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Going Home

Author: Max Vos
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781502846570
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Journalist Carter Roberts was required to interview Carl Foltz and Matt Evans for an article on their lives. It was not an assignment he relished: he just wanted to get there, get it done and get out. Thinking about the subject matter made his stomach churn. The interview reveals as much about himself as about the two men, and for the first time, Carter learns what a real home feels like. He never would have expected that meeting the two men would change his way of thinking - and his life - forever.

Unprison

Author: Yamila Abraham
Publisher: Yaoi Press
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A scrawny Princeton freshman gets sent to prison where he becomes the property of a powerful yet compassionate inmate. For adults only.

The Pink And The Black

Author: Frédéric Martel
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 9780804732741
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[While acknowledging that the development of France's homosexual communities was influenced by America, Martel highlights the differences arising from the fact that homosexuality has not been criminalised in France as in the United States] -- back cover.

The Dictionary Of Homophobia

Author: Louis-Georges Tin
Publisher: arsenal pulp press
ISBN: 1551523140
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"Tin's Dictionary of Homophobia is so sweeping in its scope that one can dip into it again and again and learn something, or confront an idea in which even the most well-read queer will find fresh intellectual nourishment and historical illumination."—Gay City News Based on the work of seventy researchers in fifteen countries, The Dictionary of Homophobia is a mammoth, encyclopedic book that documents the history of homosexuality, and various cultural responses to it, in all regions of the world: a masterful, engaged, and wholly relevant study that traces the political and social emancipation of a culture. The book is the first English translation of Dictionnaire de L’Homophobie, published in France in 2003 to worldwide acclaim; its editor, Louis-Georges Tin, launched the first International Day Against Homophobia in 2005, now celebrated in more than fifty countries around the world. The Dictionary of Homophobia includes over 175 essays on various aspects of gay rights and homophobia as experienced in all regions in Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, and the South Pacific, from the earliest epochs to present day. Subjects include religious and ideological forces such as the Bible, Communism, Judaism, Hinduism, and Islam; historical subjects, events, and personalities such as AIDS, Stonewall, J. Edgar Hoover, Matthew Shepard, Oscar Wilde, Pat Buchanan, Joseph McCarthy, Pope John Paul II, and Anita Bryant; and other topics such as coming out, adoption, deportation, ex-gays, lesbiphobia, and bi-phobia. In a world where gay marriage remains a hot-button political issue, and where adults and even teens are still being executed by authorities for the “crime” of homosexuality, The Dictionary of Homophobia is a both a revealing and necessary history lesson for us all.

Gossip Sexuality And Scandal In France 1610 1715

Author: Nicholas Hammond
Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated
ISBN: 9783034307062
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This volume is the first book-length study devoted to gossip in early modern France. Whereas many works that focus on other countries and periods have concentrated on the relationship between gossip and women, none has explored the crucial link between gossip and same-sex desire. Using material that has never been published before and touching on different social spheres, from valets to the immediate circle of Louis XIV, the author reveals a world radically different from the traditional image of France under the reigns of Louis XIII and Louis XIV. An in-depth analysis of the theory and practice of gossip is followed by an examination of songs, poems, memoirs, letters and anecdotes from the time, bringing the milieu of what was known as 'the Italian vice' vividly to life. The book concludes by bringing these insights on gossip to a refreshing new reading of one of the period's groundbreaking novels, Marie-Madeleine de Lafayette's La Princesse de Cl�ves.

Hell Has No Limits

Author: José Donoso
Publisher: Green Integer Books
ISBN: 9781892295149
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A reprint of the powerful novel by Chilean writers, José Donoso.

Netter S Anatomy Flash Cards

Author: John T. Hansen
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 0323295436
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Each flashcard features a full-color illustration from Netter's Atlas of Human Anatomy, 5th Edition, with numbered lines pointing to key structures. This is followed by, concise text which identifies those structures and reviews relevant anatomical information and clinical correlations. Online access at studentconsult.com lets you further test your knowledge with additional "bonus" cards.

Holding The Man

Author: Tommy Murphy
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ISBN: 9781848421080
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Based on the much loved book by Timothy Conigrave, adapted for the stage by one of Australia’s leading young playwrights.