1. In the Introduction, how does Mock feel that transgender women have generally been depicted in popular culture?
In the introduction, Mock lays out her feelings that transgender women have generally been the butt of jokes or depicted as freakish in much of pop culture.
2. In the introduction, why does Mock say she wrote this book?
In the introduction, Mock says she wrote the book because she wants to show the world about her journey in very honest terms. She also hopes that telling her story honestly may help other girls and women like her on their own similar journeys.
3. In the section titled New York 2009, why does Mock decide not to tell Aaron that she is a transgender woman on their first date?
In the section titled New York 2009, Mock decides not to tell Aaron she is a transgender woman on their first date because she is afraid he will reject her and she would like to get to know him better.
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