By Daphne Scholinski
At fifteen years old, Daphne Scholinski was committed to a mental institution and awarded the dubious diagnosis of "Gender Identity Disorder." Scholinski spent three years--and over a million dollars of insurance--"treating" the problem… with makeup lessons and instructions in how to walk like a girl. Scholinski's story-- which is, sadly, not that unusual-- has already received attention from such shows as "20/20," "Dateline," and "Today." But this memoir, bound to become a classic, tells the story in a funny, ironic, unforgettable voice.