Friday , 25 July 2014

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Between Love & Goodbye

What could possibly go wrong between two committed young gay men when the transgender ex-prostitute sister of one of them moves in, and the other marries a lesbian to avoid deport ...

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Oh the Things Mommies Do! What Could Be Better Than Having Two?

This vibrant, rhyming children's book drawn from the spirit of Heather Has Two Mommies is sure to draw the ire of fundamentalist nay-sayers who will likely rant that it threatens ...

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The New Twenty

Nicole Bilderback (Bring It On) took the Los Angeles Outfest's Outstanding Actress award for her role in this tale examining friendships among gay and straight 20-something New Yo ...

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Between XX and YY: Intersexuality and the Myth of Two Sexes

Between XX and XY is a compromise of a book. Genetic variation is explained so that any literate layperson can understand it. A very few stories remind us of the struggles faced b ...

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Postnationalism in Chicana/o Literature and Culture

Ellie Hernández gives the reader a new viewpoint on the interaction of feminism, the LGBT civil rights movement, and Chicana/o cultural endeavors. Written by a scholar for scholar ...

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Drama Queers!

In this sparkling follow-up to Band Fags, which saw closeted Jack and devil-may-care best friend Brad split up, we get Brad's account of their senior year at a high school in a De ...

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Gertrude Is Gertrude Is Gertrude Is Gertrude

Yes, really, this is a children's book about Gertrude Stein and her friends. Written in a style reminiscent of Stein and illustrated a la a young Picasso, this book makes the most ...

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Object of Desire

Danny is having a midlife crisis. He still grieves the disappearance of his sister when they were teenagers, and he's not convinced that his partner of 20 years truly desires him. ...

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Cool and Unusual

Maybe it's a taste thing. Cinemad: Almanac 2009 is curated by Cinemad Magazine founder Mike Plante, and commemorates the magazine's 10th anniversary of “covering unusual films and ...

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Blue Boy

Kiran is a young Indian boy growing up in Cleveland. An only son, he bears the mammoth social expectations of his family and his culture. His love of makeup, dolls, and the arts w ...

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