2013, Shiri Eisner, Bi: Notes for a Bisexual Revolution, Seal Press (→ISBN), page 159:
I could find no examples of trans female bisexuality in the mainstream media. That said, bi trans women will be given attention in all other pats of this chapter.
2013, Julia Serano, Excluded: Making Feminist and Queer Movements More Inclusive, Seal Press (→ISBN):
I have found that many people who have not had a trans female or trans feminine experience often have trouble wrapping their brains around the concept of transmisogyny, so I will offer the following two anecdotes ...
2016, Tobias Raun, Out Online: Trans Self-Representation and Community Building on YouTube, Routledge (→ISBN), page 98:
Alternatively, the trans female body is hypersexualized, as in so-called “shemale” or “chicks with dicks” pornography, marketing especially a trans female body that has not undergone genital surgery as a sexualized visual spectacle.
2017, Rhyannon Styles, The New Girl: A Trans Girl Tells It Like It Is, Headline (→ISBN)
[...] he could never be comfortable with me presenting and identifying as a trans female. Saddened by this news, I asked how my brothers felt. He informed me that they were confused and upset to lose their big brother.
2017, John Lorinc, Tim McCaskell, Maureen Fitzgerald, Jane Farrow, Stephanie Chambers, Any Other Way: How Toronto Got Queer, Coach House Books (→ISBN):
Male-to-female transsexuals (trans females/trans women) seeking sex-reassignment surgery (a.k.a. gender-confirming surgery) had to dress in überfemme attire (no butch or tomboy T-girls allowed!).