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Kikitai shiritai seiteki mainoriti : tsunagariaeru shakai no tame ni / Sugiyama Takashi hen
聞きたい知りたい性的マイノリティ : つながりあえる社会のために / 杉山貴士編
Bib ID 4494825
Format BookBook
Edition Shohan. 
初版. 
Description Ōsaka : Nihon Kikanshi Shuppan Sentā, 2008 
大阪 : 日本機関紙出版センター, 2008 
197 p. : ill., ports. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 9784889008517
4889008519
Series

Sex and gender collection, Japanese.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

性的マイノリティを考える本:p184-186

Subjects Transsexuals.  |  Gender identity.  |  Hermaphroditism.  |  Sei.  |  Dōseiai.  |  Sei dōitsusei shōgai.
性. jlabsh/4  |  同性愛. jlabsh/4  |  性同一性障害. jlabsh/4
Other authors/contributors Sugiyama, Takashi
杉山貴士

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