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After The Fall By Naomi De'Gebttlin
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In the year 1587, after her kidnap and fall from high society Lady Lyfelde soon learns that life is never fair, but it is eventful. Her loathsome captor, a young lady assassin who goes by the name of... More > Fyneux, took the contract for the Lady’s kidnap from a young Count of Moscovy who is already enamoured by the Lady. The journey for the two starts rough, and can only continue as such when captor and captive find themselves on a long and uncooperative journey across a continent with dangers and adventure lurking around every corner... including an adventure the two women could have never imagined, closer to one another.< Less
Cliterature By Valerie Moran
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Cliterature The Lesbian Kama Sutra, Second Edition is a revised novel that addresses LGBT sex in a humorous and insightful way. It also serves as an instructional tool for those interested in lesbian... More > sex. A must have!< Less
The Struggle of a Gay Teen in the South By Jacob Breed
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The life of a gay teen growing up in a small town in Tennessee.
DRAG QUEEN GUIDE, So you want to be a Female Impersonator By Infamous Todd Kachinski Kottmeier
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No person in LGBT history created more books on the craft of male and female impersonation than Todd Kachinski Kottmeier, truly the drag historian. The library of resource books, written by thousands... More > of performers around the world, garnered eleven world records and broke ground on topics as widespread as mentoring to the steps to winning a crown. The Official Drag Handbook, The Forum, Crown Me!, Drag Bully, Drag Parents, Drag Stories, Joey Brooks, The Show Must Go On, Best Said Dead, Following Wynter, Dirty Little Secrets, Turn Around Bright Eyes, The Hunt for The Drag Queen Killer and Second Ovation carry his name on the title. The DRAG GUIDE is a two-book set by over 350 performers, divided faintly into book one for Kings, book two for Queens. The name, “Drag,” marginally used is the most common phrase accepted by the most amount of entertainers. A term the contributors voted en masse, though the title also uses the softer and more appropriate term of impersonator.< Less