Don’t Call Me Ma’am
A Transgender Story of Living in a World Without Labels
Proceeds from the sale of this book benefit the Association of Family & Community Integrity. View their website at: glbthomeless.org
About Shelley’s Book
Shelley began to realize that a simple tip card was just the beginning. That realization evolved into Shelley’s fourth book, Don’t Call Me Ma’am: A Transgender Story of Living in a World Without Labels.
In this highly personal book, Shelley shares an inspiring story of the journey from coming up with a simple idea to coming out as a transgender person. “The hope of the story is to share a vision of a world with no labels,” Shelley says, “where human beings live with understanding, cooperation, and acceptance — and where who we are on the inside is not limited by artificial labels.”
Part autobiography, part memoir, part educational tips, Don’t Call Me Ma’am will speak to anyone who has ever felt limited, misunderstood or isolated by labels and to those who care about them.
Shelley Roth is authorized by The Global Diversity & Inclusion Benchmarks: Standards for Organizations Around the World (GDIB), The Centre for Global Inclusion, a US 501c3 nonprofit organization.