Almost all the episodes of 'Dykes To Watch Out For' trapped between two covers! This volume gathers together Bechdel's syndicated cartoon that chronicles the lives, loves and politics of a brilliantly imagined countercultural band of friends in a midsize American city.
This first book by Rae Spoon, a transgender indie singer-songwriter, is a candid, powerful story about a young person growing up queer in a strict Pentecostal family in Alberta, Canada... With a heart as big as the prairie sky, this is a quietly devastating, heart-wrenching coming-of-age book about escaping dogma, surviving abuse, finding love, and...
“Isn't everything fabulous in this world just a little bit gay?”This truth is celebrated on every unique page for you to explore and color, made up of inked and framed line drawings with beautiful typography, reminiscent of a handsomely designed vintage children's alphabet book.
Power comes in many forms, and so does resistance. In Lieffe’s second book after Margins and Murmurations, time has moved on and the City is no longer a place where queer folk live in fear or face expulsion. The forest, once burned to flush out resistance fighters, is now a protected nature reserve.
This is the story of Ash, a trans woman and healer living in a corner of Europe controlled by a militarized state. Amid the economic crash of the 2020s, this land, once a hub of diversity, saw the rise of a state-imposed monoculture of gender, sexuality, ability and race. Those that didn’t fit, known as the divergents, were imprisoned, expelled or worse.
Stephie is 7 years old. She likes bugs, books and spaghetti. Her favourite thing to do is to stay up late and watch scary movies. Also, she's a girl... which should be pretty easy to understand, right? Well, not for her dad! He's been mistaking her for a boy since she was born and struggles to see her as who she is.
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The first collection of its kind, Eric A. Stanley and Nat Smith bring together current and former prisoners, activists, and academics to offer new ways for understanding how race, gender, ability, and sexuality are lived under the crushing weight of captivity.
How the law harms sex workers—and what they want insteadDo you have to think that prostitution is good to support sex worker rights? How do sex worker rights fit with feminist and anti-capitalist politics? Is criminalising clients progressive—and can the police deliver justice?
Written by and for trans and non-binary survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, Written on the Body offers support, guidance and hope for those who struggle to find safety at home, in the body, and other unwelcoming places.