In her chapter on transgender history, Susan Stryker argues that in order to tru

In her chapter on transgender history, Susan Stryker argues that in order to tru

In her chapter on transgender history, Susan Stryker argues that in order to truly understand the reasons transgender communities formed and transgender activism emerged, we have to understand “race, class, culture, sexuality, and sexism” and other forms of “inequality and injustice” during that particular time and place (page number unknown).
In her chapters from Girls will be Boys, Laura Horak also discusses race, culture, class, and sexuality during the first few decades of the twentieth century in the United States. She notes how these social forces shape the gender presentations of the white film actresses, and the general audience reception of their portrayals. 
In your discussion post, identify three different examples of this in Horak’s writing – from either chapter assigned this module. Your examples must come from a specific page or series of pages in the book, and you may not quote. Identify what page(s) your reader can find this information.
Your post must be written as a complete paragraph, not as a laundry list or series of bullet points. It should have a beginning idea and a closing idea, with the three examples between these two.