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Hobo Sex By Red Jordan Arobateau
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"At first, a decade ago, when she’d been living on the streets alone, Diana’s survival plan was to creep away in secrecy into a park and no tell anyone. "No one knows where... More > I’m hiding." That was the old defense. But now Diana was too prosperous to hide-- 3 dogs, 2 shopping carts laden with rugs and sacks and sacks of clothes from the Free Box.---Possessions. Amid bags and bags of old mildewed clothes-- older acquirements; and the cans and bottles that her and Annie Pickup picked up on their way to nowhere, bony white hands reaching from ragged sleeves and padded jackets; carts bursting with junk as they walked stoically up the streets from the lot to the Park 20 blocks off."< Less
The Great Heart Bank Robbery By Red Jordan Arobateau
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The streets of New York City, 1962, Greenwich Village. We are introduced to Timmy: “a tall, good looking girl” who is cruising the gay section of the Village (before Stonewall) where the... More > gay kids assemble from: “All over Manhattan, the boroughs. They came over from Jersey, to hang out in the streets.” Timmy is a waitress, a butch sort. A confused 18 year old. A nice kid amid the good kids & street tramps -- We cry back and forth to each other; birds in some haven arrived to this migratory place. Some still in flight. Some undecided. Cry like kites. “Hello! Hello There!” Passing along, cruising. Then the scene is moved along by: “MISS MARY!” Cries, squeals of gay boys with peroxide hair, at the sight of ‘her’ blue uniform; “ALONG COMES MARY!” A gay memoir at its finest! You will love reading this historical book & all the adventures in it.< Less
China Girl By Red Jordan Arobateau
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In the story of Charity Bing a Transsexual Chinese woman living in San Francisco’s Chinatown in the 1940’s- through 2005, introduces us to one of the most fascinating characters in modern... More > American literature. The book is unique among the files of TG life stories. Humorous, interesting, plenty of Gender Variant sex; & it contains a mystery which will hold the reader spellbound. The book primarily is a fascinating study of a girl/boy back in these times: acting out the role set for me in life by our Divine Creator--that of Transvesti--but second, rebelling even from that role! By my bizarre presentation of a Liberated Woman! the industrious ‘transvesti’ (as she mistakenly calls herself back in that day) Most of the action of this novel is set in 1970’s Chinatown. By the year 2005 Charity has survived loneliness, poverty & a broken heart & the reader gets to examine her life once again at age 60. this is an original first edition. This is Charity Bing’s story in her own words.< Less
The Great Heart Bank Robbery By Red Jordan Arobateau
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The streets of New York City, 1962, Greenwich Village. We are introduced to Timmy: “a tall, good looking girl” who is cruising the gay section of the Village (before Stonewall) where the... More > gay kids assemble from: “All over Manhattan, the boroughs. They came over from Jersey, to hang out in the streets.” Timmy is a waitress, a butch sort. A confused 18 year old. A nice kid amid the good kids & street tramps -- We cry back and forth to each other; birds in some haven arrived to this migratory place. Some still in flight. Some undecided. Cry like kites. “Hello! Hello There!” Passing along, cruising. Then the scene is moved along by: “MISS MARY!” Cries, squeals of gay boys with peroxide hair, at the sight of ‘her’ blue uniform; “ALONG COMES MARY!” A gay memoir at its finest! You will love reading this historical book & all the adventures in it.< Less
How's Mars? By Red Jordan Arobateau
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Vintage Classic Dike Novel; written in 1962, gay street life. Love triangle, glimpses of dike bars of the past, the lesbian/gay street scene in New York City. Police raids. Vice cops.
Hobo Sex By Red Jordan Arobateau
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"At first, a decade ago, when she’d been living on the streets alone, Diana’s survival plan was to creep away in secrecy into a park and no tell anyone. "No one knows where... More > I’m hiding." That was the old defense. But now Diana was too prosperous to hide-- 3 dogs, 2 shopping carts laden with rugs and sacks and sacks of clothes from the Free Box.---Possessions. Amid bags and bags of old mildewed clothes-- older acquirements; and the cans and bottles that her and Annie Pickup picked up on their way to nowhere, bony white hands reaching from ragged sleeves and padded jackets; carts bursting with junk as they walked stoically up the streets from the lot to the Park 20 blocks off."< Less
Lay Lady Lay By Red Jordan Arobateau
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A lonely woman strays into a lesbian bar one night and meets romance in a butch dike. Moonlit beach. SM. Women heart to heart.
Stories From the Dance of Life Vol. 2. By Red Jordan Arobateau
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7 shorter stories by the Master Artist. Including: THOSE NORTHERN LIGHTS. Two lesbian women spend an evening at the apartment of a strange, alienated man. RESTORATION OF THE LOST, about ‘The... More > Missionary Of The Bars’, red-head butch Stormy. MY SOUL WAS RED; a lesbian contemplates pregnancy while on a gambling spree in Reno. THE INVISIBLE NIGGER, a ghetto player of mixed race heritage. THE TALISMAN; a glimpse of black South Side Chicago circa 1970’s. AT AN EARLY AGE, This is a longer work which takes up about one third of the book--holding the reader spellbound with the accounts of ‘Prince’, a handsome African American stud’s success with ladies so numerous that they spill out of the pages one after another! Plus LA PAN DE LA VIDA, one of Red’s Hispanic works. Poignant; about an elderly Mexican grandmother and her Angla doctor. Followed by a NOTES section which is very informative.< Less
Stories From the Dance of Life Vol. 1. By Red Jordan Arobateau
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7 shorter stories by the Master Artist, republished from their first edition in the 1970’s: A BUTCH IN LOVE; a newly discovered manuscript never before in print, in which a street dike... More > entertains 2 prostitutes on the steps of a ghetto tenement. CATMAN’S CORNER. Wonderful tale of an odd collection of panhandlers proselytizing on a windswept corner, during the Viet Nam war. JULIE, the strange happenings in a gay tavern on Women’s Night. CONFESSIONS OF A NOT-SO-EX-ALCOHOLIC, Red‘s premiere piece on kicking alcohol 30 years ago. WHITER THEN BLACK, on people of mixed race heritage. MEINE THEORY BY KLARE REIGER--A TRILOGY. This is a longer work about a German emigrant, seamstress, and her unique views, after having survived the shattering experiences of World War Two. And CENTER IN THE STORM. A tale which involves a familiar hero, red head butch Stormy. This collection ends with a NOTES section which discusses some fine points and history about the content.< Less
Barrio Blues By Red Jordan Arobateau
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Begining before her first year of age at chapter zero, the story of a Latina Lesbian growing up in el barrio de San Francisco Mission. A look at her family life, sisters, brothers, parents. La... More > escuela, La Iglaise. Each chapter in this marvelous work is a year of Libertads life. Her ambitions. Her life struggle. Her personal growth. The women she takes to bed, and her subsequent adventures. HOT! HOT! Another Masterwork from the pen of Poet/Artist Author Red Jordan Arobateau, Barrio Blues is completely spiced up with some Spanish words, and phrases. A true reading experience!< Less