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Josō to Nihonjin / Mitsuhashi Junko
女装と日本人 / 三橋順子
Bib ID 4511714
Format BookBook
Author
Mitsuhashi, Junko
三橋順子
 
Description Tōkyō : Kōdansha, 2008 
東京 : 講談社, 2008 
373 p. : ill., maps ; 18 cm. 
ISBN 9784062879606
4062879603
Series

Sex and gender collection, Japanese.

Kōdansha gendai shinsho ; 1960.

講談社現代新書 ; 1960.

Notes

Bibliography : p.369-373.

文献:p369-373

Subjects Sex customs -- Japan -- History.  |  Homosexuality -- Japan -- History.  |  Transvestites -- Japan -- History .  |  Transsexualism -- Japan -- History.  |  Seifūzoku-Rekishi.  |  Sei dōitsusei shōgai.  |  Dōseiai.
性風俗-歴史. jlabsh/4  |  性同一性障害. jlabsh/4  |  同性愛. jlabsh/4

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