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The Marriage Myth
A review of the article "My Husband Became a Woman".
# 136154 | 2,500 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2007 | US


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The paper reveals that although Germaine Greer wrote about the middle class myth of love and marriage way back in the 1960's, during the second wave of feminism, the fact is that the myth is still very much alive and well. In fact, the paper discusses how even more people are getting in on the act now, thanks to the legalization of same-sex marriage. This paper examines an article about a middle class marriage with a bit of a difference, "My Husband Became a Woman", and how it tells the story of Joan Cheng, a doctor whose husband (also a doctor) became a woman.

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"Although Germaine Greer wrote about the middle class myth of love and marriage way back in the 1960's, during the second wave of feminism, the fact is that the myth is still very much alive and well. In fact, even more people are getting in on the act now, thanks to the legalization of same-sex marriage. This essay examines an article about a middle class marriage with a bit of a difference. The article "My Husband Became a Woman" tells the story of Joan Cheng, a doctor whose husband (also a doctor) became a woman. The article appeared in October in Chatelaine, a mainstream Canadian women's magazine. As will be shown, the article, while..."

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