OverviewBlends the genres of memoir, journal, and first-person narrative fiction, and challenges the reader with the issue of gender LeslieAnn is stand-up comedian who spices this narrative with constant jokes and one-liners. As she tells her story, she includes black-and-white photos to evoke her early life in which she periodically changes genders—either for convenience or to get ahead in life. This fictional memoir addresses issues of gender discrimination, cross-dressing, and transgender psychology, while reflecting on the lessons learned from her life experiences. LeslieAnn's jokes and insights are unconventional and confrontational regarding the cross-gender issues, but they are also a doorway to the spiritual lessons learned throughout.
Author BiographyE. J. Gold is a leader of the human potential movement on the West Coast. He is an artist, musician, healer, and author of more than 50 books on spiritual and self-help subjects. He lives in Nevada City, California.