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French Nouns: Masculine or Feminine? By Hilary Newhall
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An e-book to help you remember whether French nouns are masculine or feminine.The e-book is based on linking memorable images to word endings. Prudent use of colour also highlights whether words are... More > masculine or feminine. PLEASE NOTE: To read this e-book you will need to download a free copy of Adobe Digital Editions. A printed edition will be available in the future.< Less
PERFORMANCE OF GENDER REQUIRES DUALITY By Brandon Brooks
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Androgyny is the language of form that inhabits the body. Marcel Duchamp, Vito Acconci, and the Air Force used androgyny to explore duality in space, and duality in the body. Duchamp used his alter... More > ego Rrose Sélavy meaning arus is life, to access multiple genders. Vetal Achnichy redefined room planes and redirected masculine and feminine gazes making people into objects in space. The “air force dedicated itself to the production of masculine subjects, within the campus females as well as males train to become “men.” We define the qualities of androgyny by the categories of masculinity and femininity based on existing attributes of the body. Bodies are organized into groups, walls & doors are used to its devices. Doors and walls use framing, cutting, opening, closing, hanging, hinging, and sliding notions of controlling gazes and choreographed bodies in places.< Less
Leading Without Losing Your Femininity By Debbie Lundberg
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It is often said, and believed, that "It's a man's world", and "Sex sells". These things certainly may be true in some cases, and these concepts need not be embraced, or even... More > considered, in many cases. This book, Leading Without Losing Your Femininity, provides ideas for navigating the mixed signals women get and give. The quick read provides 40 things to STOP doing, ideas for addressing CAUTION with confidence, and ways to GO for being the best feminine leader and/or mentor to women. The three-step approach to each concept presented makes for both entertaining and applicable ideas that can enhance leadership, working relationships with females, and/or coaching approaches for women to succeed. With quick assessments of what can highlight female characteristics rather than approaches to mask our gender differences, the leadership and the femininity highlighted in the pages of this book combine to serve in ways to empower and encourage.< Less
ANY PERFORMANCE OF GENDER REQUIRES PROPS By Brandon Brooks
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Androgyny is the language of form that inhabits the body. Marcel Duchamp, Vito Acconci, and the Air Force used an-drogyny to explore duality in space, and duality in the body. Duchamp used his alter... More > ego Rrose Sélavy meaning arus is life, to access multiple genders. Vetal Achnichy redefined room planes and redirected masculine and feminine gazes making people into objects in space. The “air force dedicat-ed itself to the production of masculine subjects, within the campus females as well as males train to become “men.” We define the qualities of androgyny by the categories of masculinity and femininity based on existing attributes of the body. Bodies are organized into groups, walls & doors are used to its devices. Doors and walls use framing, cutting, opening, closing, hanging, hinging, and sliding notions of controlling gazes and choreographed bodies in places.< Less
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Daughter of the Dragon Finding the Sacred Feminine in Unexpected Places By Gabrielle Dolphin
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With numerous illustrations, Gabrielle Dolphin shares with her audience a personal and difficult “descent” journey, a journey of healing and recovery using two ancient Sacred Goddesses ... More > -Tiamat and Innana – as her guides. She returns from her journey with a new vision for a world where the sacred feminine seems all but lost. To the reader’s surprise, Rev. Dolphin finds Her in surprising and unexpected places. In a bold move, the vision of the Sacred Feminine is used to explore a bastion of patriarchal power - Islam today - to find the Sacred Feminine smiling back.< Less
How to Jedi Mindtrick Your Gender Dysphoria By Felix Conrad
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This book is based on the idea that a transgender person's interpretation of concepts like 'femininity' and 'transgender' can either increase or reduce gender dysphoria. As Conrad demonstrates,... More > theories such as feminine essence - while seeming helpful - add an urgency and intensity to dysphoria and create a bias towards non organic treatments. Conrad concludes that if certain concepts have a negative effect on gender dysphoria then there must be others that are positive. Thus Conrad deconstructs contemporary transgender theory and reassembles it in a way which unequivocally affirms transgender identity but makes it less taxing on your wallet, your body and your family. To achieve this, Conrad has written a powerful self help book which objectifies gender dysphoria as a hard taskmaster that makes specific and real demands on the sufferer. Conrad examines these demands and looks for tricks, shortcuts and concepts that will satisfy the need for authentic gender expression without wholesale transition.< Less
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The Feminine Musique: Multimedia and Women Today and "On Writing for Multimedia" By Sabrina Peña Young
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"The Feminine Musique: Multimedia and Women Today" traces the intersection of experimental music and new media through the works of composers and artists at the turn of twentieth century... More > America. An invaluable addition to any music, visual arts, or historical library collection, "The Feminine Musique: Multimedia and Women Today" gives a voice to the sights and sounds of innovative women such as Laurie Anderson, Alison Knowles, Brenda Hutchinson, Pauline Oliveros, Pamela Z, Yoko Ono, Meredith Monk, Maggie Payne, Sylvia Pengilly, Madonna, Lydia Lunch, and countless others, who embraced social change, technology, and the arts to create compelling and sometimes controversial works.< Less

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