Trans Sexual

Author: Jean Marie Stine
Publisher: Renaissance EBooks
ISBN: 1588731278
Size: 47.99 MB
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In Jean Marie Stine's Trans-Sexual, you will encounter, up-close and in your face, a parade of the polymorphous perverse: butches, femmes, tops, bottoms, leather folk, dyke-boys, sissy-men, drag kings, drag queens, transsexuals, the intersexed, androgynes and other gender queers. Read these ten "carnally satisfactory . ingenuous" stories (Asimov's) and your view of sexuality - especially your own - will never be the same! [Cover design: J. L. "Frankie" Hill]

Folk And Festival Costume

Author: R. Turner Wilcox
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486478718
Size: 12.19 MB
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A treasury of ethnic dress, this book ranges from the Amish of Pennsylvania to the Zulu of South Africa. Alphabetical entries cover more than 150 countries and regions, each represented by six or more illustrations. Six hundred drawings include images of men, women, and children. Captions describe the costumes and their associated traditions.

The English Folk Play

Author: E. K. Chambers
Publisher: Read Books Ltd
ISBN: 1473382092
Size: 49.52 MB
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The folk play holds a unique place in English history and has a fascinating history all of its own. This is a wonderful guide for anybody with an interest in this ancient form of performance, with step by step instructions for anybody wishing to recreate these beautiful plays.

God S Dog Memories Confessions Dreams Revelations Of A Modern Mystic

Author: William Schindler
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1312576669
Size: 64.16 MB
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This is the extraordinary true tale of a middle-class, gay American's path to encounters with the Great Mystery that is God/dess/Self. The way to the Great Unknown was intricately intertwined with his humanity with all its foibles, and with human relationships. Therefore this story has to include those relationships, revealing ultimately how a one's personal identity and relationships become vehicles for enlightenment. This inspiring account of struggle, travel to exotic lands, suffering, and transcendence holds out hope for anyone who has ever felt outcaste, broken, or unworthy, demonstrating for our modern times that enlightenment lies within reach of us all.

Making Witches

Author: Barbara Rieti
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
ISBN: 0773577939
Size: 75.60 MB
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Drawing from her own interviews and a wealth of material from the Memorial University Folklore and Language Archive, Barbara Rieti explores the range and depth of Newfoundland witch tradition, looking at why certain people acquired reputations as witches, and why others considered themselves bewitched. The tales that emerge - despite their seemingly fantastic elements of spells and black heart books, hags, and healing charms - concern everyday affairs and reveal the intense social interdependence central to outport life. Frequently featuring women, they provide fascinating new perspectives on female coping strategies in a volatile economy.

Virginia Folk Legends

Author: Thomas E. Barden
Publisher: University of Virginia Press
ISBN: 9780813913353
Size: 22.28 MB
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Presents a collection of legends and tales that were gathered by field workers of the Virginia Writers' Project of the WPA.

Poor Folk In Spain

Author: Cora Gordon
Publisher: Library of Alexandria
ISBN: 1465551697
Size: 13.47 MB
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