By Mary Louisa Plummer,Daniel Wight
By Robert J. Rubel PhD
By Douglas Weiss
By Kaleigh Trace
This is a intercourse publication. It’s a ebook approximately having intercourse on your own, with one individual, or with twenty humans if everyone seems to be down. It’s approximately announcing phrases like cunt, fuck, and are available. yet it’s additionally in regards to the issues we don’t speak about—the secret, the expectancies, and the bullshit which may go together with sex.
Kaleigh Trace—disabled, queer, intercourse educator—chronicles her trip from lack of knowledge to bliss as she shamelessly discusses her sexual exploits, physically negotiations and makes an attempt at maturity, sparing not one of the info and assuming you're not well mannered company.
By Jeff Brown
By Marie-Noëlle Schurmans,Loraine Dominicé
By Elisha Kolade
This outstanding e-book delves into the intricacies of scuffling with the best way out of a pornography dependancy. Elisha Kolade dissects many of the demanding situations and battles that come opposed to the liberty from Pornography. utilizing the be aware of God as a resource of empowerment and Jesus as his company starting place, Elisha forcefully broke his method out of this 14 yr habit with complete recovery of purity.
This guide appeals to the true matters in the back of sexual addictions, how they develop and take a carry yet eventually the way it will be damaged and set you in your pathway to freedom.
Join Elisha as you stroll in the direction of freedom and your lifestyles won't ever stay the same.
By Ellen D.B. Riggle,Sharon S. Rostosky
By Maria C. Sanchez,Linda Schlossberg
Passing for what you're not--whether it really is mulattos passing as white, Jews passing as Christian, or drag queens passing as women--can be a style of security or self-defense. however it can be a uniquely satisfying event, one who trades at the erotics of secrecy and revelation. it's accurately passing's radical playfulness, how it asks us to re-examine our assumptions and forces our so much adored fantasies of identification to self-destruct, that's centrally addressed in Passing: identification and Interpretation in Sexuality, Race, and Religion.
Identity in Western tradition is basically based round visibility, even if within the provider of technology (Victorian physiognomy), psychoanalysis (Lacan's replicate stage), or philosophy (the Panopticon). As such, it really is charged with anxieties concerning type and social demarcation. Passing wreaks havoc with permitted platforms of social attractiveness and cultural intelligibility, blurring the carefully-marked traces of race, gender, and class.
Bringing jointly theories of passing throughout a number of disciplines--from severe race thought and lesbian and homosexual experiences, to literary conception and spiritual studies--Passing complicates our present realizing of the visible and different types of identity.
Contributors: Michael Bronski, Karen McCarthy Brown, Bradley Epps, Judith Halberstam, Peter Hitchcock, Daniel Itzkovitz, Patrick O'Malley, Miriam Peskowitz, María C. Sánchez Linda Schlossberg, and Sharon Ullman.