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Hereditary By Karen Castillo
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A magical realist investigation of family ties, intergenerational trauma, gender, and identity.
STUD BOURNE By Studly Dudly
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STUD BOURNE peeks into a few elements that may have groomed some STUDZ. It describes what it is like to live in a community that, at times, views them through the narrow lenses of fear; religion, and... More > a black feminist microscope. We are a part of a Black lesbian culture that sometimes does not understand us, ridicules us, sterotypes us, and alienates us. However, many of us manage to hold on to our blackness, our spirituality, and to the ones we love. I have learned that when in battle one can maintain a sense of identity without destroying the armor that sheilds them, and without taking on too many blows. STUD BOURNE is the voice of one soldier who dares to speak out during the midst of a cultural gender war. Volume One is the first of a twelve-volume collection revealing the true life of Studly Dudly, with Volume Two to be released in late summer of 2008. Finally, I have found the words and have written them as honestly, and as passionately as the heart would allow.< Less
Skin: short stories By Racquel Goodison
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Skin is a coming-of-age collection by a New York writer, Racquel Goodison. It deals with Sophia, a young girl, and her life in the West Indies and the United States. Sophia is determined as child,... More > teen, and adult to individuate herself from who her family and her society believe that she is or should be based on ethnicity, class, gender, and sexuality. In these stories, Goodison paints a complex portrait of beauty, discovery, self-love and self-acceptance. And once Sophia crosses water and land, literally, to finally cross her own internal landscape, figuratively, we all stop "running for cover".< Less
Crazy Times By Frank Adams
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A painful but important, revelatory book, a boy's autobiography, written in clear, rhythmic and haunting language. It describes a lifetime of mental and physical abuse.
The "People Power" Love - Lust Superbook: Book 29. Transgender Guide (Transsexual, Intersex, GRS, Transvestite, Crossdressing, Drag) By Tony Kelbrat
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The prevailing wisdom is that you're genetically born as one gender, that's who you are and that's the identity you should develop to fit into your culture, either a manly man or a feminine women but... More > somewhere along the way, there are people who don't fit neatly into the gender they look like and often want to be the opposite gender. The stereotypical characteristics of women are: clinging coy emotional manipulative need other people nurturing The stereotypical characteristics of men are: emotionally childish one-dimensional competitive (with themselves and others) afraid of losing control rational horny domineering Fifty years ago or so, society had strict gender roles. Women became mothers while men went to work. It was overwhelming because everybody played by these rules.< Less
Siva's Arrow By Linda Vista
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Code breaking, knife fighting, lock picking, wiretapping, digging up your new boyfriend's real identity...High School is educational! Then again, Chloe's dad is trying to kidnap her, the Principal... More > wants to make her shower with the boys, she's going to have to appear in court, and she's got a fan. But he looks cute in a uniform, and swears he's in love with her. If only he didn't seem so crazy. But he's... Chloe's never felt like this, what's going on? The girls will learn who Annie really works for, what she does for a living, and why she carries a gun. How many internets are there? One just for the hoods? Who knew? Chloe acquires a stalker, and his plans for her are direct...and final. Volume Two of "My Friend Chloe" cranks up the suspense, and turns up the heat a bit, too, in more ways than one. WHO burned those houses down? How do you get your boyfriend out of jail when you're only 14?< Less
Trumped Out By Asher Andrews
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Trumped Out addresses controversial political and social issues concerning America. The twelve main topics covered are; Christianity in America and Judeo-Christian Values, Gender/Race/Sexual... More > Orientation, Immigration, Abortion, Education, American Culture, The English Language, Unemployment, Social Security, Liberal Identity, Black Lives Matter and Family.< Less
Trumped Out By Asher Andrews
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Trumped Out addresses controversial political and social issues concerning America. The twelve main topics covered are; Christianity/Judeo-Christian influence in America, Gender/Race/Sexual... More > Orientation, Immigration, Abortion, Education, American Culture, The English Language, Unemployment, Social Security, Liberal Identity, Black Lives Matter and Family< Less
Experiments in Film Appreciation By Alessandro Monti & Carole Rozzonelli
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Experiments in Film Appreciation is the fruit of academic collaboration between India (Banaras Hindu University), Italy (University of Turin) and France (University Lyon 2). It involves both scholars... More > and research students, the latter from BHU and the Department of Oriental Studies Turin. Its articles deal with social and gender issues in Indian contemporary society: communalism, Kashmir, female foeticide, national identity, transgender, a Hindu anthropology of food, educational cinema, problematic conjugality and more. The multicultural approaches are mostly seen through the earnest view of young researchers: the volume stands also as a suggestion of India in the coming.< Less
CONTROL By Women's Caucus for Art
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“CONTROL”, an exhibition catalog showcasing the work of 79 California women artists, was organized by the Women’s Caucus for Art, curated by Karen Gutfreund and juried by the... More > Guerrilla Girls West. Organized around the theme of control (or lack of it), the show explores the artists interpretation of all methods of control: internal, external, positive, negative, over life events and over technology, empowering or dehumanizing, politically correct - or not. This collection of work addresses many issues, including statements on war, politics, ethnicity, gender identity and stereotypes, domestic violence, religion, money and the environment. The exhibition was held at SomArts San Francisco, August 2009 and will be at the Ceres Gallery, NYC in February 2011.< Less

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