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Sam never liked his birthdays because not a single one of them was happy... When he turned 1, he fell... More > face-down into his birthday cake; when he turned 5, he broke his left arm and when he turned 7, he broke his right arm and his left leg; when he turned 12, his house caught fire. Now Sam is about to turn 16 and he is dreading the day. The only birthday wish he has is for Jake who is the Mr. Popular of Arcadia High to even acknowledge his existence, or better yet give him a happy-birthday kiss.
But Sam knows that it’s not gonna happen. Or is it?< Less
In Strong Enough to Bend, author Judith K. Witherow compiles a sampling from four decades of her essays and poems that describe the real life experiences of a disabled, mixed blood Native American... More > Indian lesbian raised in Appalachian poverty. Much of the work has been previously published in anthologies, university women's studies texts and feminist periodicals. This is the first collection exclusively authored by Witherow.< Less
It is the early to mid 1960s. A young lad seeking psychological help finds himself coming under the influence of a domineering female psychotherapist, a woman not exactly unaccustomed to the idea of... More > including corporal punishment among her arsenal. The woman running this establishment has very definite ideas about how a young lad such as himself might best be treated - and it wouldn't be to his taste.
Note: This is a very adult novel, exploring such controversial themes as the enforced reassignment of sexual preference, in addition to the obvious fem-dom overtones. The tale involves the domination and corporal punishment of both a young lad and a young girl - both in their late teens - at the hands of a dominant woman and includes elements of uniform fetishism including girdles and stockings and so on, in addition to the obvious.< Less
The twenty six members of the Queer Imaging & Riting Kollective for elders (Quirk-e) chronicle their journey from no rights to civil rights in this, their sixth anthology. For further information... More > or to order more copies visit us at
Every brave voice deserves a hearing. If you have ever felt you have been targeted as ‘the other,’ ever felt abandoned, mocked for being different, here are individual voices that may connect with you.
—Wayson Choy, author of The Jade Peony< Less