Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Studies
The Ultimate Guide To Pregnancy For Lesbians
How To Stay Sane And Care For Yourself From Preconception Through Birth
2nd Edition Paperback ISBN: 157344216x
The Ultimate Guide to Pregnancy for Lesbians covers everything you need to make the thrilling and challenging journey to motherhood: from choosing a donor to tracking fertility to signing the right papers on the dotted lines. Rachel Pepper's lively, easy-to-read guide is the first place to go for up-to-date information and sage advice on everything from sex in the sixth month to negotiating family roles. Why a second edition? When the acclaimed first edition appeared, the author's daughter was only a few months old. This new edition takes into account the parenting know-how Pepper has developed over the intervening six years, as well as the evolving legal status of lesbian parents, and the increasing importance of the Internet for information on fertility, sperm banks, and donors. The resource section is greatly expanded, as are the sections on each trimester of pregnancy, on childbirth, and on life with a newborn. And Pepper provides more insight into preconception planning for both single lesbians and couples. An indispensable resource, The Ultimate Guide to Pregnancy for Lesbians is now bigger and better.
The Gay Metropolis
1st Edition Paperback ISBN: 0156006170
An entertaining and informative social and political history of modern gay life focuses on New York City, describing the growth of the gay rights movement and offering profiles of prominent gay figures since the end of World War II. Reprint. 60,000 first printing. $75,000 ad/promo. Tour.
Before Night Falls
Paperback ISBN: 0140157654
The shocking memoir by visionary Cuban writer Reinaldo Arenas "is a book above all about being free," said The New York Review of Books--sexually, politically, artistically. Arenas recounts a stunning odyssey from his poverty-stricken childhood in rural Cuba and his adolescence as a rebel fighting for Castro, through his supression as a writer, imprisonment as a homosexual, his flight from Cuba via the Mariel boat lift, and his subsequent life and the events leading to his death in New York. In what The Miami Herald calls his "deathbed ode to eroticism," Arenas breaks through the code of secrecy and silence that protects the privileged in a state where homosexuality is a political crime. Recorded in simple, straightforward prose, this is the true story of the Kafkaesque life and world re-created in the author's acclaimed novels.
Transexual Ceos, Crossdressing Cops, and Hermaphrodites With Attitude
Paperback ISBN: 140003244x
The psycholtherapist and critically acclaimed author of A Blind Man Can See How Much I Love You offers a thought-provoking study of individuals whose lives fall outside the parameters of "normal" definitions of gender, sex, and identity. Reprint. 17,500 first printing.
The Day They Put a Tax on Rainbows
Hardcover ISBN: 1555832016
Clara is given a magic ring which grants wishes with unforeseen consequences, three brothers learn about a treasure, and Peter stops a bored and greedy king from taxing rainbows, in three modern fairy tales about the children of gay parents
Dude, You're a Fag
Masculinity and Sexuality in High School
Paperback ISBN: 0520252306
A perceptive ethnographic study explores the complex issues of gender identity and sexuality in high school, in a study based on eighteen months of fieldwork in a racially diverse working-class high school, looking at the definition of masculinity in terms of both a field of meaning and as a set of social practices. Simultaneous.
Same-Sex Unions in Premodern Europe
Paperback ISBN: 0679751645
Both highly praised and intensely controversial, this brilliant book produces dramatic evidence that at one time the Catholic and Eastern Orthodox churches not only sanctioned unions between partners of the same sex, but sanctified them--in ceremonies strikingly similar to heterosexual marriage ceremonies.
As Nature Made Him
The Boy Who Was Raised As a Girl
Paperback ISBN: 0060929596
The heart-breaking and much-contested case of a boy who was surgically altered at birth to live as woman re-interprets a case that was initially hailed as proof that gender is culturally conditioned. Reprint. 50,000 first printing.