Books in category Social Science – Gay Studies

  • Harvard Law Review Volume 127 Number 6 April 2014

    Harvard Law Review: Volume 127, Number 6 – April 2014
    Harvard Law Review

    The Review is a student-run organization whose primary purpose is to publish a journal of legal scholarship. The organization is formally independent of the Harvard Law School.

  • Femme

    Laura Harris, Elizabeth Crocker

    Femme seeks to redress the ways that femme identities have been elided, idealized, or not fully historicized in a productive reconsideration of lesbian and butch-femme history, of feminism, and of queer thought.

  • Male Male Intimacy in Early America

    Male-Male Intimacy in Early America
    William E Benemann

    He recognizes that men have been sexually attracted to other men throughout American history, and in this book, examines their historical options for expressing that attraction.

  • Breaking the Surface

    Breaking the Surface
    Greg Louganis, Eric Marcus

    His triumph at the 1988 Olympics came several months after he tested positive for HIV. This is the haunting, searingly candid story of the world's greatest diver. This new edition includes a new foreword.

  • Bisexuality and Transgenderism

    Bisexuality and Transgenderism
    Jonathan Alexander, Karen Yescavage

    Here is a sample of what Bisexuality and Transgenderism: InterSEXions of the Others examines: biphobia and transphobia within the United States' gay and lesbian community the bi/trans and subversive aspects of the works and images of …

  • Instead of Solitaire

    Instead of Solitaire
    Dennis Doph

    INSTEAD OF SOLITAIRE is the end result of a life spent exhausting the possibilities of being big, male, smart and beautiful. Following is a Q&A with DENNIS DOPH the poet who made it happen. What is the reason for "Instead of Solitaire"?

  • Gay People Sex and the Media

    Gay People, Sex, and the Media
    Michelle Andrea Wolf, Alfred P. Kielwasser

    Here is a provocative book that examines precisely how and why mass communication has an impact upon the sexual realities of our lives.

  • Looking Like what You are

    Looking Like what You are
    Lisa Walker

    Helen Heran Jun explores how the history of U.S. citizenship has positioned Asian Americans and African Americans in interlocking socio-political relationships since the mid nineteenth century.

  • O Au No Keia

    O Au No Keia
    Andrew Matzner

    This book is an anthology of spoken narratives collected from male-to-female transgendered people who live on the island of O‘ahu.

  • Representing Bisexualities

    Representing Bisexualities
    Donald E. Hall, Maria Pramaggiore

    Each author contributes to the collection a unique view of sexual fluidity and transgressive desire. Taken together, these essays provide the most comprehensive bisexual theory reader to date.

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