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ABO Comix: A Queer Prisoners Anthology #2 ABO Comix
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781642541953
ABO Comix Edition II is the sequel anthology to our first comic book of stories created by queer and trans prisoners detailing life on the inside. We are featuring comics from many of our Edition I contributors, as well as new artists. The ABO Comix anthology is a raw, authentic look into prison life from a queer perspective. This book features accomplished cartoonists and first time doodlers in an effort to amplify the voices of all LGBTQ prisoners we are able. Proceeds from this anthology go back to the contributors so that they can access commissary & gender affirming items, healthcare and legal support.
Eve's Mission Steve Shanley
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
Set in the late 2050s, decades after the USA has split into three separate nations. Eve lives in Mississippi, part of the Christian-governed Free States of America. Only her and a handful of other girls have resisted the pressure to stop academics before high school. Most go to "Ladies School" instead where they learn how to be a good wife and mother as the bible prescribes. With her brother destined for greatness, Eve needs to make her mark somehow. Evangelism is seen as God's work so saving sinners from the godless immorality in the United States would definitely turn some heads. Then there's the Secular States in New England. The Christian Coalition government is sure to sensor wha ...
Takes An Uprising: A Memoir in Lesbian Parables Patricia Jackson
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
Takes An Uprising: A Memoir in Lesbian Parables, reflects my years from a closeted schoolteacher in the early’60s to today, out and still active at 76. In 1964, a psychiatrist diagnosed me as a paranoid schizophrenic because as a woman, I confessed loving another woman. He then recommended self-commitment to a mental institution. I sat alone in his office and fell into those deeply buried feelings of not being normal. It would be another decade before the American Psychiatric Association (APA) took homosexuality off its list of mental disorders. My journey out of internalized homophobia and into pride and defiance evolved the way people often come into our own, through activism in move ...
The Epidemic: Living With HIV in the 21st Century Isaac D. Joseph
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$9.99
Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781521759714
From the beginning of the AIDS crisis to current times, The Epidemic: Living with HIV in the 21st Century depicts the stories and lives of people living with HIV/AIDS and how they dealt with the stigma and discrimination that comes along with being a person living with HIV/AIDS as well how they battled or succumbed to the issues that affect people living with HIV/AIDS such as ostracism, loneliness, depression, suicide, and substance abuse. These stories also explore different issues related to being HIV positive such as pregnancy, lack of HIV/AIDS education, teenage HIV, women and HIV, LGBT homeless youth, HIV/AIDS treatment, being born with HIV, injection drug use, heterosexuals and HIV ...