Los Angeles: Chevalier Publications, 1971. 8vo (5 ⅜ x 8 5/16 in.) in wraps. 194 pp. Good condition, with wear on the spine, stains and writing on cover, some pages with minor stains and tears. Item #4212
Virginia Prince, a somewhat controversial 20th century transgender activist who published Transvestia magazine and founded the Society for the Second Self, both aimed towards male cross-dressers. This book acts as a how-to guide for her readers, covering topics ranging from issues regarding physical presentation (such as clothing, cosmetics, and wigs), to public conduct and legal aspects of cross-dressing, to the medical aspects of what is now known as transitioning.
Includes a note on rear front endpaper which reads "Very good book on tip concerning---female impersonation."