm pressures Jay Duplass said Dear men please read this book Whether you re sensitive bold gay straight pen by creative analytical or don t even know who the hell you are this book is a blueprint for healing our gender based trauma from the inside out It s brilliant and important and I couldn t put it down You ll fall in love with JacobYou ll fall in love with Jacob sgrandmother But hahawill you fall in stilettos Not me I have a bionic footHahaBut I giggled and enjoyed visualizing two men going fancy shoe shopping for themselves I wanted to tag along with Jacob and his friends buying new colorful outrageous socks would have given me a buzzI simple liked Jacob s companySign me up for his next book


10 thoughts on “Sissy A Coming of Gender Story

  1. says:

    35 Stars The first half of this memoir is amazing Tobia articulates the painful experiences they had while growing up and I was left with a greater understanding for a different kind of non binary experience Their memories

  2. says:

    A very strong four stars for this bold and hilarious memoir I loved Jacob Tobia’s voice in Sissy A Coming of Ge

  3. says:

    Audiobookread by Jacob TobiaA National Best Seller“TransformativeIf Tobia aspires to the ranks of comic memoirists like David Sedaris and Mindy Kaling ‘Sissy’ succeeds” —From the New York Times Book ReviewThis audiobookmemoir was W

  4. says:

    Everyone should read this Everyone Better yet listen to the author's entertaining and thoughtful audiobook performance I'm

  5. says:

    Horribly written Attempts at humor fail miserably and most of the book is spent patting themselves on the back for their very very dull college lifefull transcriptions of emails they sent complaining about small instances of harassmentunwokeness at their Ivy League school not to dismiss harassment but it's very white midd

  6. says:

    Full of energy but zero I mean ZERO panache And I don't mean panache in the flamboyant sense I mean it in the sense that a memoir like this really needs shape style structure and a reach for something permanent Instead it i

  7. says:

    Jacob Tobia's memoir focusing on their experience growing into their identity as a genderueer person was possibly the perfect book for this present moment Covering their life from early childhood to the end of co

  8. says:

    I liked Sissy okay I've enjoyed it in hindsight than when I was reading it It's not that I'm not glad I read it because I am PROBABLY

  9. says:

    Just not my cup of teaI reuested that my library purchase this memoir and I so hope that others find it helpful and enlightening For me I realized about 40% of the way into the book that I just don’t like Jacob I found them unrelateable and overly self centered I had hoped to find some wisdom to move forward in better understanding my gender fluid or gender nonconforming friends and compatriots but I just didn’t Here’s hop

  10. says:

    And so here I am again plunging further out of my comfort zone with a memoir Memoirs are not books that I've read often mostly because I thought that they were inspired only by ego but I admit I was very wrong A memoir well written opens up a

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