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Sacramento: California Commission on the Status of Women, 1977-1980. Magazine. 8 issue broken run newsletter, various pagination, 8.5x11 inches, mostly stapled wraps, some with 3-hole punch along spine otherwise very good condition. Issue numbers included: April, 1977; Oct/Nov.1978; Jan/Feb, Mar/April, May/Jun, Aug, Oct, 1979 and Dec. 1980.
Leeds, England: MASS, [1990-?]. 14p., small illustrations, poems, prose, photocopied in stapled blue pictorial wraps, minor edge soiling. A follow-up to the anti-patriarchal men's group's first booklet, "Sex and men." Angst-ridden poetry and prose discussing male relations with women and with each other.
Augusta, ME: OIGS, . Four panek brochure folded to 5.5x8.5 inches, history and mission statement of the organization, history of Fantasy Fair, info on GARP and the Journal of Gender Studies, educational videos, resources and services, very good on peach stock. Transgender organization.
[Portland, OR]: [201-]. [84p] 5.5x8.5 inches, color-laser-jet printed 'zine, heavily-illustrated with found and vintage photos and art, cut-up style texts, unbound. Lengthy discussion of Femme identity in the context of gender theory. Personal experiences cited; notes working in Portland on one page.
New Delhi: Kali for Women, 1991. Paperback. xi, 254p., illustrated with tables and statistics, softbound in 8.5x5.5 inch coated decorated wraps. Paperstock faintly toned, a New Delhi bookshop fiche inside cover, an almost as-new copy, completely sound, clean and unmarked. Women and the household in Asia, vol 2. Series editor.....
Tokyo: Bukkumansha ブックマン社, 2002. Paperback. 220p., text in Japanese, illustrated with photos, very good paperback in pictorial wraps;. Author is a professional motor-boat racer, born in Osaka. The book explains the author’s early sense of being male in spite of being born biologically female and traces his successful attempt to.....
Madison: University YMCA Community Center, 1993. Magazine. 72p., 8.5x10.75 inches, features, essays, reviews, illustrations, wraps worn, old price sticker on front wrap else very good magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Formerly known as "M. gentle men for gender justice". Includes a special section on masculinity and mutliculturalism. Interview with Marlon.....