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  • Tell me again how a crush should feelTell me again how a crush should feel

    Farizan, Sara, author.

    High school junior Leila's Persian heritage already makes her different from her classmates at Armstead Academy, and if word got out that she liked girls life would be twice as hard, but when a new girl, Saskia, shows up, Leila starts to take risks she never thought she would, especially when it looks as if the attraction between them is mutual, so she struggles to sort out her growing feelings by confiding in her old friends.

  • Pregnant Butch: Nine Months Spent in DragPregnant Butch: Nine Months Spent in Drag : A Graphic Memoir

    Summers, A.K.

    First pregnancy can be a fraught, uncomfortable experience for any woman, but for resolutely butch lesbian Teek Thomasson, it is exceptionally challenging: Teek identifies as a masculine woman in a world bent on associating pregnancy with a cult of uber-femininity. Teek wonders, “Can butches even get pregnant?”

    Of course, as she and her pragmatic femme girlfriend Vee discover, they can. But what happens when they do? Written and illustrated by A.K. Summers, and based on her own pregnancy, Pregnant Butch strives to depict this increasingly common, but still underrepresented experience of queer pregnancy with humor and complexity—from the question of whether suspenders count as legitimate maternity wear to the strains created by different views of pregnancy within a couple and finally to a culturally critical and compassionate interrogation of gender in pregnancy.

    Offering smart, ambitious art, this graphic memoir is a must-read for would-be pregnant butches and anyone interested in the intersection of birth and gender, as well as a perfect queer baby shower gift and conversation starter for those who always assumed they “got” being pregnant.

  • If you could be mineIf you could be mine : a novel

    Farizan, Sara, author.

    In Iran, where homosexuality is punishable by death, seventeen-year-olds Sahar and Nasrin love each other in secret until Nasrin's parents announce their daughter's arranged marriage and Sahar proposes a drastic solution.

  • More tales of the cityMore tales of the city

    Continuation of the saga of gay and straight heroes and heroines of 28 Barbary Lane, San Francisco.

  • Further tales of the cityFurther tales of the city

    Maupin, Armistead,.

    In the middle of the hippest city in America, the wild residents of 28 Barbary Lane, San Frncisco are living the hi-life to the fullest! Here you'll find the bohemian best: men and women, lovers and strangers, Gay and straight, all of them ready to help each other out of a jam with a quick laugh and some good (though not always legal) advice.

  • Exile and prideExile and pride disability, queerness and liberation

    Clare, Eli

  • Flesh GordonFlesh Gordon

    This is a straight sex-heavy spoof of science fiction.

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