I’M A LITTLE GIRL, I’M A PRINCESS. LUANA, THE GIRL WHO HAS CHOSEN HER OWN NAME
YO NENA, YO PRINCESA. LUANA, LA NIÑA QUE ELIGIÓ SU PROPIO NOMBRE
This book is an extraordinary testimony of a struggle for the recognition of the difference and the right to identity that has achieved, among other things, that for the first time in the world a state recognized gender identity assumed by a little girl. That fight pushed the limits of knowledge and professional practices, but also of the policies that are deployed on children. It is a story that shows the indissociably subjective and political effects of all identity struggles.
Cultural Interest Declaratory by Argentina’s Senate.