Male, men, manhood
London: Tiffany & Co., undated, perhaps 1970s. Paperback. Unpaginated, display of over one hundred "plates", i.e. buckles with caption descriptions, b&w exhibit photography on glossy coated paper, softbound in 8x6 inch decorated wraps; slightly edgeworn but very good exterior, clean within and marked only with a bookseller's unerasable pencilling; but...
Berkeley: The Men's Center, 1976. 8p. on 4 8.5x11 inch mimeographed sheets, calendar of events on cover, drawings, reports, minutes of the previous month's meeting, mild wear, stapled upper left corner. Spoof article on a new intra-penal contraceptive device with drawing reprinted from The Periodical Lunch out of Ann Arbor. Ouch!
Oakland: Hotties of Harm Reduction, . Wall calendar, 8.5x11 inches when closed, featuring black and white nude (but discreet) photos of harm reduction activists. Scratch to front cover, otherwise very good. Intended to raise money for the organization, and "to combat lookism by presenting a wide variety of people as...
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.
Santa Cruz: Monterey Bay Men's Network, 1992. [8p] includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, reports, news, opinion, events, services and resources, photos, ads, very good newsletter in loose folded sheets with yellow cover. Mainly targeting straight men facing their sexism, homophobia and racism.