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[Los Angeles?]: [Athletic Model Guild], 1963. Magazine. 68p. including covers, 8.5x11 inches, color centerfold and 24 color physique photos plus many more in b&w, mild wear, back cover contains 16 color thumbnail photos of the Guild models designed for clipping, stapled pictorial wraps. Debut issue of photographer Mizer's new physique.....
London / Albany NY: Hutchinson / State University of New York Press, 1987. 424p., illustrated with line maps, tables and stats, softbound in 8.5x5 inch glossy photodecorated wraps; mildest edgewear, text paperstock a little toned throughout, a good to very good copy: sound, clean and unmarked.
San Francisco: MOVE: Men Overcoming Violence, no date. Single 8.5x11 inch handbill or window-card printed on one-side-only with a nighttime view of the Castro Theatre Marquee lit up and a MUNI bus out front, on heavy stock, very good condition. Organization formed in SF in 1981 to address violence by.....
Lexington, MA: The Lewis Pub. Co., 1982. Paperback. [176p] introduction, biographical sketches with stats and photos followed by a list of places one might cross paths with these hunks and several pages of blank notes, ownership name in ink else very good first edition paperback in decorative wraps. Includes the.....
no place: NABWMT, 2007. [10p] 8.5x11 inches, preface, photo of the group, board of directors, co-chairs' message, financial development committee, BMI report, board approved budget for 2006-2007, directors reports, tables, very good report,, sheets stapled to heavy white printed covers at top-left corner.
Berkeley: Brother, 1976. Magazine. 48p., 8x11 inches, staplebound wraps; paper toned, cover has a small corner chip, otherwise very good. Combines radical politics with sexual liberation, including gay liberation. Articles on a visit to Cuba, Ruchell Magee in prison, Machismo, Imperialism, Gay Men at Work.
Berkeley: Brother, 1976. Magazine. 48p., 8.x11 inches, staplebound wraps; paper toned, cover has creases and edgewear; a decent reading copy. Combines radical politics with sexual liberation, including gay liberation. Articles on a visit to Cuba, Ruchell Magee in prison, Machismo, Imperialism, Gay Men at Work.
Bethesda MD: American Medical Association, 1963. Offprint on coated paperstock, approximately eleven pages of text softbound in 10x7 inch stapled self-wraps; staples slightly rusty, leaves somewhat crimped, a good copy which the lead author, Offenkrantz, has inscribed and signed (as Bill O.)across the top cover margin. Titling suggests there was.....
Norfolk: Donning / Starblaze, 1982. Paperback. [iii] 101p., introduction, conclusion, bibliography, stain on fore edges else good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. A eugenics answer to all the world's social ills from war to homosexuality: limit the birth of males to one male per ten females. (The author.....
Portland, OR: The Resource Center, March, 1977. Six-panel brochure folded to3.75x8.5 inches, office and committee reports, films, publications, special events, community outreach, conferences etc., mild staining and wear otherwise good on light-gray stock. This report describes the third year's activities of the anti-sexist men's organization founded in March 1974. Mainly.....
Flensburg: Carl Stephenson Verlag, 1988. Paperback. 64p., 9x11.5 inches, texts in German, profusely illustrated with explicit and graphic color illustrations and photos of circumcision in men and genital mutilation in women, very good first edition paperback in plain brown wraps. Three copies located in OCLC as of 6/2021.
New York: Univers, 2000. Hardcover. 160p., 6.5x10.5 inches, introduction, index, profusely illustrated with mostly color plates depicting Hollywood Hunks and major stars ...well...shirtless! (Captain Kirk is surprisingly not to be found!); head of spine has a small bump, else very good second printing in original pictorial boards.
New York: Univers, 2000. Hardcover. 160p., 6.5x10.5 inches, introduction, index, profusely illustrated with mostly color plates depicting Hollywood Hunks and major stars ...well...shirtless! (Captain Kirk is surprisingly not to be found!) signed in marker on title page, very good first edition in original pictorial boards.
New York: MindGlow Media, 2007. Paperback. 53p., memoir, very good first edition vanity press trade paperback illustrated with author's color photos, white pictorial wraps. New Zealand film maker meets a young orphan boy in arctic Siberia and becomes his surrogate 'father', taking him back to the South Pacific.
New York: Banner Magazines, 1958. Magazine. 92p. includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, fiction, articles, photos, b&w and full-color illustrations, very good men's adventure magazine in color pictorial wraps. Very camp action cover illustration by Marchetti. The term "Queer" here denotes men who would fit in to "Kelly's Heroes" squad, but very.....