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Chita Stands By Jeffrey Derouen
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Growing up gay is difficult. Growing up gay in the South is even more difficult. Growing up FABULOUS is an entirely different existence. Sit back and watch as Chita shows us all how to live, laugh... More > and love.< Less
Stilettos & Stubble By Amanda Egan
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All her life Persephone’s been branded a ‘Big Girl’. Criticised by her outwardly perfect mother, dearly loved by her father, she’s the ‘Queen of Low... More > Self-Esteem’. Finding herself suddenly immersed in a world of glitz and glamour, where nothing is quite as it seems, will she finally realise ... ... ‘It’s what’s inside that counts’?< Less
The Birmingham Quean By S. A. M. Trainor
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We are to believe there was a time when The Birmingham Quean was just a poem: a mock-epic burlesque in which a fake pound coin told how she was won in a game of darts by a drag-queen called Britannia... More > Spears. It parodied Pope´s The Rape of the Lock, Byron´s Don Juan and an anonymous eighteenth century novel, The Birmingham Counterfeit. The transformation of this bit of picaresque doggerel into the sprawling work barely contained by this cover is the central mystery of a ludic novel. It mirrors the unlikely story of a dirty little settlement of nailers and cutlers becoming the principle city of the Industrial Revolution by flooding the Restoration economy with counterfeit coins. What remains is an absurd scholarly edition of a poem recast as a futuristic dystopia in which nothing is authentic. It is also the tale of an impossible love affair that uncovers an impossible text by an impossible author. It is as strange, ironic, sombre, flashy and anarchic as the city to which it owes its existence.< Less
The Birmingham Quean By S. A. M. Trainor
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We are to believe there was a time when The Birmingham Quean was just a poem: a mock-epic burlesque in which a fake pound coin told how she was won in a game of darts by a drag-queen called Britannia... More > Spears. It parodied Pope´s The Rape of the Lock, Byron´s Don Juan and an anonymous eighteenth century novel, The Birmingham Counterfeit. The transformation of this bit of picaresque doggerel into the sprawling work barely contained by this cover is the central mystery of a ludic novel. It mirrors the unlikely story of a dirty little settlement of nailers and cutlers becoming the principle city of the Industrial Revolution by flooding the Restoration economy with counterfeit coins. What remains is an absurd scholarly edition of a poem recast as a futuristic dystopia in which nothing is authentic. It is also the tale of an impossible love affair that uncovers an impossible text by an impossible author. It is as strange, ironic, sombre, flashy and anarchic as the city to which it owes its existence.< Less
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Accepting your Cross Dressing By Shelly Welch
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First, let me say that I am a heterosexual cross dresser. I prefer to dress privately for my own reasons, but I do dress in front of my fiancée. Over the years as I thought more and more... More > about my cross dressing, I felt that I needed to write down my thoughts, ideas and comments that are the result of years of frustration and confusion. In today’s society, the idea of a man wearing women’s clothing is considered totally unacceptable. So, after many years of buying, then purging, having a fear of being discovered and having it eventually happening, I began to read more and more on the subject. The more I read on the subject, the more I found out that there were more heterosexual men who did cross dress than I realized and there are support organizations. It was a wonderful feeling to learn that I wasn’t a sexual deviant or mentally ill! So I wrote this book to help others go through the process of believing in themselves, feeling comfortable in women’s clothes and knowing they are normal!< Less
Ambiguous Birds By Marie McKeown
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Ambiguous birds visually documents and identifies the subculture that is primarily based around defying societies definition of word gender. Transsexuals, Transvestites and Drag Queens become one of... More > the same in the ignorant eyes of society. Reality differs from the stereotype, flamboyancy and discretion often conflict in this gender challenging subculture that is Ambiguous Birds.< Less
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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.
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.

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Birth Log Book Birth Log Book By Emily Rumsey
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