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Sekushuaru mainoriti : dōseiai sei dōitsusei shōgai intāsekkusu no tōjisha ga kataru ningen no tayō na sei / Sekushuaru mainoriti kyōshokuin nettowāku;Ikeda,Kumiko
セクシュアルマイノリティ : 同性愛、性同一性障害、インターセックスの当事者が語る人間の多様な性 / セクシュアルマイノリティ教職員ネットワーク編著 ; 池田久美子[ほか]著
Bib ID 3792712
Format BookBook
Edition Dai 2-han. 
第2版 
Description Tōkyō : Akashi Shoten, 2006 
東京 : 明石書店, 2006 
288 p. : ill. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 4750322822
Series

Sex and gender collection, Japanese.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Gender identity -- Japan.  |  Homosexuality -- Japan.  |  Transsexualism -- Japan.
Other authors/contributors Ikeda, Kumiko., 1964-  |  Sekushuaru mainoriti kyōshokuin nettowāku
池田久美子, 1964-  |  セクシュアルマイノリティ教職員ネットワーク

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