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España es Opresion By Ben Tolsky
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In June of 2009 Ben Tolsky went on an architectural survey of Spain and Portugal with the Illinois Institute of Technology. In thirty four days he visited eighteen different cities. This book... More > serves as a visual account of the journey. The essence of each city has been recreated on the pages of this book through a reworking of the photographs taken in that city.< Less
España es Opresion By Ben Tolsky
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In June of 2009 Ben Tolsky went on an architectural survey of Spain and Portugal with the Illinois Institute of Technology. In thirty four days he visited eighteen different cities. This book... More > serves as a visual account of the journey. The essence of each city has been recreated on the pages of this book through a reworking of the photographs taken in that city.< Less
no/sixteenths By Mark Gudgel
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“Mark Gudgel suffers from an illness far in excess of typical white guilt. It is that near-suicidal self-assault of historical truth. All the euphemistic prisms thorough which the harsh light... More > of time is bent into glow-in-the-dark velvet paintings, the brilliant spectra of Navaho weavings, or carved cedar cigar-store totems he redirects back upon itself - tying himself and all of us together in a knot of all our shame and lies. So as it is true for our Native sisters and brothers, reading this book our continent becomes a wasteland in which there are no rest stops nor places to hide.” - Greg Kuzma “If you are a reader with thin skin, you might not want to pursue these poems and stories. They pack a variety of punches – some social, others political, many religious. More than a few combine the punches, and the upshot is a challenging laying-out of the writer’s convictions.” - William Kloefkorn< Less
no/sixteenths By Mark Gudgel
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“Mark Gudgel suffers from an illness far in excess of typical white guilt. It is that near-suicidal self-assault of historical truth. All the euphemistic prisms thorough which the harsh light... More > of time is bent into glow-in-the-dark velvet paintings, the brilliant spectra of Navaho weavings, or carved cedar cigar-store totems he redirects back upon itself - tying himself and all of us together in a knot of all our shame and lies. So as it is true for our Native sisters and brothers, reading this book our continent becomes a wasteland in which there are no rest stops nor places to hide.” - Greg Kuzma “If you are a reader with thin skin, you might not want to pursue these poems and stories. They pack a variety of punches – some social, others political, many religious. More than a few combine the punches, and the upshot is a challenging laying-out of the writer’s convictions.” - William Kloefkorn< Less
The Smile By Vanda M Denton
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She is a worthless worm whose fear-filled, painful, degrading and dehumanising life is, to her, only right and seemly, until the day she is stolen away from her home. Only then does Abrin's Wife... More > slowly come to realise the injustice of the misogynistic life she was born into. Ultimately, as a young mother she has one desire. One fight. And for that she discovers an inner strength she’d been unaware of owning.< Less
The Smile By Vanda M Denton
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Abrin's Wife knows no other life. Obedience to men, drudgery and severe punishments are, for the women of Kalvry's Fort, normal. Obsequiousness to husbands, fathers, brothers and sons, is... More > seemly. That is until the day she is kidnapped; snatched out of the centre of the fort, reeled up on a rope and flown away. From this time on she is known by the name her mother blessed her with: Faehan. Here in the City, she acquires skills forbidden to her in the fort, has privileges she’d never hoped for and gradually comes to understand the injustices suffered by generations of women in the farming communities. While her new friends are hoping she will help them attain their liberal aims she has only one desire. She must rescue her children from their brutal father.< Less
Yes, Ma'am! By Jimmy Hu & Christoph Huegli
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In a social system, where women are at the top of the hierarchy. On a mission with no contact to the outer world. Aboard submarine, on which both power and justice are held by one single person. -... More > In this first work by Jimmy Hu and Christoph Huegli, for a change men are being oppressed.< Less
Yes, Ma'am! By Christoph Huegli & Jimmy Hu
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In a social system, where women are at the top of the hierarchy. On a mission with no contact to the outer world. Aboard submarine, on which both power and justice are held by one single person. -... More > In this first work by Jimmy Hu and Christoph Huegli, for a change men are being oppressed.< Less
The Story of the Cold By Heather Penn
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The Story of the Cold focuses on a girl named Kay and her friend Aaron. They live in a world where society is different, and no one will stand up and say anything about the strange goings-on. Kay has... More > struggled through hard times and hasn't quite been the same since the day she was rescued from the Unit. Strangely, she is infatuated with the cold, and as Aaron tries to help her and protect her, they both know what is lurking around outside their very doors: the Doctor. This story is a fiction novel containing moments of sadness, fear, slight mystery, and most important of all, the value of teamwork and friendships, no matter how short or long they may be.< Less
Classics of Men's Rights: Condensed Shaw Alphabet Edition By Tim Browne
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According to the feminist movement, we’re living in an “oppressive patriarchy” which keeps women down and benefits men. What if this story that we’ve been told repeatedly over... More > the past 50 years isn’t true? What if, instead, women have actually been part of a privileged class for centuries? In this book, you’ll find many examples, such as the suffragettes who attempted to burn down the theatre at Dublin and were sentenced to the “hard labour” of… knitting, and the lady who walked after she murdered her husband and child, then gained the mercy of the court with the claim that she was “a childless widow, all alone in the world”! Now, for the first time ever, you can read about the struggle for gender equality as never before… not only from the man’s point of view, but in 100% phonetic English. NOTE: this version is almost entirely written in the Shaw Alphabet at a reduced font size and is intended for people who are already well aware of its advantages over our current spelling system.< Less