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Kim

By: Harlow, Kim; Bettina Rheims; Paul Gould, translator

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Munich, Gina Kehayoff Verlag: 1994

Edition: First Ed.

Seller ID: 2872

Condition: Very Good


Wraps, 16.5 by 25 cm, 54 pp., 22 black and white photographs. Very good with light cover wear and faint yellowing around the edges. Poignant and intimate journals by trans woman Kim Harlow, including her sex reassignment surgery. Includes 21 full-page photos by French photographer Bettina Rheims. “Kim Harlow wasn’t able to finish her story. Her last lines are about a friend of hers who fell to AIDS. And it was that illness which cut short this work, her work. She entrusted those close to her to finish, fully aware that her days were numbered. We put together her notes, tape-recorded an... View more info

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Los Angeles Queer Resistance Issues No. 1, 2, and 3

By: LAQR Collective

Price: $45.00

Publisher: Los Angeles, LAQR Collective: nd [c. 2012-13]

Seller ID: 2740

Condition: Near Fine


Staple-bound, self-wraps, approx. 14 by 21.5 cm, 32, 36, and 48 pp., illus. Near fine but for a 4 cm edge tear on leaf 6/7 of issue one. The LAQR is, in their words, “a Los Angeles-based collective of queer folx who are ‘zinesters, workshoppers, artists, poets, and guest speakers. We collectively utilize our talents to challenge heteronormativity, resist homonormativity, and build safer spaces that empower intersectional queers.” The first three issues of this zine include articles on “liberation versus assimilation,” “WTF is QuEEr,” Pussyriot, “On Thinking About Privilege,... View more info

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Campus Crusade Against VD

By: Woolsey, Raymond H., ed.

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Washington DC, Review and Herald Publishing Association: 1973

Seller ID: 2758

Condition: Very Good


Staple-bound wraps, 21.3 by 28.5 cm, 36 pp. (inlcd. wraps), illus. Light edge and corner wear, minor creases along the spine, and two tiny stains near the top edge of the front cover. This very ‘70s booklet is full of stats, “studies,” and horror stories about venereal diseases. Its morality plays and graphic images are as much a lure to Jesus as a warning against syphilis and gonorrhea. Amid the pseudo-psychedelic graphics, we find the best way to avoid VD is not to have pre-marital sex, not to drink, and not to be gay. They use uncited studies to support spurious theories that in... View more info