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Sei doitsusei shōgai 30-nin no kamingu auto = I recognize myself as what I am! / Kanshū Harima Katsuki ; hencho Sōma Saeko
性同一性障害 30人のカミングアウト = I recognize myself as what I am! / 監修針間克己 ; 編著相馬佐江子
Bib ID 7373739
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Description Tokyo : Futabasha, 2004 
©2004 
東京 : 双葉社, 2004 
269 pages : portraits ; 19 cm 
ISBN 9784575297225
4575297224
Series

Sex and gender collection, Japanese.

Subjects Gender identity disorders -- Patients -- Japan -- Biography.  |  Sex change -- Japan.  |  Gender identity disorders -- Patients.  |  Sex change.  |  Japan.
Form/genre Biography.
Other authors/contributors Soma, Saeko, editor, author  |  Harima, Katsuki  |  針間克己  |  針間克己
相馬佐江子, editor, author
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