Trans-Atlantic re-turnings : a trans/black/diasporic/feminist auto-account of a black trans Brazilian woman’s transitioning
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This report constitutes an auto-account that theorizes on/as my process of transitioning as a black trans Brazilian woman. In order to do so, I work with the concept of transitioning in conjunction the idea of re-turn by drawing mainly from studies within the realm of black feminism, black studies and Trans Studies. For this text, I elect the transitioning along temporalities, embodied sexualized gendered racialized experiences in different geographies I cross, with focus on my connections with Brazil.
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