Category: LGBTQ, Gender Identity


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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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Original Plumbing: Trans Male Quarterly, Issue Ten, Fall 2012, The Jock Issue [OP]

By: Kayiatos, Rocco; Amos Mac, eds.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Brooklyn, Original Plumbing: Issue 10, Fall 2012

Seller ID: 2978

Condition: Very Good

Staple-bound wraps, 13.8 by 20.3 cm, 54 pp., full-color. Very good with minor cover wear, a small crease to the upper corner of the front cover, and a small wrinkle on the back cover. The tenth issue of this influential trans male quarterly with pieces by T. Cooper, Keelin Godsey, Josh Klipp, Cooper Lee Bombardier, Nico Amador & Jacsen Callanan, and Ray Ray, and features on basketballer Kye Allums, triathlete Chris Mosier, bodybuilder Lee, rugby player Ali, and P.E. teacher Jesse. View more info

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Los Angeles Queer Resistance Issue No. 3 [LGBTQ Zine]

By: LAQR Collective

Price: $10.00

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

Seller ID: 3147

Condition: Near Fine

Staple-bound, self-wraps, approx. 14 by 21.5 cm, [48] pp. incld. wraps, illus. Near fine. 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 “What About Sex?” issue with articles on “BDSM: Of Giggles and Pinwheels,” the politics of sex, getting consent, queer polyamorous love, poetry, book reviews, and much more. View more info

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The Star

By: Stellar, Stanley; John Dowd

Price: $80.00

Publisher: New York, The Star (Stellar and Dowd): nd

Seller ID: 3001

Condition: Good +

Not dated but circa 1970, give or take. Tabloid format on newsprint, 29 by 28.5 cm, [24] pp., illus. Yellowed with light edge wear and a faint center fold. The paper is a bit brittle at the spine crease with small tears and chipping. Other than some very basic publication and subscription information this work contains no text, only a series of collages and images that juxtapose photos of the Rolling Stones and other contemporary figures with images of politics, religion, and consumerism. Stanley Stellar is a well-known photographer credited with documenting the New York gay community over... View more info